Ancient Asia is the official continuous publication journal of the Society of South Asian Archaeology (SOSAA). The scope of the Ancient Asia is vast - from the Stone Age to modern times, including archaeology, history, anthropology, art, architecture, numismatics, iconography, ethnography and also various scientific aspects including archaeobotany and archaeozoology, including theoretical and methodological issues.View Journal Submit an Article
Archaeology International, produced annually since 1997, combines news about UCL Institute of Archaeology activities with refereed articles and information about on-going projects, carried out by Institute staff and students, or those with honorary affiliation. Papers reflect the broad geographical, theoretical and methodological scope of research at the Institute, including the research of its three main Sections (World Archaeology, Archaeological Sciences, and Heritage Studies), and its extensive global fieldwork presence. A double issue in 2011 marked the Institute of Archaeology’s 75th anniversary year, and the journal, including early issues is now available online and fully open access.View Journal Submit an Article
Architectural Histories is the international, blind peer-reviewed scholarly journal of the EAHN that creates a space where historically grounded research into all aspects of architecture and the built environment can be made public, consulted, and discussed. The journal is open to historical, historiographic, theoretical, and critical contributions that engage with architecture and the built environment from a historical perspective. For more information and how to submit a paper click here.View Journal Submit an Article
AJAR is an online Open Access peer-reviewed journal for all kinds of design research and scholarly research within the architectural field, and has been set up by the Architectural Research European Network Association (ARENA) network. It welcomes the submission of essays by doctoral students and younger researchers as well as by established architects and academics. Content for the journal will be organised under 4 sections: Design, Technology, Practice, Humanities.View Journal Submit an Article
The Bulletin of the History of Archaeology (BHA) was inaugurated nearly 19 years ago as a forum to exchange research, information on on-going projects, and resources solely devoted to the history of archaeology. Since that time it has become global in its reach and interests, but retains its focus on exchanging knowledge about the history of archaeology. BHA publishes research and reviews on all aspects of the history of archaeology.
Citizen Science: Theory and Practice is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal published by Ubiquity Press on behalf of the Citizen Science Association. It focuses on advancing the field of citizen science by providing a venue for citizen science researchers and practitioners - scientists, information technologists, conservation biologists, community health organizers, educators, evaluators, urban planners, and more - to share best practices in conceiving, developing, implementing, evaluating, and sustaining projects that facilitate public participation in scientific endeavors in any discipline.View Journal Submit an Article
The CODATA Data Science Journal is a peer-reviewed, open access, electronic journal, publishing papers on the management, dissemination, use and reuse of research data and databases across all research domains, including science, technology, the humanities and the arts. The scope of the journal includes descriptions of data systems, their implementations and their publication, applications, infrastructures, software, legal, reproducibility and transparency issues, the availability and usability of complex datasets, and with a particular focus on the principles, policies and practices for open data.
All data is in scope, whether born digital or converted from other sources.View Journal Submit an Article
Glocality is an open access Undergraduate Academic Journal, which offers a platform to college students around the world to publish their work and original research, exploring the relationship between local and global. We admit articles in the fields of Social Entrepreneurship, Civil Society, Urban Dynamics, and Health.View Journal Submit an Article
Glossa is dedicated to general linguistics. It publishes contributions from all areas of linguistics, provided they contain theoretical implications that shed light on the nature of language and the language faculty. Contributions should be of interest to all linguists, independently of their own specialisation.View Journal Submit an Article
Governance in Africa (GiA) is an open-access and peer-reviewed journal offering original research, expert commentary and policy briefings on a number of themes relevant to contemporary governance in Africa. Its objective is to build and consolidate knowledge in this field, to increase the reach and impact of research, and to influence policy at the highest levels.
GiA features contributions from multiple disciplines and subfields including politics, economics, international relations, environment, sociology, law, development and human rights.To submit a manuscript, click here. View Journal Submit an Article
Health Psychology Bulletin is a disruptive open access journal that encourages full disclosure and explicitly welcomes both direct and conceptual replications, null findings, reports of failed manipulations, as well as empirical papers and reviews.View Journal Submit an Article
Insights: the UKSG journal (2048-7754) aims to support UKSG's mission to connect the information community and encourage the exchange of ideas on scholarly communication, specifically to:
Provide a forum for the communication and exchange of ideas between the many stakeholders in the global knowledge community.
