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The Journal of Yoga Studies (JoYS) is a peer-reviewed, open access e-journal committed to publishing the highest quality academic research and critical discussions on all topics related to the study of all forms of yoga, from ancient to contemporary, across multiple humanities and social sciences disciplines. Authors will retain copyright of their articles.
JoYS aims to serve the needs of this emerging field of study by offering a forum for reporting on research findings, discoveries, theoretical discussions and critical debates in the field, and for disseminating critical editions, translations, book reviews and other key reference materials.
As the ‘study of Yoga’ is a broad and varied subject, the scope of JoYS is inclusive of all forms of rigorous intellectual activity including but not limited to Religious Studies, Modern, Medieval and Classical History of South Asia, Indology, Philology, Philosophy, Anthropology, Sociology, Political Studies, Literature and Arts.
To start with, papers will be published on a rolling-basis throughout the year in electronic form only (downloadable PDF). A yearly collection of papers will form a single volume of JoYS. On occasion, a number of papers may be gathered together under a specific thematic heading (article sets).
The scope of JoYS is limited only by the expertise of its editors and peer-reviewers. Guest editors may be invited to oversee the production of a JoYS article set themed towards a specific topic or subject of interest.
JoYS published its two inaugural articles on 1st May 2018.
Elizabeth De Michelis: Senior Editor and Administration Manager
Jacqueline Hargreaves: Production Manager and Online Editor
BOOK REVIEWS EDITOR
Matylda Ciołkosz, Jagiellonian University, Kraków
Joseph Alter, Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh
Véronique Bouillier, Directrice de Recherche, Émérite (Anthropology), French National Centre for Scientific Research
Johannes Bronkhorst, Faculty of Arts, University of Lausanne
Gudrun Bühnemann, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dr. Sanjukta Gupta, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
Geoffrey Samuel, School of Religious and Theological Studies, Cardiff University
Dominik Wujastyk, Department of History and Classics, University of Alberta
Andrea Acri, Sciences Religieuses, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris
Christèle Barois, Department of South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies, University of Vienna
Kengo Harimoto, Mahidol University
Csaba Kiss, Department of Indian Studies, ELTE, Budapest
Philipp A. Maas, Institut für Indologie und Zentralasienwissenschaften, University of Leipzig
James Mallinson, School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics, SOAS University of London
Mark Singleton, School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics, SOAS University of London
Péter-Dániel Szántó, All Souls College, University of Oxford
Somadeva Vasudeva, Department of Indological Studies, Kyoto University
Dagmar Wujastyk, Department of South Asian, Tibetan and Buddhist Studies, University of Vienna
SOAS, University of London
University of Alberta
AyurYog Project, University of Vienna
The Haṭha Yoga Project, SOAS University of London
Modern Yoga Research
AMRAY, Association Monégasque pour la Recherche Académique sur le Yoga