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Bishop Street Journal

Bishop Street is a graduate student journal of theological studies at the Department of Theological Studies. The journal features peer-reviewed articles from graduate students that cover a wide range of topics in theology and religious studies, providing a platform for emerging scholars to showcase their research and contribute to the academic discourse in their field.

The journal's name is a nod to the historic Bishop Street in downtown Montreal where the Department is located, a vibrant cultural hub that reflects the intellectual and multicultural ethos of Concordia University.


KannenBright is a multi-disciplinary undergraduate student journal that recognizes the diverse aspects of scholarship that shape the sphere of theological studies. We welcome any scholarly articles, poetry, fiction, reflection pieces or visual art that shed light on theological concerns. 

Studia Theologica

Studia Theologica is published occasionally and covers many of the events that take place in the department. Contributions, new information on research and other scholarly activities in theological studies are always welcome.

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Word in the World 

Produced by a team of graduate students from the Department of Theological Studies, this multi-disciplinary journal provides a unique opportunity for students to share scholarly articles or research papers as well as creative works like poetry, stories, photographs or visual arts. 

The goal of this peer-reviewed journal is to provide a forum for students and professionals to engage in dialogue with others on many diverse aspects related to theology, religion and faith. 

Word in the World welcomes and strongly encourages submissions from the many disciplines both within and beyond Concordia’s community, as it is through a wide variety of voices that Word in the World can enrich and nourish our world. The journal also permits many budding academics and graduate students to publish their work for the first time.

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