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The Compass is an online scholarly journal edited and produced by students in the Arcadia University Honors Program. It is dedicated to providing a platform for undergraduate research and insight so that it may inspire, intrigue, and inform an audience. The journal’s primary aim is to cultivate scholarly community and intellectual curiosity by featuring multidisciplinary perspectives. The Compass endeavors to build an intellectual collaborative community that promotes the circulation of research and ideas.
The Journal of International Relations, Peace Studies, and Development is a high-quality, peer-reviewed academic periodical dedicated to quantitative and qualitative research of political, legal, economic, social and cultural issues within International Relations, Peace Studies, and Development Studies. This inaugural issue focuses on an open theme exhibiting scholarly works on the role of civil society and environmental issues in international relations, the current diplomatic landscape, the war on terror and the role of information in promoting equality and democracy.
The Bryn Mawr Review of Comparative Literature is an on-line journal whose purpose is to make available in a timely fashion reviews of new books in the field. It is modeled on its sister journal, Bryn Mawr Classical Review, which has been highly successful in circulating reviews soon after publication. The editors hope to reflect the evolving, dynamic nature of Comparative Literature in the range of books covered, from studies of national literatures to theoretical, interdisciplinary and cultural inquiries.
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.
Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality (Journals)
Welcome to the Journal of Privacy and Confidentiality.
It was Steve Fienberg's wish that the Journal continue its activities, and the editorial team has been reassigning the roles previously so efficiently handled by Steve and Kira Bokalders at Carnegie Mellon University. We have been working on establishing a new website at http://www.journalprivacyconfidentiality.org.
The new website is now open.
Please submit your manuscript at http://www.journalprivacyconfidentiality.org. Should you encounter any difficulties, please contact the Editors at firstname.lastname@example.org or Managing Editor Lars Vilhuber at email@example.com.
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.
From the Introduction to Volume 1 Issue 1:
"This publication is dedicated to the advancement of scholarship in the field of law in which the contours of "justice" are most profoundly defined. -- Bruce A. Antkowiak"
Gathered Fragments (Catholic Historical Society)Gathered Fragments is the journal of the Catholic Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania. Issues are released yearly and are available for ordering immediately through the Catholic Historical Society website. After two years, issues are made freely available through Duquesne Scholarship Collection. See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
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.
Four Quarters (University Publications)
Four Quarters was a literary magazine published quarterly during the academic year, aimed at focusing the practice and appreciation of writing in the Catholic tradition and more particularly at fixing a channel of expression for Faculty, Alumni, and Students of La Salle College, the Brothers of the Christian Schools, and selected outside contributors.
The Graduate Annual provides a collection of the best master’s and doctoral theses, capstones, projects and abstracts at La Salle University for a calendar year.
The Lasalle University “Histories” Club is a student historical society born from an unending love of the past and a passion to never look forward without first looking behind. The Histories Club then, dedicates itself to the ideas, customs, and culture of the past so that in this each member seeks to preserve and promulgate what once was in hopes that, by such acts of enlightenment thus fostered by this institution, it may be again.
With love, honor, and reverence The Histories dare to remember what and whom the rest of the world has nearly forgotten.
About Vietnam Generation
Published between 1989 and 1996, Vietnam Generation served as a premier source of essays, artwork, poetry and other materials for the field of Vietnam War studies. When the journal ceased publication, the Vietnam Generation archives were sent to the Connelly Library Department of Special Collections. Vietnam Generation is now part of The Connelly Library’s renowned Imaginative Representations of the Vietnam War Collection.
FIRE: Forum for International Research in Education is an international, peer-reviewed publication promoting interdisciplinary scholarship on the use of internationally comparative data for evidence-based and innovative change in educational systems, schools, and classrooms worldwide. FIRE publishes articles, book reviews, research essays and bibliographies three times per year. Some issues are thematic. Except for book reviews and bibliographies, all manuscripts submitted to FIRE are blind peer-reviewed. Theoretical and methodological pluralism is welcomed and encouraged by the journal editor, editorial team, and advisory board. FIRE is indexed in EBSCO's Academic Search Premier, Google Scholar, and ERIC.
Arbitration Law Review (Law Reviews and Journals)
The Arbitration Law Review is a student-edited publication done in a law review format. The Arbitration Law Review is a unique publication among those which cover dispute resolution, in that it is currently the only scholarly legal journal dedicated to covering both U.S. domestic and international developments in arbitration and other dispute resolution procedures. The Review publishes scholarly articles resulting from an annual symposium, as well as student pieces on recent case law, legislative enactments, arbitral decisions, and reviews of current dispute resolution literature.
