The Bolivian Studies Journal (BSJ) is a peer-reviewed journal focusing on past and present historical and cultural processes in Bolivia and the challenges that Bolivia is facing in the new millennium. BSJ promotes research and critical analysis including research research papers, articles, reviews, interviews, and discussion materials written in Spanish, English, or indigenous languages.
Biblios disseminates empirical research and theoretical essays and reflections in the areas of library and information science. Biblios is a peer-reviewed Open Access journal.
Catedral Tomada is a biannual, peer-reviewed electronic journal administered by the graduate students of the Department of Hispanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pittsburgh which aims to contribute to current debates and circulate new research relevant to the study of Latin American literature and culture in its historical and social contexts.
The Central Asian Journal of Global Health is a peer-reviewed Open Access journal publishing articles aimed at public health and medicine with a specific focus on the geographic region of Central Asia.
CINEJ Cinema Journal is a peer-reviewed semiannual Open Access journal publishing fresh and original research in the fields of film and media studies. The journal publishes essays on a wide variety of subjects from diverse methodological perspectives, focusing on original research and the preservation of the world’s film, television, video, and other media heritage.
Through scholarly writings from a number of academic disciplines in the humanities, together with contributions from artists and filmmakers, Contemporaneity maps the diverse ways in which cultures use visual means to record, define, and interrogate their historical context and presence in time.
Dentistry 3000 publishes papers of excellence, wide interest, and broad significance in all aspects of dentistry. The emphasis of the journal is on full research papers of any length required for concise presentation and discussion of the data. Succinct and carefully prepared papers are favored in terms of impact as well as readability.
The journal is multidisciplinary, international, multi-paradigmatic, and multicultural in scope, accepting manuscripts from any scholars and practitioners interested in the dialogic nature of teaching and learning in formal institutional and informal settings.
EMAJ Emerging Markets Journal is a peer-reviewed semiannual Open Access journal publishing empirical research that extends or builds management theory and contributes to business management practice with a special focus on emerging markets. Research using all empirical methods—including, but not limited to, qualitative, quantitative, field, and combination methods are welcome.
Ethnology welcomes articles by scholars of any country on any aspect of cultural anthropology. Theoretical or methodological discussions are published only if they relate to substantive data.
The Études Ricœuriennes/Ricœur Studies (ERSS) is an electronic, open access, peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the study of the work of Paul Ricoeur. ERSS is an interdisciplinary journal in scope that encourages critical and constructive interpretations, applications and extension of Ricoeur’s vast oeuvre.
Press release 1/19/2011
Excellence in Education encourages diverse points of view with international perspectives to create a forum for sharing research on issues pertaining to higher education. The goal of EHE is to enable readers to explore Indonesian and global higher education traditions and contemporary patterns in a global context to promote dialogue and enrich the theory, policy, and practice of higher education.
Press release 5/9/2011
Health, Culture and Society is a peer-reviewed Open Access journal devoted to the medical humanities and the social history of health. Geared toward an interdisciplinary approach to issues of health, culture and society and inviting contributions from diverse fields, the journal is designed to promote critical studies, disseminate important contemporary research and act as an international podium for the exchangeof new ideas, strategies and practices.
IIOAB Letters provides a publication platform for young researchers, students, academicians, and scientists in all fields of the Life Sciences. Content includes original, innovative, translational, and basic research articles; short communications; brief synopsis; reviews; meeting reports; commentaries; latest advances; and case studies; on current topics in all areas of Biological Sciences.
The International Journal of Telerehabilitation (IJT) is a biannual journal dedicated to advancing telerehabilitation by disseminating information about current research and practices.
The Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy is a forum for discussion of the diverse philosophical strains of French and Francophone thought, with an emphasis on contemporary figures and issues and a commitment to interdisciplinary perspectives.
Press release 3/2/2011
The Journal of World-Historical Information is a peer-reviewed, semi-annual, electronic journal dedicated to the interdisciplinary project of creating and maintaining a comprehensive world-historical data resource.
MITRIP publishes qualitative and quantitative studies, case presentations, descriptions of innovations in motivational interviewing practice or training, and theoretical or conceptual articles as well as informal contributions related to the activities of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers.
Pennsylvania Libraries: Research & Practice provides an opportunity for librarians in Pennsylvania to share their knowledge and experience with practicing librarians across Pennsylvania and beyond. Readers will be exposed to the unique and valuable work of librarians in Pennsylvania that may not be published elsewhere in the library literature.
The Pitt Political Review is dedicated to rigorous discussion of politics on the local, national, and global levels. Our intention is to publish non-partisan writing that analyzes issues, events and personalities, assuming nothing of the reader but a common interest in the subject. Our goal is to contribute to the lively political discourse at Pitt and beyond.
The Pittsburgh Journal of Environmental and Public Health Law seeks to inspire community awareness about an array of current environmental and public health issues through its biannual publication.
The Pittsburgh Journal of Technology Law & Policy (JTLP) is a student produced journal of contemporary legal topics involving technology of all kinds.
Pittsburgh Papers on the European Union is a free-standing scholarly papers series promoting investigation of the contemporary and historical dynamics of the European Union from all disciplines. This e-journal is devoted to disseminating current research on the European Union, including its domestic, regional, and global contexts, transnational relations among new and long-standing members, accession states, and candidate members of the EU.
The Pittsburgh Tax Review is a scholarly legal journal that focuses exclusively on issues of taxation.
Radical Teacher, founded in 1975, is a socialist, feminist, and anti-racist journal dedicated to the theory and practice of teaching. It serves the community of educators who are working for democratic process, peace, and justice. Radical Teacher publishes articles on classroom practices and curriculum, as well as on educational issues related to gender and sexuality, disability, culture, globalization, privatization, race, class, and other similar topics.
Revista Iberoamericana publishes articles, reviews, and bibliographical notes on literature, literary theory, and criticism in Latin American Spanish and Portuguese. Four issues are published annually.
SHASHI seeks articles that utilize or discuss the methodology for using Shashi - self-issued company histories- but will consider any topic that deals with the history of business and manufacturing in Japan. These articles can focus on any historical aspect that can be elucidated through company histories, including economics, society and culture.
The Carl Beck Papers publish original research in the humanities and social sciences focused on the region of Eastern Europe and Eurasia. The Papers’monograph (40-90 pages) format, offers a unique opportunity for scholars to publish works that are larger than the average academic journal article but shorter than a book manuscript.
Contributing to public policy argument by translating knowledge produced during academic competition into widely accessible, peer-reviewed scholarship.
The University of Pittsburgh Law Review, founded in 1934, is the longest-standing publication of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. It is produced by students and aims to publish excellent academic scholarship.