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Challenge (Morehouse College)
Challenge Online seeks to publish works in the social sciences and S.T.E.A.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) disciplines that are dedicated to the exploration of science and research education. We are particularly interested in works that detail the outcomes of student training in the social sciences and S.T.E.A.M disciplines. The deadline for submission for this volume is February 3, 2017 with a publication issue date of March 30th, 2017.
Challenge publishes scholarly papers on all issues germane to the African Diaspora. Particular emphasis is placed on African American men, their families, and their communities within this global context. Challenge is an interdisciplinary publication of Morehouse College, housed within the division of the Humanities and Social Sciences. Challenge also publishes special issues with papers presented at colloquia, conferences, and invited papers on selected themes. Unsolicited papers related to the themes may also be included in these special issues.
Communication Arts Forum (Journals of Clark Atlanta University)
Communication Arts Forum promotes scholarly and professional exchanges that address diverse interests of educators, researchers, practitioners and policymakers engaged in the fields of mass media, speech communication, and theatre arts. Articles providing innovative perspectives that enrich teaching, research and professional practices are especially sought. Communication Arts Forum also will consider film and book reviews, commentaries, original interviews and conference reports.
Communication & Social Change (Journals of Clark Atlanta University)
The Center for Excellence in Communication Arts has launched this journal Communication and Social Change which features research reflecting both historical and contemporary perspectives of how media frame and influence social and political agendas, while providing frameworks in which to teach, learn and study issues of social change.
Continuum: The Spelman Undergraduate Research Journal (Spelman College)
Continuum highlights research that affects black women and black women’s contributions to research. As an interdisciplinary journal, Continuum encourages readers to think critically about the intersection between scholarship and black women’s experiences across the diaspora. The publication prepares undergraduate students for graduate studies by encouraging them to develop a passion for research. We are a platform for students around the world to use scholarship to initiate dialogue across disciplines and bring research to the forefront of the collegiate experience.
Endarch: Journal of Black Political Research (Journals of Clark Atlanta University)
Endarch: Journal of Black Political Research is a double blind peer-reviewed journal published by Clark Atlanta University Department of Political Science in partnership with Atlanta University Center Robert Woodruff Library. The journal is an online publication. Endarch seeks to reflect, analyze, and generate activity, which will ultimately lead toward the expansion, clarification, and solidification of black political thought. For this purpose, the journal publishes articles that report original investigations and contribute new scholarship to the field of political science.
Phylon: The Clark Atlanta University Review of Race and Culture (Journals of Clark Atlanta University)
Welcome to Phylon, the peer-reviewed journal that W.E.B. Du Bois founded at Atlanta University in 1940. Phylon has moved from a quarterly to a semi-annual publication and each issue will be defined by a special topic of general interest to faculty in the humanities and social sciences. With each volume we will encourage joint authorship by academics from various disciplines so that not only is the theme of the article presented, but it will be discussed in a Du Bosian interdisciplinary fashion taking into account historical, political and socio-economic interpretations. We believe that it is time to recognize that many of us in nominally separate fields and disciplines are working on the same problem from slightly different angles.
The full text version of Phylon is only available to users within Atlanta University Center. Individuals outside of the Atlanta University Center may contact the editor-in-chief, Dr. Obie Clayton (firstname.lastname@example.org), for subscription access options.
Top Shelf : The Newsletter of the Robert W. Woodruff Library (AUC Robert Woodruff Library)
Top Shelf will be published four times each year to keep Library users up to date on Woodruff Library events and activities undertaken in support of the academic missions of its AUC member institutions—Clark Atlanta University, the Interdenominational Theological Center, Morehouse College and Spelman College.
Intersections is a publication by and largely for the academic communities of the twenty-six colleges and universities of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Each issue reflects on the intersection of faith, learning, and teaching within Lutheran higher education. It is the central publication of the Network of ELCA Colleges and Universities, and has its home at Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois, the institutional sponsor of the publication. Intersections extends and enhances discussions fostered by the annual Vocation of the Lutheran College Conference, together lifting up the vocation of Lutheran colleges and universities. It aims to raise the level of awareness among faculty, staff, and administration about the Lutheran heritage and church-relatedness of their institutions, especially as these intersect with contemporary challenges, opportunities, and initiatives.
Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism
Sponsored by the Department of Romance Languages and the Latin American Studies Program at Bowdoin College, this journal is concerned with the problems of literary and cultural theory and the study of the Spanish and Latin American literatures and cultures of all periods. The journal emphatically encourages the submission of essays conceived at the crossroads of critical inquiry and theoretical discussion, and it has a pluralistic policy regarding the perspectives to be explored in those essays. Articles are published immediately after they are approved according to our policies and following our submission guidelines.
Bajo el auspicio del Departamento de Lenguas Romances y el Programa de Estudios Latinoamericanos de Bowdoin College, esta revista se dedica al estudio de problemas de teoría literaria y cultural en relación con todos los periodos históricos de América Latina y España. La revista invita la presentación de ensayos concebidos en el encuentro de la investigación crítica y la discusión teórica y tiene una política pluralista en relación con las perspectivas a ser exploradas en esos ensayos. Los artículos se publican inmediatamente después de ser aprobados de acuerdo con nuestras lineamientos y siguiendo nuestras guías para los autores.
Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education (TLTHE) serves as a forum for the reflective work of college faculty and students working together to explore and enact effective classroom practice. Published three times per year, the journal is premised on the centrality to successful pedagogy of dialogue and collaboration among faculty and students in explorations and revisions of approaches to teaching and learning in higher education. The journal has several aims:
● To include student perspectives and voices in analyses, affirmations, and revisions of educational practice at the post-secondary level
● To offer windows onto the development of pedagogical insights that faculty and students gain when they collaborate on explorations of classroom practice and systematically reflect on that collaboration
● To create forums for dialogue between faculty and students whose work is featured in this journal and others engaged in similar work
● To explore in particular the challenges and possibilities of such collaborations
Comparative Humanities Review (Comparative Humanities)
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Aliso: A Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Botany (Journals at Claremont)
Aliso: A Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Botany is the open-access, peer-reviewed, scientific journal of Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. International in scope, the journal publishes original articles on systematic and evolutionary botany. Floristic studies pertaining to the western United States and areas of comparable climate and vegetation are also featured.
Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union (Journals at Claremont)
The European Union Center of California
The European Union Center of California was founded in 1998 with the assistance of the European Commission. Based at Scripps College, the center conducts its programs cooperatively with the other members of the Claremont Colleges. The Center's mission is to advance public understanding of European integration and transatlantic relations through education and research.
The Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference Journal is an open access journal and compiles outstanding research papers by undergraduate students presented at the Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union, held annually at Scripps College and hosted by the European Union Center of California.
CODEE Journal (Journals at Claremont)
The CODEE Journal is a peer-reviewed, open-access publication, distributed by the CODEE (Community of Ordinary Differential Equations Educators) and published by the Claremont Colleges Library, for original materials that promote the teaching and learning of ordinary differential equations.
This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or their institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access. All articles are licensed with a Creative Commons license. The journal is archived by LOCKSS.
Call for Paper Proposals for Special Issue
Special Issue: Linking Differential Equations to Social Justice and Environmental Concerns
Please see this flyer for more information. Deadline for proposal submissions is April 2, 2018.
EnviroLab Asia (Journals at Claremont)
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New EnviroLab Asia publishes student and faculty scholarship that integrates Asian and Environmental Studies, a project underwritten by a LIASE grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to the Claremont Colleges. In collaboration with the Claremont Colleges Library's Scholarship@Claremont, EnviroLab Asia is a digital-native site that explores some of the key environmental issues that Asia has confronted, and will continue to confront, across the 21st Century.
FIVE: The Claremont Colleges Journal of Undergraduate Academic Writing (Journals at Claremont)
FIVE: The Claremont Colleges Journal of Undergraduate Academic Writing is an online open access journal published in Scholarship@Claremont. FIVE is a collaborative partnership of the Writing Centers of the five undergraduate Claremont Colleges and the Claremont Colleges Library and is part of a larger network of online open access publications supported by the Claremont Colleges Library.
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal (Journals at Claremont)
The Humanistic Mathematics Network Newsletter (HMNN) was founded by Alvin White in the summer of 1987. The Newsletter was later renamed The Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal (HMNJ). The last issue of the HMNJ was published in 2004. This is the open access digital archive of the full run of the HMNN/HMNJ (1987-2004).
This journal does not accept new content. A related current journal is the Journal of Humanistic Mathematics.
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Journal of Humanistic Mathematics (Journals at Claremont)
This is an open-access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or their institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access. All articles are licensed with a Creative Commons license.
The journal is archived by LOCKSS and indexed by MathSciNet and EBSCO.