The U.S. Supreme Court continues to show substantial interest in the law of arbitration and to favor this form of adjudication. State and federal courts generally embrace alternative means of resolving disputes. Arbitration, mediation, and negotiation are now a genuine part of the U.S. legal system and law practice. Additionally, arbitration has become critical to global commerce, and mediation is used in many countries to avoid litigation. The Review fulfills the need for the professional discussion of developments in these areas.
Originally titled The Dickinson Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, The Penn State Environmental Law Review was published from 1992 to 2011, and provided a forum for articles in the traditional realm of environmental law, as well as risk assessment, toxicology and epidemiology.
Penn State International Law Review (Law Reviews and Journals)
Originally the Dickinson Journal of International Law, the Penn State International Law Review (ILR) was established in 1982 and was Pennsylvania's first internationally focused student-edited law journal. Publication ceased in 2011.
The Penn State International Law Review published articles on public and private international law written by leading government (domestic and foreign) officials, legal scholars, private practitioners, and law students.
Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs (Law Reviews and Journals)
The Journal publishes twice a year with one issue comprising scholarly articles and the other issue focusing on student comments on developments of international law and current issues.
The Journal promotes academic and public discourse at the intersection of law and international affairs, featuring contributions in the areas of public and private international law, international relations, comparative law and politics, geography, economics, history, and policy issues in the various sciences. We cover a range of timely topics including but not limited to: global economy, international crimes, human rights, counter-terrorism, international trade, intellectual property, sports and entertainment law. We promise to publish a diverse range of articles on current international law issues and developments.
All JLIA issues are available online and indexed by LEXIS and Westlaw.
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
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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.
The Bodine Journal highlights the research covered by the Department of Radiation Oncology at Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University. It is my pleasure to show the depth and breadth of our organization and the talent of our staff and faculty. We welcome any comments and suggestions.
CenterPieces (Center for Applied Research on Aging and Health)
Newsletter of the Center for Applied Research on Aging and Health (CARAH)
Sharing our activities in research, education & clinical innovation to advance healthy aging.
THIS PUBLICATION HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED
The Center seeks to enhance the quality of life for people as they age through research, training of health professionals and facilitation of evidence-based clinical service. This is accomplished through theory-driven research with practical health care and quality of life implications. The Center seeks to develop models for translation of research into clinical practice, as well as explore opportunities for academic-community partnerships. We encourage and facilitate interdisciplinary approaches to problems of public health importance covering the topics of physical frailty, dementia care, end of life comfort care, healthy aging, aging at home in place and quality of life issues.
Collaborative Healthcare: Interprofessional Practice, Education and Evaluation (JCIPE) (Jefferson Center for InterProfessional Education)
The Interprofessional Education and Care e-newsletter is a tri-annual on-line peer-reviewed newsletter which stimulates discussions around interprofessional education and care. Feel free to view, print and distribute this publication to your networks.
Gibbon Surgical Review (Department of Surgery)
The Gibbon Surgical Review (GSR) is a non-peer reviewed journal for medical school students to publish articles about the opportunities at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. This biannual journal is headed by the John H. Gibbon Jr. Surgical Society, and focuses around editorial and opinion pieces about some of the exciting surgical opportunities that are developing in the surgery department, and the university in general.
Currents is the energy conservation newsletter for Thomas Jefferson University.
Jefferson Journal of Psychiatry (Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior)
PUBLICATION OF THE JEFFERSON JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY HAS BEEN SUSPENDED. FOR INQUIRES, PLEASE CONTACT email@example.com
The Jefferson Journal of Psychiatry is published by the Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Its mission is the publication of clinical research and clinical writing by residents in psychiatry everywhere; a mission, so far as we are aware, that is unique among psychiatric journals. The editorial board, other than an advisor from the Department's faculty, is composed entirely of residents, including the editor-in-chief.
Jefferson Surgical Solutions (Department of Surgery)
Jefferson Surgical Solutions is published by Thomas Jefferson University and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. It is a semiannual publication for friends and colleagues of Jefferson's Department of Surgery.
Information in Jefferson Surgical Solutions is not intended to provide advice on personal medical matters or to substitute for consultation with a physician.