Disseminate news, information and publications, and raise awareness of services that support the scholarly information sector.View Journal Submit an Article
Founded in 1988, the International Review of Social Psychology publishes literature reviews, theoretical notes and empirical research in all areas of social psychology. Articles are written preferably in English but can also be written in French. The journal is directed at researchers, students and professionals in social psychology. The IRSP emphasizes scientific quality of its publications in every areas of social psychology. Submitted papers are reviewed by international experts. The journal was created to reflect research advances in a field where theoretical and fundamental questions inevitably convey social significance and implications. It is supported by ADRIPS (the "Association pour la Diffusion de la Recherche Internationale en Psychologie Sociale").
The journal is fully peer-reviewed and all articles are 100% open access.
The journal is indexed by the following services: PsycInfo, Scopus, Web of Science, CrossRef, JISC KB+, SHERPA RoMEO, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), and Google Scholar. In addition, all journals are available for harvesting via OAI-PMH.
The journal was previously published by Presses universitaires de Grenoble. Back content for this journal from 2015 and earlier can be found at https://www.cairn.info/revue-internationale-de-psychologie-sociale.htm
Créée en 1988, La Revue Internationale De Psychologie Sociale (RIPS) publie des synthèses critiques, des notes théoriques et des recherches empiriques dans tous les champs de la psychologie sociale. Les articles sont rédigés de préférence en anglais mais peuvent également être rédigés en français. La revue s’adresse à tous les chercheurs, étudiants, et professionnels de la psychologie sociale. La RIPS met l’accent sur la qualité des publications dans tous les domaines de la psychologie sociale. Les expertises des textes proposés sont réalisées par un comité de lecture international. Elle a été créée pour fournir un reflet de l’avancement de la recherche des théories dans une discipline où les préoccupations fondamentales sont toujours porteuses de significations et d’enjeux sociaux. La RIPS est soutenu par l’Association pour la Diffusion de la Recherche Internationale en Psychologie Sociale (ADRIPS).
Les revues d'Ubiquity Press sont indexées dans les bases suivantes : PsycInfo, Scopus, Web of Science, CrossRef, JISC KB+, SHERPA RoMEO, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), et Google Scholar. Par ailleurs, toutes les revues rentrent dans le cadre de l'Initiative des Archives Ouvertes (OAI-PMH).View Journal Submit an Article
The Journal of Circadian Rhythms is an open access, peer-reviewed online journal that publishes research articles dealing with circadian and nycthemeral (daily) rhythms in living organisms, including processes associated with photoperiodism and daily torpor.
The Journal of Circadian Rhythms aims to include both basic and applied research at any level of biological organization (molecular, cellular, organic, organismal, and populational). Studies of daily rhythms in environmental factors that directly affect circadian rhythms are also pertinent to the journal's mission.View Journal Submit an Article
The Journal of Conservation and Museum Studies is fully peer reviewed and Open Access. It contains research on conservation science, artefact studies, restoration, museum studies, environment studies, collection management and curation. Published from the UCL Institute of Archaeology from 1996 to 2002, the journal was relaunched in 2011 in collaboration with the British Library, with a newly constituted international editorial board.View Journal Submit an Article
The Journal of European Psychology Students (JEPS) is an open-access, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal for psychology students worldwide. JEPS is run by highly motivated European psychology students and has been publishing since 2009. By ensuring that authors are always provided with extensive feedback, JEPS gives psychology students the chance to gain experience in publishing and to improve their scientific skills. Furthermore, JEPS provides students with the opportunity to share their research and to take a first step toward a scientific career.
Submissions are welcomed at any time.
Register to submit your work online.
JIME is a peer reviewed open access online journal in educational technology that focuses on the implications and use of digital media in education. It aims to foster a multidisciplinary and intellectually rigorous debate on both the theory and practice of interactive media in education. JIME was launched in September, 1996.
JIME is planning some exciting special collections in the forthcoming year so we are not currently accepting other submissions. The forthcoming special collections that we are planning are: on the themes of Open Education (submissions now closed- see below); Mobile Learning and Designing for Learning.
NOTE: JIME is planning some exciting special issues so we are currently not seeking unsolicited papers and will only be considering papers that are related to our advertised special issues. Please look out for future calls for papers.View Journal Submit an Article
Journal of Molecular Signaling encompasses all the molecular aspects of cell signaling involving receptors, G-proteins, kinases, phosphatases, and transcription factors in regulating cell proliferation, differentiation, apoptosis, and oncogenesis in mammalian cells.
