|Editor:||Gopal Gupta, College of Idaho||Internet Edition Editor:||Chad Bauman, Butler University||Book Review Editor:||Katherine Zubko, UNC Asheville|
The Journal of Hindu-Christian Studies is an annual scholarly journal published at the University of Notre Dame, and is the official publication of the Society for Hindu-Christian Studies. The internet edition is provided by Butler University. For more on the aims and scope of the journal, see About this Journal.
Back issues are available for free download. The most recent two volumes are embargoed and available here only to subscribers (click here to subscribe). Subscribing institutions can get access for those on their network by supplying their institution's IP range. Individuals living and working in India can request a password for free access to the embargoed volumes by contacting the Internet Edition Editor, .
Current Volume: Volume 30 (2017) Yoga and God: Hindu and Christian Perspectives
Devotion and Discipline: Christian Yoga and the Yoga of T. Krishnamacharya
Some Thoughts on God and Spiritual Practice in Yoga and Christianity
Theōsis: A Comparative Study of T. F. Torrance and Rāmānuja
Buddha, Bhakti, and Brahman: Sebastian Kappen S.J.’s Dialogue with Indian Religions
Mathew Thekkemuriyil Antony and Idesbald Goddeeris
Book Review: The Gender of Caste: Representing Dalits in Print
Claire C. Robison
Book Review: Caste, Gender, and Christianity in Colonial India: Telugu Women in Mission
Kerry P. C. San Chirico
Book Review: Dancing Bodies of Devotion: Fluid Gestures in Bharata Natyam
Michelle Voss Roberts