CFP: Religion and Digital Media

I have recently wrote some articles surveying the state of religion and digital media. Something that I noticing doing it is that there is a lot of work done in English, about English-speaking countries, and more in generally about Christianity and Europe/US. I really felt I needed to broaden my horizons to other contexts, such as South America.

I was thinking how to fix this when Dr. Marco Tulio de Sousa, a colleague from Brazil, came to me with a very interesting proposition to co-edit a multilingual special issue on Religion and Digital Media. I accepted immediatly and, together with France-based scholar Dr. Mihaela Alexandra Tudor, we will accept articles in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Italian.

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I’m not going to lie, this makes me quite excited and hopefully some of my readers will want to submit a paper, so I summarize here some information:

The special issue is called ““Media, religion and religiosities in the Age of Digitalization” and will appear in the Brazilian journal “Tropos: Communication, Culture and Society.”

We accept papers on a number of different topics, including digital religious practices; authority and communities in digital spaces; religion, politics and entertainment; gender, sexuality and religion; religious hate speech and conflicts; artificial intelligence and technology.

Full paper submission until December 2020 and publication in June 2021 after peer review.

You can find more info about the special issue here:

If you have questions, you can contact me (also by leaving a comment here) or write at

Here’s the call for papers in English:

CALL FOR PAPERS – Media, religion and religiosity in the digital age

Reading papers is one of my favourite things, so don’t be shy and submit 🙂


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