The Electronic Journals platform provides a full suite of services for creating and hosting on-line journals, including mechanisms for article submission, peer-review workflow, journal layout, reader access, and long term archiving. OJS will be of interest to Memorial University faculty who are planning to launch a new electronic journal, those who are looking for an electronic delivery platform for journals that currently exist only in paper, or those who would like to repatriate an electronic journal currently hosted elsewhere. Students will also be welcome to participate in the project, and the library will provide technical support to those interested in creating an on-line journal, or an on-line version of an existing journal. For more information please contact Lisa Goddard.
Regional Language Studies...Newfoundland
The periodical Regional Language Studies...Newfoundland (RLS) has been supported by the English Department, at times jointly with the Folklore Department, since 1968. Its original aims have been maintained and developed since then: to spread information about all aspects of linguistics, to print bibliographies, especially to present articles on regional vocabulary and meanings, and to examine place and family names.
RLS welcomes submissions from academics, students, and others on topics relating to Newfoundland languages. Articles on non-English language topics in the Newfoundland and Labrador context are also encouraged.
Medical Education Scholarship Forum Proceedings
The annual Medical Education Scholarship Forum is hosted by the Medical Education and Scholarship Centre, Faculty of Medicine, at Memorial University of Newfoundland. The forum provides participants with an opportunity to network with colleagues from the Faculty of Medicine to discuss innovation and scholarship in medical education. The forum features oral presentations and posters focusing on a range of topics applicable to undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate, and continuing medical education/continuing professional development. Abstracts of all forum presentations are available in the proceedings.
Linguistica Atlantica, the journal of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association (APLA), publishes articles on descriptive and theoretical linguistics. APLA was founded in 1977 to promote the study of languages and linguistics in Eastern Canada and was recognized in 1992 as a national organization by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The Association hosts an annual conference each fall at a centre of higher education in the area and publishes the papers presented. Topics cover all areas of linguistics.
Proto-type is an online journal of undergraduate research and scholarship for the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University of Newfoundland.
The Phenomenon of Singing
The Phenomenon of Singing is an International Symposium and an integral academic component of Festival 500, Newfoundland's celebrated international choral festival. The Symposium attracts international scholars, pedagogues and artists who come to engage with others in interdisciplinary discourse through the presentations of research, lecture-recitals, panels, poster sessions and roundtable dialogues. Presentations address a variety of aspects of singing and the voice including artistic, physiological, cultural, sociological, historical, pedagogical, psychological, creative/compositional... and more. The Symposium aims to gather international expertise, provide a forum for interdisciplinary discussion, performance and the dissemination of research, and generate further knowledge relating to the phenomenon of singing.
Intersectionalities: A Global Journal of Social Work Analysis, Research, Polity, and Practice
Intersectionalities is a peer-reviewed, open access journal sponsored by Memorial University's School of Social Work. The journal is international in scope, and publishes articles relating to social work analysis, research, polity, and practice.
at the EDGE
At the Edge is a peer-reviewed, open access online journal that showcases the work of emerging scholars, particularly in the fields of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century literature and culture, or on Romanticism very broadly defined. At the Edge welcomes submissions from a wide variety of critical, theoretical, and interdisciplinary perspectives. In addition to essays that take more traditional approaches to literary and cultural research and writing, we strongly encourage innovative and creative forms of scholarly engagement that expand the genre of academic writing to reflect the changes and possibilities of publishing in a digital environment.
Analecta Hermeneutica is the annual refereed journal of the International Institute for Hermeneutics (IIH). It provides an intellectual forum for interdisciplinary, inter-religious, and international hermeneutic research. The journal publishes research in the form of articles, reviews, and other scholarly contributions in all hermeneutically related fields, with a particular focus on philosophy, theology, and comparative literature. We invite scholars from various linguistic communities to contribute innovative and critical articles to the hermeneutic conversation. Although the primary language of Analecta Hermeneutica is English, articles in German, French, Italian, and Spanish are welcome. They will be published accompanied by an English abstract. All submissions are subject to peer review.
Journal of Macrodynamic Analysis
This is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to the scholarly exploration of the method of functional specialization and its implementation in any field.
Mapping Politics is an annual peer-reviewed journal produced by students in the Political Science department at Memorial University in St. John's, Newfoundland. We welcome submissions from Memorial students in all areas of political science including Newfoundland and Labrador politics, Canadian politics, international relations, media and politics, comparative politics, and political theory.
Postscript: A Journal of Graduate Criticism and Theory
***PLEASE NOTE*** Postscript is not accepting new submissions at this time.
Postscript is an interdisciplinary journal published through the Department of English Language and Literature at Memorial University. Contributors in any field of the humanities who are currently enrolled in graduate or post-graduate programs or are recent graduates are eligible to submit. Submissions considered for publication will be adjudicated by peer review. Postscript is an open access journal.