Full details of the journal's subject coverage and editorial policies can be found here.View Journal Submit an Article
The Journal of Open Archaeology Data (JOAD) features peer reviewed data papers describing archaeology datasets with high reuse potential. We work with a number of specialist and institutional data repositories to ensure that the associated data are professionally archived, preserved, and openly available. Equally importantly, the data and the papers are citable, and reuse is tracked.
JOAD data papers are relatively quick to create, and provide you with a peer-reviewed publication to gain credit for your data. Submit a paper today!View Journal Submit an Article
The Journal of Open Humanities Data (JOHD) features peer reviewed publications describing humanities data or techniques with high potential for reuse. Humanities subjects of interest to JOHD include, but are not limited to Art History, History, Linguistics, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Religious Studies, etc. Data that crosses one or more of these traditional disciplines are highly encouraged.View Journal Submit an Article
The Journal of Open Psychology Data (JOPD) features peer reviewed data papers describing psychology datasets with high reuse potential. Data papers may describe data from unpublished work, including replication research, or from papers published previously in a traditional journal. We are working with a number of specialist and institutional data repositories to ensure that the associated data are professionally archived, preserved, and openly available. Equally importantly, the data and the papers are citable, and reuse is tracked.View Journal Submit an Article
The Journal of Open Research Software (JORS) features peer reviewed Software Metapapers describing research software with high reuse potential. We are working with a number of specialist and institutional repositories to ensure that the associated software is professionally archived, preserved, and is openly available. Equally importantly, the software and the papers will be citable, and reuse will be tracked.
JORS also publishes full-length research papers that cover different aspects of creating, maintaining and evaluating open source research software. The aim of the section is to promote the dissemination of best practice and experience related to the development and maintenance of reusable, sustainable research software.View Journal Submit an Article
The journal Laboratory Phonology is the official journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology. It publishes reports on the scientific study of all phonological / phonetic aspects of spoken and signed language through scholarly exchange across disciplines, including all domains of linguistics (phonology, phonetics, syntax, morphology, semantics, pragmatics) as well as from related disciplines, including psychology, speech & hearing science, communication science, computer science, electrical & computer engineering, and other related fields.
The journal started in 2010. The first six volumes were published by De Gruyter Mouton. The articles in these volumes are freely available here.View Journal Submit an Article
MaHKUscript. Journal of Fine Art Research is a peer-reviewed international platform for artists, curators, theorists, research students and educators who consciously integrate research in their working practice.
MaHKUscript focuses on the situation and position of research in the current Fine Art domain. Starting from the specificity of Fine Art practice it investigates the meaning of research for art, education, dissemination and the development of topical curatorial strategies.View Journal Submit an Article
Open Health Data features peer-reviewed data papers describing health datasets with high reuse potential. We are working with a number of specialist and institutional data repositories to ensure that the associated data are professionally archived, preserved, and openly available. Equally importantly, the data and the papers are citable, and reuse will be tracked.View Journal Submit an Article
The Open Journal of Bioresources (OJB) features peer-reviewed short papers helping researchers to locate and cite bioresources with high reuse potential.
Making bioresources more openly discoverable has enormous benefits not only for the research community and the wider public, but for the producers of the bioresources as well. Both the resources and the OJB papers are citable and this will be tracked to provide authors with metrics on reuse and impact.View Journal Submit an Article
Open Quaternary is a fully open access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal, publishing contributions that consider the changing environment of the Quaternary as well as the development of humanity.
The journal focuses on all aspects of the Quaternary. This scope is intentionally broad, and covers a range of specialisms such as geomorphology, palaeoclimatology, palaeobotany, palynology, palaeontology, zooarchaeology, geoarchaeology, biological anthropology and Palaeolithic archaeology.
You can also read the Open Quaternary blog by clicking here.
Papers from the Institute of Archaeology (PIA) is a peer reviewed, open access journal that publishes research on all aspects of archaeology, museum studies, cultural heritage and conservation. We publish research papers and short reports. We also welcome reviews of conferences, exhibitions and books. We accept online submissions via the journal website. See author guidelines for further information or contact the editorial team.