We would love to hear from you! Please email the editors (Mark Huber at email@example.com and Gizem Karaali at firstname.lastname@example.org), or submit a response directly to any of the published articles or essays (you can use the Submit A Response link on the relevant page). Alternatively, if you prefer snail mail, you can use the following address:
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LUX: A Journal of Transdisciplinary Writing and Research from Claremont Graduate University (Journals at Claremont)
The goal of LUX is to provide a venue where scholars of different fields can highlight their unique findings for the very first time. Stemmed from eligible submissions to the yearly student research conference hosted by Claremont Graduate University, our journal provides an engaging forum where scholarly exchange is encouraged. It is our hope that the work shared in the journal will inform and strengthen research everywhere.
Mime Journal (Journals at Claremont)
Mime Journal, founded in 1974, publishes articles and monographs on topics as diverse as François Delsarte, Noh/Kyogen Masks and Performance, Jacques Copeau’s Theatre School, and many issues about Etienne Decroux and his work. We aim to disseminate scholarship on Etienne Decroux, his influences and his students, to an audience of practitioners and scholars. We welcome submissions at any time.
Passwords (Journals at Claremont)
Here is a package,
a program of passwords.
It is to bring strangers together.
- William Stafford, “Passwords”
Passwords, a five-college literary magazine of poetry, prose, and visual art, has been published on a semester basis since 2000. Our mission is to provide a literary forum for the Claremont college community, and our editorial board is open to all students.
Performance Practice Review (Journals at Claremont)
Performance Practice Review (PPR) is a blind, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of Western musical performance practices. It is not confined to any historical period. Originally published bi-annually from 1988 to 1997, contributions to Performance Practice Review from 2006 onward will be published exclusively online.
Please note that PPR accepts and publishes articles on a rolling basis, so the current issue may not yet be complete.
The STEAM Journal (Journals at Claremont)
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Welcome to The STEAM Journal, a transdisciplinary, international, theory-practice, peer-reviewed, academic, open access, online journal with a focus on the intersection of the sciences and the arts. The STEAM Journal integrates perspectives from a variety of contexts and fields.
STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics.
This publication features the bridges between Science, Technology, Engineering Mathematics (STEM) and the Arts. In this context, the journal acts as a forum for open dialogue of STEAM as well as expanding the body of transdisciplinary knowledge. The STEAM Journal is a hub for scholars and practitioners of many disciplines who wish to provide commentary, exchange ideas and inform policy and practice of STEAM.
Although there is a long history of the interaction of the sciences with the arts, STEAM is a new acronym that has emerged over the last decade and has a multitude of definitions and approaches. Some of the main themes of STEAM are fostering innovation, the need for twenty-first century skills, and divergent and convergent thinking. The STEAM Journal welcomes a diverse dialogue on the many aspects of STEAM.
All submissions are peer-reviewed, and we are now accepting submissions on a rolling basis. To submit you are required to make an account, it is free and fast. This allows your submission to be accepted into the peer review process which all submissions go through. To read the submission policies, guidelines, right and attribution information click here. To submit to the journal click here.
JOYS is currently accepting papers for our 2018 issue! We are seeking authors and peer reviewers to contribute to our inaugural publication. To submit your work, you will need to create an account by clicking on "My Account" and following instructions. If you have questions about submitting your work and/or reviewing submissions, please contact Ruthy Weche at email@example.com
The JOYS Editorial Board is currently visiting schools to talk to potential authors about submitting work. If you would like an info session to be held at your school, please contact Dimas Blanco at firstname.lastname@example.org
Nastasia, Ruthy, Dimas, and Maiyah JOYS Editorial BoardJournal of Youth Scholarship.
Scholarly Undergraduate Research Journal at Clark (Scholarly Collections & Academic Work)
Clark University's Scholarly Undergraduate Research Journal (SURJ) is the institution's first student-run undergraduate interdisciplinary research journal. It aims to promote critical thinking, practical application of knowledge, as well as awareness and recognition of ongoing research throughout the university.
As a completely student-run journal, SURJ members are provided with the opportunity to experience the wide range of publication processes: either as staff member or author. Through the collaboration with SURJ's faculty review boards, the journal seeks to create an avenue for student-faculty partnerships, as well as cross-departmental scholarly dialogue.
Atlas of Maine (Environmental Studies Program)
The Atlas of Maine is a series of maps developed by students in Introduction to GIS and Remote Sensing, an interdisciplinary course in the Environmental Studies Program at Colby College. The goal of this activity is to develop a series of maps highlighting the unique human and natural resources of Maine.