The Department of Medicine published the newsletter Translations.THIS PUBLICATION HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED
The name "Translations" represents a fundamental aspect of our mission: translating information from the basic science laboratory, seminal clinical trials, and outcomes research to improvements in patient care as well as student and postgraduate education. While the completion of the human genome project and technologic advances in high throughput genotyping, robotics, and the molecular biology of many human diseases have resulted in an explosion of new therapies and devices, it is often difficult to keep track of these many advances, much less identify what novel resources are available at Jefferson to help in care of the patient.
The issues of Translations will inform you about the department's ongoing research, clinical, and educational activities, so that both doctors and patients are able to take better advantage of the range of opportunities available at Jefferson.
JeffHOPE: Health Opportunities, Prevention & Education
We passionately commit ourselves to treat the underserved men, women, and children of Philadelphia, embracing the values of kindness, equality, and excellence. We accomplish this mission by providing free, quality care to all, through student-run clinics; educating our patients on their health and how to maintain it; advocating for improved patient care; and teaching each other to become stronger clinicians. We aim to empower these individuals to regain their footing and climb out of poverty.
JHN Journal (Department of Neurosurgery)
The JHN Journal is published by Thomas Jefferson University and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. It is a semiannual publication for friends and colleagues of Jefferson's Department of Neurological Surgery.
Information in the JHN Journal is not intended to provide advice on personal medical matters or to substitute for consultation with a physician.
Office of Diversity & Inclusion Initiatives Newsletter (Office of Diversity and Inclusion)The newsletter from the Office of Diversity & Inclusion, intended to reach our students, residents, and faculty and spread awareness about diversity initiatives at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University!
Population Health Matters (Formerly Health Policy Newsletter) (Jefferson College of Population Health)
The mission of the Jefferson College of Population Health is to prepare leaders with global vision to develop, implement, and evaluate health policies and systems that improve the health of populations and thereby enhance the quality of life.
Population Health Matters is a quarterly newsletter designed to further the mission of the College of Population Health by highlighting initiatives that have policy implications at the local, regional, or national levels. Population Health Matters is governed by an editorial board composed of Thomas Jefferson University faculty and expert stakeholders.
Prescriptions for Excellence in Health Care Newsletter Supplement (Jefferson College of Population Health)
A collaboration between Jefferson School of Population Health and Eli Lilly and Company
Prescriptions for Excellence in Health Care is devoted to the quality improvement agenda. Change, in regulations, technology, and quality measurement, to name a few, is accelerating exponentially. Amid this constant change, it is challenging for health care professionals to remain current on the programs and initiatives being implemented. To help address this issue, Jefferson's College of Population Health has partnered with Eli Lilly and Company to produce this newsletter. Together, we aim to provide you with essential information from the quality improvement and patient safety arenas.
Sci-Tech News (ISSN 0036-8059) is published quarterly (March, May, September, December) by the Chemistry, Engineering, and Science-Technology Divisions, the Aerospace Section of the Engineering Division, and the Materials Research and Manufacturing Section of the Chemistry Division of the Special Libraries Association.
ISSN 2325-2863The Jefferson Medicine Forum (TJM) is an annual publication of scholarly works produced by Thomas Jefferson University Hospital's Internal Medicine residents. TJM includes a wide variety of case presentations, individual research pursuits, reviews of interesting medical topics, and provocative images reflecting important disease processes. https://doi.org/10.29046/TMF
Value-Based Purchasing Newsletter (Jefferson College of Population Health)THIS PUBLICATION HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED
Value-Based Purchasing is a quarterly newsletter intended to help employers become more effective purchasers of health benefits on behalf of their employees. Contents include tools and practical strategies for employers, as well as evaluative findings and opportunities for readers to share their experiences.
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Bellwether Magazine (School of Veterinary Medicine)
Bellwether magazine is distributed to alumni and friends of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. First published in October 1981, the magazine features stories about clinical and research innovations at the school, as well as faculty, staff, and alumni updates. Current issues are available on the journal's homepage.
Bibliotheca Dantesca: Annual Journal of Research Studies (Center for Italian Studies)
“Bibliotheca Dantesca” is an international peer-reviewed journal dedicated to all tendencies in Dante studies. The annual volumes of the journal will host both essays in English related to traditional areas of study and contributions linked to research developed in recent decades, such as digital humanities, material culture, Mediterranean studies, history of emotions, gender studies, etc. The aim of the journal is to offer the scholarly world a series of interdisciplinary reflections that can contribute to the development of all aspects of contemporary work on Dante, particularly in view of the fast-approaching seventh centenary of the poet’s death.
