I’ve just signed a contributor agreement with SAGE Publications for the inclusion of my article “Evangelical and Catholic Masculinities in Two Fatherhood Ministries” in Feminist Theology. The agreement allows me to post as a pre-print the version of the article submitted to the journal, but not the accepted version after peer review and editing. So, if you’re interested in having a read (the final version of the article is very similar) you can find the article right here.
The original journal I submitted to (which I thought would welcome this article with open arms) rejected it without invitation to resubmit for being “anti-conservative and anti-faith”. Since when was it an academic crime to hold a political stance (and to communicate it in an allegedly liberal journal)? So much for the conservative complaint that the academy is a hotbed of liberalism! And anti-faith? Clearly not to Feminist Theology. Never mind, Feminist Theology is the better journal.