The Atlas maps (issue/number 1) emphasize "visual" GIS.
Student research projects (issue/number 2) emphasize "analytical" GIS.
Colby Magazine (College Archives: Colbiana Collection)
A quarterly publication of Colby College. Issues from 1912 (vol. 1) - 1988 (vol. 77, no. 1) published as the Colby Alumnus.
Colby Quarterly was a journal of analysis of and commentary upon subjects in the humanities with special interest in regional studies of Maine, New England and Canadian history as well as literature.
1. A slight knowledge or suspicion; a hint
2. A literary discussion group in the 1930s and 40s, associated with University of Oxford. Members met weekly for readings, criticisms, and conversations around their literary work. The group famously included members such as C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Charles Williams.
3. A literary magazine and workshop group at Colby College
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
An undergraduate research journal publishing articles in environmental and resource economics authored and peer reviewed by undergraduate students.
Colgate Academic Review (Student Work)
The Colgate Academic Review (CAR) is a Student Lecture Forum publication that is intended to contribute to Colgate University's aspiration to be a place where intellectual discourse is customary and the traditional division between academic and social life is bridged.
Online issues (2006-present)
Tables of contents of earlier issues (1982-2010)
Obsculta means "listen," the first word of the Rule of Saint Benedict. Obsculta is an avenue for students to publish and share their projects and papers, making available the theology that they are studying, embracing, creating, and living.
Online issues (2012-present)
Tables of contents of earlier issues (1976-2013)
ISSN 0894-802XThe Compass: Earth Science Journal of Sigma Gamma Epsilon is the peer-reviewed, official publication of the Society of Sigma Gamma Epsilon, an Earth Science honorary founded on March 30, 1915, at The University of Kansas. The Society was established to recognize scholarship and professionalism in the Earth Sciences with the objectives of scholastic, scientific, and professional advancement of its members and the extension of relations of friendship and assistance among colleges and universities which are devoted to the advancement of the Earth Sciences.
The Journal of Global Catholicism is an international, interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal. Its purpose is to foster the understanding of diverse forms of lived Catholicism with attention to their significance for theoretical approaches in anthropology, history, sociology, media studies, psychology, theology, and philosophy.
From its founding in 1992 Teatro, has specialized primarily in research on the theory, history and practice of theatre, although always paying special attention to the theoretical models related to the socio-cultural genesis of artistic language and their interdependence. Going forward we seek to include all areas of research covered by cultural studies, without geographical or period limits, accepting articles focused on the analysis of any of these fields: cinema, literature, music, plastic arts and mass media, among others.
Teatro also publishes an occasional series of creative works, Teatro: Colleción Textos/Creación, which may be found at http://digitalcommons.conncoll.edu/teatro_obrascreativas/.
Articulāte (English)Articulāte is published in the spring semester of each academic year and features student essays of literary and cultural criticism. Since 1996, Articulāte has published works of almost 90 Denison students who have written 106 essays on a variety of literary and cultural topics. Some essays reexamine the classical works of William Shakespeare, others attempt to shed light on the life and thoughts of Emily Dickinson, and still others discuss more recent works, such as a video from MTV or Don Bluth’s All Dogs Go to Heaven. Essays are selected for publication by a student Editorial Board under the leadership of a Junior and Senior Editor, as well as a faculty advisor. As a special feature, Articulāte publishes each year’s winner of the Robert T. Wilson Award for Scholarly Writing. Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Five Colleges of Ohio (Next Steps in the Next Generation Library: Integrating Digital Collections into the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 2010) Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Sylvia Brown (Assistant Professor of English); Courtney Vinopal (Class of 2013); Daniel Carlson (Class of 2015)
Biology Buzz Newsletter (Biology)
Biology Buzz Newsletter is published by Denison University Department of Biology twice a year. The fall edition features a wrap-up of the summer activities, information about new faculty and highlights the activities of current faculty. The spring edition introduces senior fellows and shares alumni activities. Contact information: email@example.com.
Campus (Library and Archives)Campus was a rejuvenated version of Portfolio. In addition to short stories, the editors included timely features and announcements "that would prove of interest to the Denison student." Campus was published between 1946 and 1957. Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Courtney Vinopal (Class of 2013); Daniel Carlson (Class of 2015);
Collage (Modern Languages)
Collage is an interdisciplinary magazine designed to explore the poetry of language and the visual arts. Submissions come from students, faculty, and staff members at Denison University. In the online version of the publication, we insert links for audio and video pieces.
Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Christopher Casey (First Year Studies Librarian); Judy Cochran (Professor, Modern Languages).
Denison Journal of Religion (Religion)
Denison Journal of Religion is published annually by the Department of Religion. A goal of the journal is to have Denison students speaking to their Denison colleagues about issues of religion. All articles are written by Denison students, and we encourage students from any department to submit appropriate work to it. The content is academic discourse which promotes and encourages community dialogue, so that the journal can be a medium for intellectual reflection on religion for the entire Denison community. Appropriate topics of submission include but are not limited to the secular critique of religion, inter-religious dialogue, the interpretation of sacred texts, the interaction of religion and society, the validation of ethical discernment, and issues of race, gender, and class.
Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Five Colleges of Ohio (Next Steps in the Next Generation Library: Integrating Digital Collections into the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 2010).
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Ephemeris (Classical Studies)
Ephemeris is published twice a year and seeks to offer an opportunity for those students interested in Classical studies to publish their work in an undergraduate forum. Ephemeris was the first intercollegiate journal of its kind and promotes the coming together of history, literature, philosophy, religion, art, and architecture in a way that is both analytical and creative. As is an objective of Classical Studies departments, Ephemeris fosters an attitude about and an appreciation for criticism and interpretation of the Classical civilizations. It is our hope that students, faculty and staff continue to be inspired by these ancient societies. Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Five Colleges of Ohio (Next Steps in the Next Generation Library: Integrating Digital Collections into the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 2010).
Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Rebecca Futo Kennedy (Assistant Professor of Classics)
Episteme is a student-run journal that aims to recognize and encourage excellence in undergraduate philosophy by providing examples of some of the best work currently being done in undergraduate philosophy programs. Episteme is distinguished as being the oldest undergraduate philosophy publication of its kind. Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Five Colleges of Ohio (Next Steps in the Next Generation Library: Integrating Digital Collections into the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 2010).
The call for papers for 2018 is out! The 2018 staff includes:
Editor: Peter Heft
DingXi Dennis Lu
To submit papers for inclusion, please email the paper and a cover sheet to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exile is a student literary journal that provides an opportunity for future poets, fiction, and non-fiction writers to publish their creative work in an undergraduate forum. For some students, Exile represents their only chance at publication, their only chance to have an audience. For others, Exile represents the beginning of their writing career. The title of this magazine was suggested by the concluding phrase in <>The Rest by Ezra Pound.
Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to the Five Colleges of Ohio (Next Steps in the Next Generation Library: Integrating Digital Collections into the Liberal Arts Curriculum, 2010)
Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Peter Grandbois (Assistant Professor of English); Greggory Gassman (University of Alabama School of Library and Information Studies, Class of 2013); Meghan Callahan (Denison Class of 2014); Elizabeth Carman Bailey (Denison Class of 2012); Sarah Fiete (Denison Class of 2012); Ellen Rosebrough (Denison Class of 2013); Jonathan Halper (Denison Class of 2014); Deborah Gillum (Denison Class of 2014); Allison Scarlott (Denison Class of 2015).
Flamingo (Library and Archives)
Flamingo was a student-run humor and literary magazine of Denison University published between 1921 and 1928. This publication provides a glimpse into campus life during the Roaring Twenties.
Cataloger's Note: The volume and issue numbers of this publication don't always correspond to the chronological publication years.
Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Courtney Vinopal (Class of 2013); Daniel Carlson (Class of 2015)
Moyo (Library and Archives)
Mind of Your Own (Moyo) was a student-run publication of Denison University from 1991-2001. Articles ranged from political commentary, humor, interviews with musicians and actors, and campus commentary.
Cataloger's Note: Volume VI was omitted by the original editors in the sequencing of the journal.
Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Daniel Carlson (Class of 2015)
Portfolio (Library and Archives)
Portfolio was an early literary magazine at Denison University published between 1937-1946. Not only does this journal provide insight into campus culture during World War II, readers will gain deeper insight into the era and culture of Denison by viewing the various ephemera within, such as cigarette advertisements and bus schedules.
