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CrossCurrents is a quarterly academic journal published by the Association for Religion and Intellectual Life (before 1990, it was published by the Convergence). Now published as a peer-reviewed academic journal through John Wiley & Sons, the journal is occasionally also described as a "magazine".
Abstracting and indexing
The journal is abstracted and indexed in the following databases:
- Academic ASAP
- Academic Search Elite
- America: History and Life
- ATLA Religion Database
- EBSCO databases
- Expanded Academic ASAP
- Historical Abstracts
- MLA International Bibliography
- According to the journal's instructions for authors on the Wiley website, "CrossCurrents is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal." (accessed 14 December 2012)
- One of the journal's websites states it is "More than just a magazine" (accessed 13 December 2012). Another of the journal's webpages, the instructions for authors on the Wiley website also mentions "past issues of the magazine," although elsewhere on the page the publication is called a "journal," and the periodical is listed in the "journal" section of the Wiley website (see, e.g., the search tab, "search in this journal") (accessed 14 December 2012)
- "Overview". CrossCurrents. John Wiley & Sons. Retrieved 2012-12-14.
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