Journals

  • EuroAmerican Journal of Applied Linguistics and Languages

    E-JournALL is a web-based, peer-reviewed, open access, interdisciplinary, and multilingual academic journal.

    E-JournALL publishes outstanding research by talented researchers and practitioners in the areas of English, Italian, and Spanish applied linguistics.

    E-JournALL is free to read and charges no publication fees.

  • Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Literacy

    The Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Literacy (JMRL) is a funded academic platform that publishes interdisciplinary research at no cost. We place an emphasis on supporting underrepresented groups in academia. JMRL works with the Lives for Literacy Research Team in promoting research literacy to an international audience.

  • Revista Gerónimo de Uztáriz Aldizkaria

    The journal Gerónimo de Uztáriz, which we have been publishing since 1987, has served to disseminate the unpublished research results of a good number of professional historians, both established and new, always of great interest. Many of the articles in the journal have arisen precisely from the interventions in our activities, in which professors from the main universities and research centers on the topics covered have participated. Its content always consists of one or more monographic dossiers and specialized studies, often focused on the Contemporary History of Navarre, but with an important presence also of other spatial and chronological frameworks.

    The journal aims to disseminate the unpublished research results of a good number of professional historians. Many of the articles in the journal have arisen from interventions in the activities of the Instituto Gerónimo de Uztáriz, in which professors from the main universities and research centers on the subjects covered have participated. Its content always consists of one or more monographic dossiers and specialized studies, often focused on the Contemporary History of Navarre, but with an important presence of other spatial and chronological frameworks as well.

  • Journal of Systems Thinking

    The Journal of Systems Thinking (JoST) (ISSN 2767-3847) is a rolling, online-only, open-access, free-to-publish, double-blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to basic scientific research, innovation, and public understanding in the areas of Systems Thinking (cognitive complexity), Systems Mapping (visual complexity), Systems Leadership (organizational complexity), and Systems Science (ontological complexity). 

  • Teaching and Learning Excellence through Scholarship

    Founded in 2020, Teaching and Learning Excellence through Scholarship (TALES) is an open-access, peer-reviewed academic journal published by the Community College of Baltimore County. The first issue was published in August of 2021.

    TALES' primary goals are to publish original research articles that contribute to teaching and learning excellence.

  • Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal

    The Australian and New Zealand Maritime Law Journal aims to publish significant works of scholarship that make original contributions to different fields of maritime law.

  • Integrated Assessment Journal

    The Integrated Assessment Journal is not accepting submissions at this time.

    The Integrated Assessment Journal is an interdisciplinary publication aimed at addressing complex public policy challenges.

    • We invite articles on IA methodology. There are many challenges inherent in development of better processes for engaging the public in complex decisions. There are also numerous unaddressed issues in how to calibrate and validate complex integrated assessment models.
    • We invite articles on the theoretical challenges of integration across disciplines. These often involve bringing internal consistency to underlying assumptions of hitherto independent disciplinary knowledge.
    • We invite articles on applications of integrated assessment and evaluation of these in meeting participant, policy makers, and research needs.
    • We invite articles from the perspective of disciplinary experts who despair at the simplifications of their realm in integrated assessments. We would like to learn from them about vulnerabilities and errors inherent in such practices.

    The Integrated Assessment Journal is a publication of The Integrated Assessment Society (TIAS)

  • International Journal of Computational and Biological Intelligent Systems

    International Journal of Computational and Biological Intelligent Systems is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that covers the latest achievements in digital and biological impacts to system intelligence.

    We welcome original research papers and review articles that include clear questions, a framework of experimentations and analysis, and conclusions that reflect the aims of the paper.

  • Journal of Law in the Middle East

    The Journal of Law in the Middle East by LexisNexis is an open-access and peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to discussing the multitude of legal systems present in the Middle East, including Islamic Law, Common Law, and Civil Law. Read our most recent issue here.

    Stay tuned for more information on our call for submissions for the third issue in Spring 2023.