Acknowledgments: Joshua Finnell (Humanities Librarian); Heather Lyle (University Archivist); Courtney Vinopal (Class of 2013); Daniel Carlson (Class of 2015)
Prologue: A First-Year Writing Journal (Writing Center)
Prologue: A First-Year Writing Journal is an annual journal of academic essays created to showcase first-year writing at Denison. The journal provides many of these students with the opportunity to have their works published for the first time. The selection process begins with first-year students submitting their essays anonymously during the fall and spring semester submission periods. Next, the editorial board carefully reviews the collection of pieces submitted and selects several quality pieces for publication. Then each of Prologue’s editors review one of the selected essays, work with the writer to make revisions, and write a commentary to accompany the piece. These commentaries highlight the strengths and growth of each essay.
Stream of Consciousness (Publications)
Stream of Consciousness is a yearly publication from the Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM). ALLARM Student Watershed Coordinators contribute articles to the publication, with topics including environmental policy changes, research, ALLARM program updates and watershed group profiles. Stream of Consciousness is published every year thanks to the generous support of the Charles Merrill Kurtz Fund, established by Betty Puzak in memory of her father, Charles M. Kurtz, Dickinson Class of 1907.
Sign up to receive the next Stream of Consciousness online.
Thalia is an entertainment and humor magazine published by Dickinson College students in Carlisle, PA from 1928 to 1929. These students published four issues between June 1928 and February 1929.
The Collegian (Publications)
The Collegian: A Monthly Magazine is a literary magazine that was published by the Belles Lettres and Union Philosophical Societies at Dickinson College in 1849. The two societies published five issues between March and July 1849.
Furman Humanities Review (Journals)
ISSN 1064-0037Furman Humanities Review, funded in part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, annually publishes undergraduate papers in the humanities. According to criteria established by the Endowment, scholarly work from the following disciplines is considered for publication: history; philosophy; languages; linguistics; literature; archaeology; religion; the history, theory, and criticism of the arts; and those fields in the social sciences that employ historical or philosophical approaches.
Furman Magazine (Journals)
First published in December 1951, the Furman Magazine is a source of news and stories for alumni and friends of the University.
The Furman University Electronic Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics is an online-only journal designed to encourage undergraduate research in the field of mathematics. Its online nature allows quick publishing of mathematics papers, giving undergraduate students an opportunity to see their work published prior to their graduation. The Journal is refereed, and in addition each student or group of students submitting a paper must have a sponsor, who must be a full-time faculty member at a two or four year college or university.
ISSN 2378-5322 (print)
Adams County History is the annual publication of the Adams County Historical Society in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It has been published since 1995 and includes stories of many eras of local history. Some articles are ongoing research projects based out of the Society's archival collection while others are research interests from academic or amateur historians. In every issue, the Historical Society strives to share interesting local stories as well as thoughtful research.
To learn more about the Adams County Historical Society, please visit their website.
ISSN 2375-2629The Gettysburg Economic Review is an undergraduate student journal edited and published by the Economics Department at Gettysburg College. It showcases some of the best work produced by Economics students in the department each year.
Gettysburg Social Sciences Review is dedicated to providing a forum for undergraduate students to develop and share critical research and writing in the Social Sciences. We encourage submissions from a wide spectrum of topics relevant to the Social Sciences. The journal seeks to advance the mission of Gettysburg College by fostering exchanges of ideas across disciplines to promote critical thought and active participation while highlighting the academic contributions of Undergraduate Research.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
The Gettysburg College Journal of the Civil War Era annually publishes undergraduate papers on the Civil War Era and its lasting memory. We are interested in academic essays, public history essays, and book reviews broadly relating to the American Civil War. For further details on submitting your work, please see About this journal.
The Gettysburg Historical Journal features original undergraduate student research and essays. It is produced by students at Gettysburg College and published annually. While the Gettysburg Historical Journal focuses on research in the field of history, we publish and encourage submissions from other disciplines that utilize historical viewpoints or methodologies, including sociology, anthropology, and classics.
The Student Art & Literary Magazine of Gettysburg College
The Mercury: The Student Art & Literary Magazine of Gettysburg College began in 1893 and is currently published annually. All students of the College are invited to participate and submit their work. Student editors are elected annually by the entire staff. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis, with a deadline of December 31 for each issue. Submissions are reviewed and chosen anonymously by the staff. The magazine is published in April.
The Mercury accepts submissions of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, artwork, and photography. See the Submission Guidelines page to answer your questions about what and how to submit your work.
Submissions for the 2018 edition of The Mercury are open as of October 1st, 2017.
