Aims & Scope

Published at least once a year by the International Institute for Hermeneutics (IIH), Analecta Hermeneutica serves the global community of scholars developing the hermeneutic tradition. An interdisciplinary venue, with special interest in the pedagogical and political potential of hermeneutics, the journal seeks articles from the relevant fields of philosophy, theology, and comparative literature. Although new insights into the history of ideas are welcome, the journal aims to ensure the relevance of hermeneutics to future scholarship and ever opening fields of thought. The journal welcomes select book reviews, written in English, on recent books published in any language or translations that advance the aims of the journal.