The Journal of Inklings Studies provides a forum for rigorous academic engagement with the thought of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Charles Williams, Owen Barfield, and their intellectual and literary peers and forebears.
In this way, it seeks to contribute to the reception of these thinkers in theology, philosophy, and literary studies, both in the UK and worldwide.
JIS is fully peer-reviewed and indexed in the MLA.
JISappears twice annually (April and October) in print and electronic formats. Subscribers have access to the full electronic archive both of JIS and of its predecessor, The C.S. Lewis Chronicle.
In addition, the full archive of book reviews of both The Journal of Inklings Studies the The C.S. Lewis Chronicle is on open access as a service to the growing community of Inklings readers and scholars.
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