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Asia Pacific Perspectives

Asia Pacific Perspectives (APP) (ISSN: 2167-1699) is an international, peer-reviewed electronic journal that promotes cross-cultural understanding, tolerance, and the dissemination of knowledge about the Asia Pacific. The editors welcome submissions from all fields of the social sciences and the humanities that focus on the Asia Pacific, especially those adopting a comparative, interdisciplinary approach to issues of interrelatedness in the region. The journal facilitates academic discussions among both established scholars in the field and advanced graduate students. APP is published twice each year by the University of San Francisco Center for Asia Pacific Studies.

Bearing Witness: Joyce Carol Oates Studies (Gleeson Library | Geschke Center)

ISSN 2373-275X

"One of the little-understood responsibilities of the artist is to bear witness—in almost a religious sense—to certain things ... the experience of suffering, the humiliation of any form of persecution."
—Joyce Carol Oates, 1982

We invite submissions on all aspects of Joyce Carol Oates's writing, and are particularly interested in submissions treating those works and genres that have yet to receive significant critical attention.

Black Educology Mixtape "Journal"

The Black Educology Mixtape "Journal" is a collective of Black folx working to amplify and empower without the white gaze. The journal goes beyond the scope of academics to recognize the movers and shakers of emancipatory movements. We imagine this journal as a vehicle toward revolution. To that extent, this journal informs, confers, and collaborates with educational voices across the Black diaspora. Our scope and sequence focuses on the past, present, and future of Black education caught in the underbelly of western education.

The Black Educology Mixtape "Journal" is an open-access mixtape that moves beyond academic articles to feature various art forms and voices that are typically muted. Though traditional mixtapes only include songs, the Journal of Black Educology highlights text, audio, images, transcripts, zines, and lyrics.

The main tenets of Black Educology’s educational vision are rooted in Critical Race Theory with a focus on counter storytelling, Black Critical Theory, Afro-Pessimism, and Black Educational Epistemology. Our work is grounded in creating albums that are both revolutionary and emancipatory in the name of love, study, struggle and refusal.

Conexión Queer: Revista Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Teologías Queer

ISSN 2545-8728

About Conexión Queer: Revista Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Teologías Queer

Conexión Queer is a peer-reviewed academic online journal which is published yearly. It welcomes contributions from both established and younger scholars working on the intersection of religion, gender, and sexuality. We welcome articles with a glocalized focus as well as contributions at the cutting edge of theoretical debates that would address particularities in different parts of the world, thus giving a voice to new experiences and analysis. We are intentionally interested in scholarly works from Latin America and the Caribbean as well as Asia, Oceania, and Africa, which would enrich and nurture both dialogue and collaboration with queer theologies on a global scale.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

International Journal of Human Rights Education

ISSN 2691-8633

The International Journal of Human Rights Education is an independent, double-blind, peer-reviewed, open-access, online journal dedicated to the examination of the theory, philosophy, research, and praxis central to the field of human rights education. This journal seeks to be a central location for critical thought in the field as it continues to expand.

Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology

ISSN 1930-9147

The Journal of Hispanic / Latino Theology is the preeminent, peer-reviewed journal for Latinx Christian scholarship in systematic, pastoral and practical theology, scriptures, ethics, religious history, and U.S. Latinx cultures. Founded in 1993, the JHLT is published by ACHTUS, the Academy of Catholic Hispanic Theologians of the United States. We showcase the work of thinkers from every religious and ethno-racial background on the religio-cultural condition of Latino/as in the United States. Our disciplinary mainstay is U.S. Latina/o theological studies — an enterprise evermore informed by transnational and trans-historical perspectives, intercultural theorization, and interdisciplinary research drawing from fields outside religious studies. The Journal publishes three to four issues annually, each comprising up to a half-dozen articles and essays, and any number of book reviews.


— Orlando Espín, Chief Editor


Journal of Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Scholarship

The Journal of Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Scholarship publishes articles and creative works that facilitate conversation on research, theory, fiction, concepts, and practice on a range of topics across diverse educational, sociopolitical, artistic, and cultural contexts.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Nursing Communication

Nursing Communication, a peer-reviewed, on-line, open access journal, publishes the finest empirical research concerning the communicative behavior of nurses. Scholars of communication, nursing, medicine, public health, psychology, sociology, and other related fields of study are invited to submit manuscripts. Contributors have three options: original research/major article, research brief, and literature review. Investigations employing any empirical method―with a sound experimental design―are considered. Nursing Communication publishes semi-annually.

Ontario Review

ISSN 0316-4055

Ontario Review, A North American Journal of the Arts, was published from 1974 to 2008 by Raymond J. Smith and Joyce Carol Oates. This site is an online archive of the print journal.

University of San Francisco Law Review

Welcome to the University of San Francisco Law Review's Scholarship Repository page.

The University of San Francisco Law Review is a student-run organization staffed and managed by students of the University of San Francisco School of Law. Its primary purpose is to publish a journal of legal scholarship.