14 years, BRIDGES has provided academicians on 4 continents
with compelling, topical interdisciplinary conversation. BRIDGES
provides a forum for interdisciplinary reflection on themes that
share the common focus of values, humaneness, ethics, and meaning.
The journal is formally affiliated with Lebanon Valley College of Pennsylvania. Harvard,
Cornell, Yale Divinity, Emory University, Southern Methodist University,
and Zentralbibliothek Zuerich are among the institutions in England,
Switzerland, France, Canada, South America, the Philippines, and
the United States that have acquired BRIDGES. CHOICE suggested
that BRIDGES is "For undergraduate institutions uncommonly
dedicated to mind-stretching." And the Library Journal
asserted that "There are so many esoteric, specialized
journals, but too few like BRIDGES, which attempt to connect
knowledge from diverse disciplines."
peer-reviewed semiannual academic journal lists among the members
of its Editorial Board well-known academicians from Stanford University,
University of Toronto, University of Wales, University of Alabama,
Catholic Theological Union, and Lewis & Clark College. In
addition to 5-8 full-length articles, BRIDGES features a BOOKS
OF NOTE section as well as expanded reviews for select works.
The journal is indexed and abstracted in The Philosopher's
Index (Bowling Green State University), Periodica Islamica, and
Religious & Theological Abstracts, and is part of the
permanent periodicals collection at the U.S. Library of Congress.