JRFM can be accessed via two different web services: http://unipub.uni-graz.at/jrfm/ (this site) offers full access without registration and further ado, but without the options to comment or to give feedback and without the option to receive notifications and updates. http://www.jrfm.eu/ additonally has detailed feedback and comment options; however, you will have to register to access the issues.
Call for papers, #5 - JRFM 3(2017)2: The fifth issue of JRFM (October 2017) will focus on "Using Media in Religious Studies: Strategies of Representing Religion in Scholarly Approaches" Please download the complete call HERE and submit your papers on www.jrfm.eu until February 28th, 2017.
Call for papers, #6 - JRFM 4(2018)1: The sixth issue of JRFM will focus on "Trauma, Memory and Religion - Representing Memories of Killing in Film". Please download the complete call HERE and submit your papers on www.jrfm.eu until November 28th, 2017.
Institut für Fundamentaltheologie
Heinrichstraße 78/B/I, 8010 Graz, Austria
Prof. Dr. Daria Pezzoli-Olgiati
ao. Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christian Wessely
+43 (0)316 380-6320
The JRFM is run by members of the universities of Graz (Austria), Munich (Germany), Hull (Great Britain), Marburg (Germany) and Villanova (USA) and the Fondazione Bruno Kessler (Italy).
Journal for Religion, Film and Media
JRFM is a peer-reviewed, open-access, online publication. It offers a platform for scholarly research in the broad field of religion and media, with a particular interest in audio-visual and interactive forms of communication. It engages with the challenges arising from the dynamic development of media technologies and their interaction with religion.
JRFM issues are published twice a year - one in April, one in November.
News: Daria Pezzoli-Olgiati now Professor at the University of Munich
We would like to congratulate our chief editor Daria Pezzoli-Olgiati on her appointment to a professorship for Religious Studies at the Ludwig-Maximilian-University of Munich. As a famous fellow in film business would have said: "Earned that, she has." Well deserved, Daria!