What is the Sikh Research Journal
The Sikh Research Journal (SRJ) is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed journal in the field of Sikh and Punjabi Studies. Contributions can be in all areas of Sikh and Punjabi Studies, including (but not limited to) art, architecture, culture, heritage preservation, history, language, literature and religion. Submissions from younger scholars are especially welcome. The SRJ encourages submissions that are accessible to members of the Sikh community outside academia, and to academics who are non-specialists in the field. The Sikh Foundation continues to provide the web platform for the SRJ, but an editorial collective of academics will manage the review process.
Sikh Research Journal considers only original, previously unpublished research/scholarship/commentary. Manuscripts submitted to SRJ for review should not be concurrently under consideration with another journal. All manuscripts submitted to SRJ will initially be screened by the SRJ editorial collective, and those deemed worthy of potential publication will generally be sent for external, usually double-blind, peer-review. Authors can expect an editorial decision within about sixty days of submission.
Those interested in submitting articles to be published in the SRJ can click below for details.
Introducing our Editorial Team:
The members of our editorial team are highly accomplished academics, with published research on the Sikh community, as well as other topics.
Nikky-Guninder Kaur Singh – Lead Editor – is the Crawford Family Professor of Religious Studies and Chair of the department at Colby College, Waterville, Maine. She is Co-Chair of the Sikh Studies Section of the American Academy of Religion. Her books include The Guru Granth Sahib: its Physics and Metaphysics (1981), The Feminine Principle in the Sikh Vision of the Transcendent (1993) and The Name of My Beloved: Verses of the Sikh Gurus (2001). Read more: https://www.colby.edu/directory/profile/nksingh/
Sonia Dhami – Managing Editor is a Trustee of the Sikh Foundation International. She is the co-editor of “Sikh Art from the Kapany Collection” a definitive volume on Sikh Art co-published with the Smithsonian Institution. She has also edited a richly illustrated volume, “Games We Play”. Her work with Sikh institutions demonstrates the confluence of art, history, religion, and community. She graduated from St. Bede’s College Shimla and earned her Master’s in Business Administration from Punjab Agricultural University Ludhiana.