In September 1996, responding to a growing interest and concern across education and society generally the project team launched the International Journal of Children’s Spirituality (IJCS).
Aiming to provide an international and multi-cultural forum for those involved in research and the development of children’s and young people’s spirituality the journal considers what is meant by ‘spirituality’ and its relevance for schooling and society.
The IJCS has recently been accepted into the Arts and Humanities Citation Index®. This demonstrates the growing interest in the subject of children’s spirituality and the quality of the Journal.
Since 1998 the IJCS has been published and distributed through Taylor & Francis. For further information, and to view the abstracts, please visit the journal’s website.
Latest Issue: Volume 23 Issue 2
Issues in spiritual formation in early lifespan contexts (Volume 23, Issue 2)
Martin Ubani & Sari Murtonen
Evolving editorial roles: introducing the new team (Volume 23, Issue 1)
Ruth Wills, Adrian Gellel & Karen-Marie Yust
Previous editorials include (please note that the hyperlinks may not work)
- Issue 1: Preface
- Issue 2: Editorial: What legacy do we leave the next generation?
- Issue 3: Editorial.
- Issue 1: Editorial: Valuing the language of intergenerational wisdom in the spiritual education of children.
- Issue 2: Editorial: Spirituality of children and young people: a consideration of some perspectives and implications from research contextualized by Australia.
- Issue 3: Editorial: Coming out and coming in: atheism and Burma as part of the conversation on spiritual discourse.
- Issue 1: Preface.
- Issue 2: Editorial: Children’s spirituality and children’s rights.
- Issue 3: Editorial: No problem here? Multiculturalism, integration and spiritual capital.
- Issue 1: Editorial: ‘God’s away on business’: does this mean we are spiritually bereft?’.
- Issue 2: Editorial: Reflecting on faith schools: an exercise in the sociological imagination.
- Issue 3: Editorial: Thinking about difference.