  • The Cohort: Journal of Depth Psychology and Somatic Inquiry

    The Cohort is comprised of depth psychological and somatic researchers, practitioners, and scholars writing at the intersection of the mind, the body, and the spirit. We believe in the agency of the author as well as the pursuit of honed, polished writing and communication. We also believe that scholarly ideas have a greater capacity to bloom when given the opportunity for open dialogue and generous comradery during the stages of writing, editing, and review.

  • Literacy in Composition Studies

    Literacy in Composition Studies (LiCS) is a refereed open access online journal that sponsors activity at the nexus of literacy and composition studies. We publish long-form scholarly articles and short-form pieces including book reviews, interviews, symposium essays, and work in new and emerging genres.

    LiCS is a member of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals and uses CrossRef to make research accessible and CLOCKSS to ensure preservation of digital content in perpetuity. 

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  • Journal of International Service - American University SIS

    The Journal of International Service is committed to fostering high-level scholarship in the international affairs field through a student peer-review process. A guided experience through the editorial process offers SIS graduate students the opportunity to participate in peer mentorship, see their name in print, and improve in-demand professional skills. 

  • American Journal of Translational Medicine

    American Journal of Translational Medicine (ISSN 2474 -7378 for print, ISSN 2474-7386 for online) is a peer-reviewed international biomedical journal publishing articles focusing on information derived from human experimentation so as to optimize the communication between basic and clinical science. The journal was published quarterly since 2017 by Hawaii Gangze Inc in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. The Editor-in-chief is currently Dr. Gang-Ming Zou. 

  • International Journal of Paramedicine

    A peer-reviewed scholarly journal for paramedicine / emergency medical services (EMS) professionals.

  • Journal of comprehensive Molecular science and genetics

    Journal of Comprehensive Molecular Science and Genetics is an open-access journal, we devoted to disseminate the forefront outcomes of in biology, biomedicine, neuroscience, pharmacology, and immunology, and futhermore making a modest contribution to the development of human medical health.

    Our aim is to provide an open access platform and make science open. Once published, the article is open access and freely available online.

  • Holistic Education Review

    The Holistic Education Review (HER) is the merging of three streams of academic publications on holistic education: The Holistic Educator Newsletter (HEN), The Holistic Education Review, and Encounter: Education for Meaning and Social Justice. While merging these streams together, HER is also the birth of a new publication: The Holistic Education Review journal. 

    Purpose of the Holistic Education Review:

    The Holistic Education Review (HER) Journal publishes two online, open-access journal issues per year and conducts additional educational activities for the holistic education community to enhance and broaden the scholarship of holistic education. We envision a holistic educational movement dedicated to the wellbeing and uplifting of human spirit on behalf of all life.

    History 

    HER represents an integration of threads from two previous publications.

    The first of these publications originated in 1988 when Ron Miller founded the original quarterly journal, Holistic Education Review and became the journal’s Editor. This journal was a repository for scholarly research in the emerging field of holistic education. After four years, Ron handed over editorial duties to Jeffrey Cane and publishing duties to Charles Jakiela. The HER changed its name to Encounter: Education for Meaning and Social Justice. Later, William Crain became Editor, and this journal folded in 2015.
     
    The second of these publications, The Holistic Educator Newsletter, began in 1991 as part of the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development’s (ASCD) Wholistic Education Network. Jack Miller served as Editor from 1996 until 2011, when Susan Schiller and Gary Babiuk assumed the editorial roles. Throughout the history of HEN, the newsletter has been published twice a year, Spring and Fall.
     
    In the summer of 2020, Susan and Gary asked Paul Freedman if he would assume the role of editor when they retired at the end of the year. Paul invited Laurel Tien and Renee Owen to join him as the new Editorial Team. Robin Martin has since joined the team.
     
    The second thread 
     
    The current editorial team is pleased to have brought these two streams together and to have both publications’ founders Jack Miller and Ron Miller involved on our Advisory Board. The new Holistic Education Review provides both a place for peer-reviewed scholarship as well as a hub for community members’ networking needs. 

    The mission of the Holistic Education Review is to: 

    The mission of the Holistic Education Review is to enhance and broaden the scholarship of holistic education, lift up diverse and emerging voices of holistic education practice, and connect the holistic education community.

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