|The Journal of Ecumenical Studies,
an academic journal that focuses on vitally important
religious issues, offers a venue for meaningful publication, and consistently
maintains the caliber of exemplary scholarship, intellectual inquisitiveness,
and over-all excellence . With its outreach arm, the Institute for Intercultural,
Interreligious Dialogue (IIID)--which has, in turn, spawned
the administratively independent Global Dialogue Institute (GDI
)--the JES is at the dynamic center of a multi-faceted campaign
to provide the kind of sound basis for cross-cultural understanding that
can transform a potential "clash of civilizations" into a "concert of civilizations."
"the Journal of Ecumenical Studies keeps ecumenical
discussion alive for an international audience of scholars and lay-persons
in a responsible and often penetrating fashion." (Religious Periodicals
of the United States, Charles H. Lippy, editor, 1986)
of Ecumenical Studies has been publishing articles that explore the
cutting edge of ecumenical and interreligious dialogue issues since 1964,
when JES was co-founded by Arlene
and Leonard Swidler .
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Index of Volumes
27 (1990) to 41 (2004)
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