Correspondences, Volume 4 is now online with a review of Henrik Bogdan and Jan A.M. Snoek’s Handbook of Freemasonry.
You can find it here: http://correspondencesjournal.com/volume-4/
Correspondences site states their functioning here:
“Correspondences is an international, peer-reviewed online journal dedicated to the academic study of “Western Esotericism”. The editors acknowledge that the use of this umbrella term for a widely variant field of alternate scientific and religious ideas is problematic. Correspondences therefore maintains an openness toward varying interpretations of the boundaries of the field of Western Esotericism. For example, articles related to esoteric currents from other global cultural centers may be accepted if a connection to alternative currents in “western culture” is implicitly established.Correspondences encourages submissions from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds, such as History of Religions, Sociology, Art History, Philosophy, History of Science, Literature, Musicology, and Cultural Studies. The following list of areas of study is provided for clarification:
“Alchemy, Anthroposophy, Astrology, Eco-spirituality, Esotericism in art, literature, and music, Freemasonry, Geomancy, Gnosticism, Hermeticism, Illuminism, Initiatory secret societies, Kabbalah, Magic, Mesmerism, Mysticism, Naturphilosophie, Neo-paganism, New Age, Occultism, Occulture, Paracelsianism, Rosicrucianism, Satanism, Spiritualism, Theosophy, Traditionalism, Ufology, Witchcraft.
“The journal is published annually with advanced pre-print versions of articles made available as soon as possible. There are no charges to authors or readers. Correspondences is funded entirely through third-party support; the ESSWE Sponsorship Programme for Independent Scholarly Initiatives funds hosting and database costs from 2016-2018.”