Introductory text for Capitalism and History.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Digital Proceedings of the Lawrence J. Schoenberg Symposium on Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age (Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies (SIMS))
The Lawrence J. Schoenberg Symposium on Manuscript Studies in the Digital Age is organized by the Schoenberg Center for Electronic Text and Image (SCETI) in partnership with the Free Library of Philadelphia. It brings together scholars from around the world and across disciplines to present research related to the study of manuscript books and documents produced before the age of printing and to discuss the role of digital technologies in advancing manuscript research. Whether relying on traditional methods of scholarship or exploring the potential of new technologies, the research presented in these proceedings highlights the value of the manuscript book or document in understanding our intellectual heritage.
For more information on the symposium, go to http://www.library.upenn.edu/exhibits/lectures/ljs_symposium.html.
The symposium is made possible thanks to the generous support of Library overseers Lawrence J. Schoenberg and Barbara Brizdle. For more information on Schoenberg Collection and the Schoenberg Database of Manuscripts, go to http://www.library.upenn.edu/exhibits/lectures/ljs_symposium.html and http://dla.library.upenn.edu/dla/schoenberg/index.html.
Discentes (Classical Studies at Penn)
Discentes is the undergraduate Classics journal at the University of Pennsylvania. Our mission is simple: to publish the highest quality of Classical research at the undergraduate level. Discentes accepts research papers and Greek and Latin translations from students globally. Authors need not feel limited in their scope; any scholarship ranging from Art History to Archaeology is welcome, connected only by the umbrella of Classical Studies. As an intercollegiate, undergraduate, and academic enterprise, Discentes hopes to provide an invaluable, open-access reference tool for the student Classicist.
Graduate Studies Journal of Organizational Dynamics (Organizational Dynamics Programs)Graduate Studies Journal of Organizational Dynamics (GSJOD) publishes scholarly papers written by students of the Organizational Dynamics graduate studies program. Papers are encouraged across a broad range of approaches including qualitative, quantitative, field, laboratory, meta-analytic, descriptive, normative, case, theoretic, multi- and trans-disciplinary, and/or those that use combination methods of inquiry or commentary.
The History of Anthropology Newsletter has been a venue for publication and conversation on the many histories of the discipline of anthropology since 1973. This is a repository of back issues; we also publish publish news, essays, reviews, and bibliographies on our website.
In Situ (Department of Anthropology)Our annually published journal, In Situ is comprised of undergraduate anthropological research with contributions from students all over Penn's campus. Undergraduate research is vital to the university and we are honored to present such innovative and passionate work, year after year.
Journal of Student Nursing Research (School of Nursing)
The Organization of Student Nursing Research (OSNR) is a organization at Penn that promotes awareness of current nursing research and encourage students to get involved in research, in a way that interests them. It is a forum for students to voice their views on current nursing-related topics and serve as an opportunity for students to publish their work in a student-run research journal--The Journal of Student Nursing Research (JOSNR).
We welcome all interested students to get involved in our organization as a regular member or to take on officer/editorship positions. It is a great opportunity to improve writing and editing skills and meet other students who are passionate about research and academia. If you are interested or have any questions, please e-mail us at .
Journal of the Penn Manuscript Collective (Penn Manuscript Collective)
The Penn Manuscript Collective is a collaborative humanities research initiative. It is managed by Penn undergraduates, supervised by Professor Peter Stallybrass, and supported by The Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts. We seek to involve students of all levels of expertise in manuscript transcription and research. The Journal contains some of the Collective members' best work and showcases the kind of projects that the Collective seeks to foster.
Kislak Papers: Studies From the Collections of The University of Pennsylvania Libraries (The Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts)
Introductory text for Kislak Papers: Studies From the Collections of The University of Pennsylvania Libraries.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Manuscript Studies (The Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts)
Welcome to the open access issues of Manuscript Studies: A Journal of the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, published by the University of Pennsylvania Press! Articles and Annotations are openly available on ScholarlyCommons one year after publication.
Manuscript Studies embraces the full complexity of global manuscript studies in the digital age. It has been conceived with four main goals in mind. First, to bridge the gaps between material and digital manuscript research; second, to break down the walls which often separate print and digital publication and serve as barriers between academics, professionals in the cultural heritage field, and citizen scholars; third, to serve as a forum for scholarship encompassing pre-modern manuscripts cultures from around the world; and finally to showcase methods and techniques of analysis in manuscript studies that can be applied across different subject areas.
