The Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed journal that focuses on the seven major plain Anabaptist religious traditions: Amish, Apostolic Christian / Nazarene (Froelich), Brethren / German Baptist, Bruderhof, Hutterite, Swiss American / Swiss Canadian Mennonite, and Low German (Russian) Mennonite.
JAPAS welcomes a variety of approaches to knowledge-making, including the empirical, the theoretical, the humanities, and the applied.
JAPAS is co-published by the University of Akron IdeaExchange and the Amish & Plain Anabaptist Studies Association.
Current Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1 (2022)
Table of Contents and Title Page
Original Research Articles
Symposium Review: Amish and Old Order Mennonite Schools: A Concise History—Joseph Stoll; and The School by the Cornfield—Samuel Coon
Jewel Yoder Kuhns and Daniel L. Yoder
Symposium Review: The Teacher's Manual—Jennifer Anderson
Keri Yoder, Caleb Yoder, and Jonathan Erb
Symposium Review: The Right Church: From a Seeker to a Finder—Peter Hoover
Sheila Petre and Osiah Horst
Symposium Review: Awake, O Church!: A Serious Look at Christian Outreach—Barry Grant
Christopher Petrovich and Jennifer Anderson
- Editor in Chief
- Cory Anderson
- Assistant Editor
- Steven Reschly
- Copy Editor
- Rosanna Hess
- Editorial Board
- Andrea Borella, Elizabeth Cooksey, Berit Jany, Katherine Jellison, Natalie Jolly, Jeffrey Longhofer, Martin Lutz, Braxton Mitchell, Christopher Petrovich, Dan Raber, Carel Roessingh, Michael Sauder, Byran Smucker, Vlatka Škender, Susan Trollinger