Journal Pantheon

Mission Statement

Founded in 2006, Pantheon is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal focused on the academic study of religions. Its main aim is to create a platform for scholarly exchange not only within the Czech Republic, but internationally, and to promote research and international discussion of scholars from countries where the study of religions as a discipline plays an important role among the humanities.

The journal structure consists of articles, news and reports and book reviews. All articles are peer-reviewed usually twice and the process is double blind. The peer-reviewers are specialists in the field from various universities and academic institutions from the Czech Republic and abroad, and majority consists of external academic peers. Since 2009 the journal is issued twice a year, and since 2011 one issue has articles in English and the other in Czech, or some other Slavic languages (Polish and Slovak).

 

Databases:

  • The National Index of Peer-reviewed Scholarly Periodicals published in the Czech Republic (since 2010).
  • ERIH Plus (since 2015)

Since January 2014 the journal is under consideration of the Scopus database.

ISSN 1803-2443
MK ČR E 19563

Addresses for submissions:
martin.farek@upce.cz, zuzana.cerna@upce.cz, klapetek.martin@gmail.com

 

 

Publisher
University of Pardubice
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy
Studentská 95, Pardubice 532 10
Czech Republic 

 

Editorial Board and Board Members

Chief Editor: ass. prof. Martin Fárek (University of Pardubice)
Executive Editors: Mgr. Martin Klapetek, Ph.D. (University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice), Mgr. Zuzana Černá, Ph.D. (University of Pardubice)

 

Members
Kazimierz Banek (Jagiellonian University in Krakov, Poland); Luboš Bělka (Masaryk University, Czech Republic); Mary I. Bockover (Humboldt State University, Arcata, USA); Martin Fárek (University of Pardubice, Czech Republic); Zuzana Černá (University of Pardubice, Czech Republic); Henryk Hoffmann (Jagiellonian University in Krakov, Poland); Aleš Chalupa (Masaryk University, Czech Republic); Martin Klapetek (University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice); Milan Kováč (Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia); Attila Kovács (Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia); Miloš Mendel (Masaryk University, Czech Republic); Aleš Prázný (University of Pardubice, Czech Republic); Jan Stejskal (Palacký University in Olomouc, Czech Republic); Petr Skalník (University of Hradec Králové, Czech Republic); Bohuslav Šalanda (Charles University, Czech Republic); Pavel Titz (Charles University, Czech Republic); David Václavík (Masaryk University, Czech Republic); Jana Valtrová (Masaryk University, Czech Republic), David Zbíral (Masaryk University, Czech Republic).

Click to see Editorial Procedure

 

Contents of the last four issues

2016 - 11/1
2015 - 10/2
2015 - 10/1
2014 - 9/2

 

Guidelines for Contributors

We welcome original articles devoted to a variety of issues of the Academic Study of Religions. Articles must be neither previously published nor under consideration for publication elsewhere. All articles will be anonymously peer-reviewed usually by two experts in the author’s field of study. Based on reviews the editorial board makes the final decision about publishing of a text. Manuscripts have to follow The Chicago Manual of Style (Footnotes and Bibliography).

 

The deadline for submission of manuscripts: spring issue – by January / winter issue – by June.
Each submission has to include: Abstract in English (150-200 words); Footnotes; Title of an article in English; Contact address and E-mail address

 

Extent of Submissions
Articles (max. 10 000 words)
News and reports (about 1000 words)
Book reviews (about 1500 words)

 

Citation Examples
A: Books
Jeppe S. Jensen, The Study of Religion in a New Key (Aarhus: Aarhus University Press, 2003), 159–204.
Jensen, The Study of Religion, 45.

B: Book chapters
Armin W. Geertz, “Global Perspective on Methodology in the Study of Religion,” in Perspective on Method and Theory in the Study of Religion, ed. Armin W. Geertz and Russell T. McCutcheon (Leiden: Brill, 2000), 49–73.
Geertz, “Global Perspective,” 61.

C: Articles
Tim Murphy, “Religionswissenschaft as Colonialist Discourse: The Case of Rudolf Otto,” Temenos 1/43 (2007): 7–27.
Murphy, “Religionswissenschaft as,” 20.

 

Distribution
Journal Pantheon is issued twice a year (June / December). Orders can be made to the internet bookshop Kosmas or publishing house Nakladatelství Pavel Mervart.
Price for one number is 10 USD, 7 EUR.