For more information about Manuscript Studies and to subscribe, visit the Penn Press website for Manuscript Studies.
Momentum is the undergraduate research journal of the Science, Technology and Society (STSC) program at the University of Pennsylvania. Initiated in the spring semester of 2012, the journal seeks to showcase the wide variety of work done both by students in the STSC major and minor and by other students throughout the university whose work is related to our program.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Pathways: A Journal of Humanistic and Social Inquiry (Penn Center for Minority-Serving Institutions)Pathways: A Journal of Social and Humanistic Inquiry is a peer-reviewed journal associated with the HSI Pathways to the Professoriate Program, which is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. To learn more about the HSI Pathways to the Professoriate Program, visit our website.
To peruse previous editions of the Penn History Review, please use the "Browse" drop down menu on the left side of the page to choose a specific volume and issue.
Founded in 1991, the Penn History Review is a journal for undergraduate historical research. Published twice a year through the Department of History, the journal is a non-profit publication produced by and primarily for undergraduates. The editorial board of the Review is dedicated to publishing the most original and scholarly research submitted for our consideration. For more information about submissions, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pennhistoryreview
Penn McNair Research Journal (McNair Scholars)
McNair Scholars participate in research training and scholarly experiences through the four modules and other related activities, which include performing research under the guidance of a faculty mentor, and attendance at professional meetings and national conferences.
Penn McNair Research Program students should complete this Author Agreement (PDF) and submit it with their thesis. Once received, the electronic version of the thesis will then be uploaded onto this site.
Saudade: Uma revista on line: trabalhos de estudantes de Língua Portuguesa (Saudade Projects)The objective of this journal is to publish the original work produced by students of Portuguese. Each volume will cover specific themes related to the lusophone culture and language.
ISSN 2474-6622 (online)
SPICE: Student Perspectives on Institutions, Choices & Ethics, the undergraduate journal of the Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE) department, is published yearly in print and online.
SPICE accepts submissions from undergraduate students in all majors within Penn. Articles submitted will be evaluated for publication based on the decisions of the editorial board - comprised largely of PPE majors - and referees, who are chosen by the editorial board and who must be undergraduates at Penn.
Please send all inquiries about the journal to email@example.com
Studies in Visual Communication (Annenberg School for Communication)
Studies in Visual Communication (SVC) grew out of the pioneer Studies in the Anthropology of Visual Communication (SAVICOMM) that was launched in 1974 under the auspices of the American Anthropological Association and edited by Sol Worth of the Annenberg School at Penn. The journal signaled a revival of scholarly work in visual media and communication, following on the earlier work of Margaret Mead, Gregory Bateson and others in the 1930s, and stimulated by Sol Worth and John Adair’s groundbreaking Navaho Film Project of the late 1960s. The first issues of SAVICOM included work by eminent scholars Howard Becker and George Gerbner, and the first translations of the work of filmmaker Jean Rouch. Becker’s article “Photography and Sociology” is commonly accepted as one of the foundational works in visual sociology. In Vol. 2, no. 2 Jay Ruby wrote “Is an Ethnographic Film a Filmic Ethnography?”– one of the foundational works in visual anthropology.
To learn more about the history of Studies in Visual Communication, including a list of notable issues, visit About This Journal.
The Library Chronicle (The Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts)
University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics (Department of Linguistics)
The University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics (PWPL) are published by the Penn Graduate Linguistics Society, the organization of linguistics graduate students at the University of Pennsylvania.
PWPL publishes two volumes per year:
- Proceedings of the annual Penn Linguistics Conference (PLC)
- Selected Papers from New Ways of Analyzing Variation (NWAV)
In addition, we publish an occasional volume of working papers written by students and faculty in the department.
wH2O The Journal of Gender and Water is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed academic journal for gender and water around the world.
Our vision is to publish an annual journal, and to provide a centralized hub for gender, water and sanitation information, research, and discussion.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Working Papers in Educational Linguistics (WPEL) is a student managed journal that presents work primarily by students and faculty within the University of Pennsylvania community. WPEL's focus is on research specifically related to areas of educational linguistics. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, second language acquisition, sociolinguistics, interlanguage pragmatics, language planning and policy, literacy, TESOL methods and materials, bilingual education, classroom research on language and literacy, discourse analysis, computer assisted language learning, language and gender, language and the professions, and language related curriculum design. WPEL is abstracted in LLBA and ERIC databases. WPEL also maintains an exchange with other working papers.
