The Canadian Journal of Theology, Mental Health and Disability

 

 

Crip theologian Miriam Spies and I have launched our pilot project! The Canadian Journal of Theology, Mental Health, and Disability is committed to breaking new ground at the intersection of theology and mental health, exploring disability using an interfaith theological lens. Our priorities include publishing work by people with lived experience of mental illness and other disabilities.

The journal is open-access, which means it will be available to everyone without any fees. We are proud to be partnering with the Canadian Disability and Theology Symposium. 

If you are interested in submitting, please see our submission guidelines! We welcome academic papers, as well as creative work such as poetry, paintings, photography, short fiction and more.