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.
Those interested in submitting articles to be published in the SRJ,
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Introducing our Editoral Team:
Diditi Mitra, Jugdep Chima, Shruti Devgan, and Elizabeth Weigler are highly accomplished academics, with published research on the Sikh community, as well as other topics. Sonia Dhami from the Sikh Foundation International serves as Managing Editor.
Sikh History on The Streets of London: The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea by Ranveer (Rav) Singh
Children of the Divine: Bhagat Puran Singh’s Pingalwara and the Children’s Rights Principle of Non-discrimination – Jaspreet Kaur Bal
- Revolution and Assimilation: Understanding the Evolving Identity of the Punjabi Sikh Diaspora in California during the Early Twentieth Century by Rajan Gill
- Christian And Sikh Communities In Iran And Role Of Language Identity: A Comparative Approach To The Social-Linguistic Aspects Of The Christianity And Sikhism In The Middle East
by Rajdeep Singh
- Minority Minsters in Media: A Study on Digital Representations of Canadian Sikh Politicians in Mainstream Media and Their Effects on Race Relations in Canada
by Sohela Suri
- Five Classical Elements (panch tattva) of Creation – A Perspective from Sri Guru Granth Sahib
by Dr. D. P. Singh