Focus and Scope
The focus and scope of this study are studies on religious literature and heritage, including the studies of:
- 1. Classic religious manuscripts;
- 2. Contemporary religious manuscripts;
- 3. Religious history and society;
- 4. Religious archaeology;
- 5. Religious arts and culture of Nusantara and other related studies.
Since Vol. 21 No. 01 2024, the focus and scope of this study are studies on the Religious Literature of Nusantara/Indonesia and beyond, including:
- 1. Religious Books: Researching the historical development, textual analysis, and cultural significance of religious books.
- 2. Modern Literature: Examining traditional and contemporary literary works that encompass religious themes, analysing their significance and relevance.
- 3. Digital Literature: Exploring the impact of digital technologies on religious texts, examining new forms of digital religious literature, and studying the implications for interpretation and transmission.
This journal adopts a multidisciplinary approach, incorporating sociological, anthropological, ethnographical, hermeneutic, critical discourse analysis, post-modernism, linguistic, big data, content analysis and public policy methodologies. By engaging in these diverse perspectives, the journal seeks to contribute to a comprehensive understanding of the Religious Literature of Nusantara/Indonesia and beyond, fostering interdisciplinary dialogue and advancing knowledge in this field.