Working Papers in Educational Linguistics
Language and Literacy in Education Group
Graduate School of Education
3700 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6216
Phone: 215-898-3288 Fax: 215-573-2109
East Asia Law Review (University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review)
The East Asia Law Review is committed to addressing current legal developments in East Asia by providing a forum for scholars and students to contribute to the development of legal affairs in the region.
In 2015, East Asia Law Review changed its title to the University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review.
JCL Online (University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law)
JCL Online is part of the Journal’s larger strategic vision of fostering academic discourse on cutting-edge issues in constitutional law. Volume 14 established JCL Online, originally called Heightened Scrutiny, as the Journal’s online supplement, and Volume 15 was the first edition to be formally published as a companion to our print edition.
Essays published on JCL Online in Volume 16 or earlier may be cited as U. Pa. J. Const. L. Height. Scrutiny. Thereafter, cite to U. Pa. J. Const. L. Online.
Journal of Law and Public Affairs (Penn Law Journals)
The Journal of Law & Public Affairs is an independent journal, produced by students at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, that aims to publish thought-provoking articles on contemporary federal, state, and local policies. The Journal is non-partisan and designed to serve as a research tool for policymakers, practitioners, judges, students, and all interested readers.
Penn Law Journal (Alumni Publications)The Penn Law Journal and its predecessor titles date back to 1965. Below you will find almost the entire back run in fully searchable form.
University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review (Penn Law Journals)
The University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review is committed to addressing legal developments in Asia by providing a forum for scholars and students to contribute to the development of legal affairs in the region. To further this end, we publish and distribute a leading journal and host a variety of events at Penn Law. The University of Pennsylvania Asian Law Review continues the East Asia Law Review.
University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law (Penn Law Journals)
The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law is an expansion of the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business and Employment Law, which has published cutting-edge business and employment scholarship for more than a decade.
Founded in 1997, the Journal publishes articles and comments on a broad range of business law topics including corporate governance, securities regulation, capital market regulation, employment law and the law of mergers and acquisitions.
The Journal of Business Law is published in four standard issues each year. Please address all correspondence related to the Journal to the attention of the Managing Editor.
Visit our site at https://www.law.upenn.edu/journals/jbl/
Journal of Business Law
University of Pennsylvania Law School
3501 Sansom Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6204
Telephone: (215) 898-9289
Facsimile: (215) 573-2025
University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law (Penn Law Journals)
The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law provides a forum for the interdisciplinary study of and rigorous analysis of constitutional law. To that end, The Journal cultivates innovative scholarship, promotes critical perspectives, and reinvents the traditional study of constitutional law.
To encourage dialogue about the Constitution within and between diverse communities, The Journal hosts an annual symposium and publishes via both print and electronic media.
From this site you can read our current issue, browse back issues, and access our online companion, Journal of Constitutional Law Online.
University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law (Penn Law Journals)
First printed in 1978 as the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Comparative Corporate Law and Securities Regulation, the Journal of International Law (JIL) is the oldest topically focused journal at Penn Law and widely recognized as one of the top international law journals in the world.
JIL publishes scholarship on diverse issues ranging from international economic law to international human rights and environmental regulation. The Journal continues to work with preeminent authors on articles regarding private international transactions, international governmental regulation, and empirical research on the effects of international law on world economies. One issue per year is devoted to scholarship arising from the annual JIL Symposium.Visit our site at https://www.law.upenn.edu/journals/jil/ or email us.
University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law and Social Change (Penn Law Journals)
The University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law & Social Change (JLASC) is a progressive, student-run journal and seminar that espouses an interdisciplinary scholarly approach to challenge social injustice. JLASC is unique among Penn Law Journals both in our mission and process. All journal members participate in journal decision-making by collectively reviewing, selecting and editing each piece of scholarship.Visit our site at https://www.law.upenn.edu/journals/jlasc/ or email us.
University of Pennsylvania Law Review (Penn Law Journals)
The Law Review has both a professional and an educational mission. It serves the legal profession, the bench, the bar, and the academy by providing a forum for the publication of original legal research of the highest quality. We accept and scrutinize approximately 2,000 written submissions annually to select approximately twelve articles in each volume.
University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online (University of Pennsylvania Law Review)
The University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online, formerly known as PENNumbra, is pleased to host debates between respected scholars on current controversies, responses to scholarly articles published by the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, short essays, and case notes written by current editors of the Law Review.