The upcoming spring 2014 issue of Logos: A Journal of Eastern Christian Studies, on which I am now at work, is packed with articles. In fact, our queue is full for the spring, the fall, and for most of the spring issue of 2015. Coincidentally, perhaps providentially, all three issues are assuming a "thematic" coherence: in one issue, we will have several articles on relations between Orthodox Christians and Muslims; in a second, we will have three, and perhaps four, articles on Bulgakov; and in a third issue, we have three, and perhaps four, articles on Orthodoxy and socioeconomic issues: Orthodoxy and ecology, Orthodoxy and human rights, Orthodoxy and economic development. We also have several short notes and essays on Russian literature and theology, on Byzantine liturgy, and other topics. And then the book reviews will be led off with a long, fascinating review essay by three scholars taking to task David Bradshaw's recent book Aristotle East and West: Metaphysics and the Division of Christendom as well as his chapter in this recent edited collection.
I'll post more details, and a preliminary table of contents, later this week.