ACSQ publishes scholarly articles focusing on those American communities that have intentionally separated themselves from society in general and live according to a shared set of principles, whether religious or secular, in common ownership of property. The journal’s archive is freely available here back to the first issue published in 2006. The most recent three years are available by subscription. For more information, contact the editor.
Luna de la cosecha (Modern Languages and Literatures)
¡Bienvenidos a Luna de la Cosecha, revista de escritura creativa de Kenyon College!
Somos una comunidad que aprecia la palabra escrita, que como la luna de la cosecha nos ilumina a todos.
La luna ha estado asociada siempre con la belleza, la creatividad; y la cosecha, con el trabajo físico, el cultivar. Estos son valores que la presente publicación, creada por el programa de español de Kenyon College, quisiera fomentar. El propósito es ofrecer a nuestros estudiantes y cualquier persona interesada, de nuestra universidad y de cualquier parte, la oportunidad de compartir sus creaciones literarias. Abrigamos la esperanza de que se utilice no sólo para mostrar la creatividad propia, sino además para comentar de manera constructiva las obras de los demás. En definitiva, nos proponemos impulsar la participación y la integración en la comunidad literaria de lengua española, de cuyas obras y valores nos sentimos legítimamente orgullosos. La luna de la cosecha ocurre, en el hemisferio boreal, en torno al 23 de septiembre; y en el austral, al 21 de marzo. Esos serán los días en que renovaremos la revista (en septiembre, con los trabajos presentados, discutidos y aprobados por nuestro comité de lectores durante la primavera; y en marzo, con los del otoño). Si quisiera vincularse, de manera individual o institucional, a este esfuerzo y su cometido, no dude en contactarnos por esta misma vía.
Collage Magazine represents the cultural and linguistic diversity within the Lake Forest College community, providing an opportunity for students of any language other than English to use their abilities in a creative medium. The magazine also encourages any member of the College community (students, faculty and staff) to express in words his or her cultural perspective.
DID YOU KNOW?
If you work for our magazine and submit your work, you can satisfy the yearly requirements for a Carnegie Modern Languages scholarship renewal.
Eukaryon (Student Publications)
An UNDERGRADUATE JOURNAL of LIFE SCIENCE SCHOLARSHIP at LAKE FOREST COLLEGE
Eukaryon is an award-winning undergraduate research journal that publishes the very best of life science scholarship conducted at Lake Forest College within its research-rich classrooms and faculty labs. The journal is governed, peer-reviewed, and published by an undergraduate editorial board.
Bildhaan: An International Journal of Somali Studies (Institute for Global Citizenship)
Bildhaan is a multidisciplinary journal that stresses public intellectual engagement. Established in 2001, it is the first of its kind and encourages submissions in all fields that are relevant to Somali peoples around the world.
HIMALAYA, the Journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies (DigitalCommons@Macalester College)
ISSN 2471-3716Welcome to the journal HIMALAYA.
Macalester Abroad: Research and Writing from Off-campus Study (Institute for Global Citizenship)
This online journal was created in 2008 to publish, and thereby make available to the world, the best of independent research and writing done by our students on off-campus study. With rare exceptions these pieces are lightly edited, as we want to present them as done under relatively difficult conditions -- overseas, often with limited resources, and under time pressure. Publishing them may serve to make some new learning accessible to all.
Macalester International (Institute for Global Citizenship)
Margaret R. Beegle
Macalester Journal of Philosophy (Philosophy Department)
Content provided by the Macalester College Philosophy Department
Macalester Journal of Physics and Astronomy (Physics and Astronomy Department)
Macalester Reviews in Biogeography (Biology Department)
"I just wanted to send you a quick note to tell you how grateful I am that you got those Biogeography papers "published" on Macalester Commons. I put the URL on my CV to my plant domestication project and already a couple potential graduate advisors said they were impressed with the paper! Thanks to you for that project and especially for making it publicly available. Tell your students for me to try extra hard because they never know who might see it in the future!"
with permission from Alese C.
Alese has been accepted to grad school at University of Oregon for a PhD in Anthropology. She was also awarded a highly prestigious National Science Foundation pre-doctoral fellowship to support her work.
Tapestries: Interwoven voices of local and global identities (American Studies Department)
Tapestries: Interwoven voices of local and global identities is produced by the American Studies Department, Macalester College. See the Policies for more information about submitting to this journal.
The Macalester Review (DigitalCommons@Macalester College)
Welcome to the homepage of the Macalester Review.
