Since its initiation in 1991, Studies in Spirituality has become a crucial international voice in the study of spirituality. The journal is published annually by the Titus Brandsma Institute.
The purpose of Studies in Spirituality is to publish academic and specialist articles on spirituality and mysticism, and thus promote spirituality as an academic discipline with a specific object and methodology – a discipline in continuous dialogue with other sciences that may assist in clarifying questions and problems in spirituality.
Since spirituality needs a multi-disciplinary approach, Studies in Spirituality covers a wide spectrum: theoretical questions about spirituality and mysticism; fundamental aspects and phenomena of spiritual transformation; important currents, periods and figures in the different spiritual traditions. The focus is on Judeo-Christian traditions mainly, although not exclusively.
Titus Brandsma Institute Nijmegen (Netherlands)
Prof. Dr. C.J. Waaijman
Dr. I.M.K. Bocken
Prof. Dr. A. Cacciotti, Pontifical University Antonianum Rome
Prof. Dr. M. Canévet, University of Strasbourg (Em.)
Prof. Dr. J. Dan, Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Em.)
Prof. Dr. E. Dreyer, Fairfield University
Prof. Dr. K. Egan, Saint Mary’s College Notre Dame (Em.)
Prof. Dr. R. Elior, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Prof. Dr. A. Geels, Lund University
Prof. Dr. J. Hogg, Salzburg University (Em.)
Prof. Dr. C. Kourie, University of South Africa Johannesburg (Em.)
Prof. Dr. B. McGinn, University of Chicago (Em.)
Prof. Dr. S. Schneiders, Jesuit School of Theology Berkeley
Prof. Dr. P. Sheldrake, Cambridge Theological Federation
Studies in Spirituality
Att. Wendy Litjens
Titus Brandsma Institute
NL-6525 HT Nijmegen
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For the forthcoming issue (28/2018) the deadline for incoming articles is closed. The next deadline for articles for issue 29/2019 is February 1, 2019.
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Below are the titles of the contributions Studies in Spirituality 28. There is also an overview of the summaries of all contributions.
Transforming Spirituality – Proceedings of the International Conference held at Soeterbeeck (the Netherlands) 6 and 7 May 2016
- Kees Waaijman, Introduction
- Rossano Zas Friz de Col, The Future of the Study of Spirituality
- Ben Schomakers, Transforming Mystical Theology – Reconstructing an Early Spiritual Trialogue: Plotinus, Proclus and Dionysius
- Janet K. Ruffing, The Praxis of Spirituality – Experiencing God and Responding to that Relationship
- Marc De Kesel, Spirituality & The Social – Some Reflections of the Basics
- David B. Perrin, Mimesis – The Substructure of Hermeneutical Methodology in Christian Spirituality
- Wilhelm Dupré, Primo es homo, secundo Christianus, deinde vocatus ad hoc vel illud – Some Remarks on the Imago Dei as Key tot he Unfolding of Being Human and Cultural
- Albrecht Classen, Mystical Literature fort he Modern Reader – Responses to a Dilemma and Pragmatic Suggestions fort he Teaching of Mysticism Today. With a Focus on Mechthild of Magdeburg
- Louisa van der Pol, Buzzing Up Towards the Choirs – The Theme of Gotes Geswîgen in C.O. Jellema’s Poem ‘De Tombe van Meister Eckhart’
- Dale M. Schlitt, Abbot Suger – A Trinitarian Space
- Chad Thralls, Urban Parks as Sacred Places – Pilgrimage, Loliturde, and Access to Nature
- Kieran Hayes, Merton and the Red Thread
- Reginald Alva, Embodiment & Spirituality – The Role of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal Movement in Promoting Spirituality through Embodiment
- Hannah Wortzman, The Daughters of Men and the Sons of God – Breaking the Boundaries between the Spiritual and the Divine
- Cullan Joyce, Cosmology, Worldview, and Attitude – A Discussion of Maximus the Confessor in Light of Mindfulness Meditation
- Casthelia Kartika, Origen on the Return of the Fallen Soul to God through the Interplay of Prayer and Scripture
- Frits Mertens & Beatrice van der Heijden, Spirituality at Work – Results from a Questionnaire among 765 Blue en White Collar Workers
- Book notices
- On the authors