As one of the first student-run academic journals at Macalester College, the Macalester Review provides a platform for current undergraduates in the social sciences to display their most distinguished academic work and scholarship. Current students are strongly encouraged to submit their work to be peer-reviewed and considered for publication.
For questions or comments, please contact:
Southern California Academy of Sciences can be found at SCAS.
CTSJ: Journal of Undergraduate Research (Critical Theory and Social Justice)Call for Submissions - Volume 7, Issue 1 Purchase Print Copies via Amazon
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Welcome to the Rollins Undergraduate Research Journal (RURJ)! The Journal is currently looking for staff members.
To apply for a staff position, please email Jonathan Miller at email@example.com.
Until we have a new editorial board, we will not be accepting new manuscripts.
Health Advocacy Bulletin (Health Advocacy Graduate Program)
Established in 1980, the Sarah Lawrence College Health Advocacy program was the nation’s first master’s degree program in the field. The program is a nationwide leader in defining this new discipline and the related field of patient advocacy, as it prepares students to improve health care and advise and advocate for individuals.
Newsletters and bulletins prior to Spring 2016 are only accessible on the campus of Sarah Lawrence College or if you have a valid MySLC login and password. Please contact Abby Lester with any questions.
ISSN 2473-912X#CritEdPol, Journal of Critical Education Policy Studies at Swarthmore College (ISSN 2473-912X) is an open access, undergraduate peer-reviewed journal published by the Critical Education Policies Studies (CEPS) group at Swarthmore College. #CritEdPol engages in a critical education policy approach where policy formation and implementation is understood as the product of socio-historical conditions and competing ideologies in relation to institutions and individuals. This framework allows us to view education policy as a tool for traditional policymakers and community advocates to solve problems and affect change. Our Journal provides a space for these critical discussions of education policies and issues as they impact various communities and educational practice. In keeping with our community focus, we believe that submissions to our Journal can take a variety of forms, ranging from scholarly papers to multimedia projects, provided that they inspire a continued conversation among stakeholders about education policy and practice.
The journal is published in association with bepress and the Swarthmore College libraries (Pennsylvania, USA). #CritEdPol will publish two issues per year starting June 2016. Inquiries should be addressed through the contact form or by email
Edwin Mayorga, firstname.lastname@example.org
ISSN 2574-0113Swarthmore International Relations Journal (SIRJ) is an undergraduate journal publishing works on global affairs. Established in 2016, SIRJ is student written, edited, and produced. The primary goals of SIRJ are twofold: to help foster a new generation of scholars, and to bring fresh, liberal arts perspectives to international relations. Through a peer-reviewed editing process, SIRJ seeks to become a major vehicle for undergraduate research on international relations, and encourage critical and intellectual dialogues among scholars.
ISSN 2572-3626 (online)
Tipití: Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America is the only refereed journal entirely dedicated to lowland South America. Tipití is increasingly recognized as an established and cutting-edge journal for lowland South American anthropology scholarship. Although lowland South American anthropology is far from being a unified, homogeneous field of research, it is renewing anthropological thinking on a number of issues through its debates and its diversity. And although various schools of Amazonian anthropology, rooted in different national traditions, co-exist today, they all share the same commitment to ethnography, as well as the view that it is through advancing cross-cultural comparative research that lowland South American specialists will contribute to anthropological theory. Tipití is committed to providing a space for such a diverse intellectual meeting-ground.
Inaugural Issue coming in Spring 2012
ACSPL Working Paper Series (Wesleyan Journals and Series)
The Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life Working Paper Series features original research conducted by Wesleyan faculty on problems of public life.
The multidisciplinary series has three primary aims: (1) to give Wesleyan faculty an opportunity to publish works-in-progress as citable sources prior to eventual publication; (2) to raise the profile of ongoing research at Wesleyan; and (3) to engage the broader community in ongoing research by making faculty research easily accessible.
The Undergraduate Journal of Social Studies (Wesleyan Journals and Series)
The Undergraduate Journal of Social Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal run entirely by the students of Wesleyan University's College of Social Studies. The College of Social Studies and the UJSS are committed to encouraging the interdisciplinary study of society, in recognition of the fact that human interaction and organization is too multifaceted to be understood from any one disciplinary perspective. The UJSS serves as a forum for students of the College, as well as members of the Wesleyan community at large, to improve, share, and collaborate on work of historical, social, political or philosophical interest as they bridge disciplinary boundaries and examine new perspectives.