Run by graduate students at the UCL Institute of Archaeology, the aim of PIA is to provide authors with experience in publishing articles early in their careers. We therefore place extra emphasis on the provision of peer review feedback and editorial assistance. We publish online as soon as articles are ready, so there is no delay in research being released and submissions can be sent throughout the year.
The cut off for submissions for the 2016 print journal closes mid January 2017. As 2017 is the 99th anniversary of votes for women in the UK we will be focusing on the discourse around aspects of gender as our lead article for the 2017 edition. Those interested in contributing to the forum around this lead article are welcomed.
The journal is fully indexed, blind peer-reviewed and fully open access. The PIA would like to thank all of our peer reviewers and copy editors for their time and invaluable expertise.View Journal Submit an Article
Present Pasts emerged from the UCL Institute of Archaeology Heritage Studies Section and is currently being re-launched in collaboration with the Department of Anthropology of the University of South Florida. Present Pasts contains global and cross-cultural perspectives in the fields of Cultural Heritage Studies, Public Archaeology and Museum Studies. The journal encourages debate on contemporary issues in heritage and heritage management at the intersection of war, conflict, environmental stress, and tourism, and seeks to give voice to a wide range of stakeholders in the Heritage sector.
To make a submission, please click here.
Psychologica Belgica is the official journal of the Belgian Association for Psychological Sciences (BAPS). BAPS promotes the development of psychological sciences in Belgium, at both fundamental and applied research levels. The journal ensures rigorous peer-review to maintain research integrity.
Psychological Belgica makes publications available online as soon as they are finalised. All publications are open access, making research available free of charge and without delay.View Journal Submit an Article
Secularism and Nonreligion is the world's first journal dedicated to the investigation of secularism and nonreligion in all forms. Articles are published on a continuous basis, ensuring publication as soon as submissions are accepted and formatted. Secularism and Nonreligion is an interdisciplinary, fully open access, peer-reviewed journal with the aim of advancing research on various aspects of 'the secular.'
The journal encourages submissions that explore all aspects of what it means to be secular. To submit a manuscript, please read our author guidelines.View Journal Submit an Article
Stability helps to connect policymakers, practitioners, academics and others with timely, peer-reviewed research on a wide range of issues related to stabilization, peacekeeping, state building, crime and violence prevention, development cooperation and humanitarian action. All articles, commentaries and practice notes published by Stability are freely accessible and widely disseminated in academic, policy and practitioner networks. Stability is dedicated to providing a vehicle for academics and researchers based in fragile, failed and conflict-affected states (FFCAS) to publish their work.
Stability is the flagship publication of the Centre for Security Governance (CSG), a non-profit think tank dedicated to the study of security and governance transitions in FFCAS. Based in Canada, the CSG maintains a global, multi-disciplinary network of researchers, practitioners and academics engaged in international security and development issues. The CSG’s core mission is to enhance the efficacy of donor assistance and support to FFCAS through world-class research.
Stability not only features evidence-based research and analysis but also promotes a more timely and responsive model of publishing – one which ensures that individuals in violence-affected and transitional contexts have an opportunity not only to read our content but also to submit articles for consideration by our expert pool of peer reviewers. For more information regarding Stability, visit the ABOUT page.
Works published with Stability are having a growing impact on policy and practice given the journal’s open-access publishing model and the expertise of its contributors. Stability disseminate its articles, practice notes and commentaries not only through this website but also through several dozen other online portals and communities of practice to ensure that they reach people working in and on violence-affected environments around the world. The results are telling: several articles published with Stability have been viewed thousands of times – compared to a few dozen times for most pay-walled journals – in only a matter of months and are particularly being read in countries and regions facing security dilemmas. More than half of downloads of Stability’s content are coming from places like Nigeria, India, Indonesia, South Africa, Brazil, Colombia and Kenya. Learn more about Stability’s open access, impact-oriented publishing model by visiting the ABOUT page.View Journal Submit an Article
Utrecht Journal of International and European Law (previously Merkourios) is an Open Access, peer-reviewed, student-led law journal, focusing on international and European law.
The journal aims to contribute to legal scholarship on international and European law by promoting these fields' progressive development and providing an international forum for interaction between academia, practitioners and students.View Journal Submit an Article
Worldwide Waste is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal presenting innovative research on waste from around the world. It critically interrogates the cultural, social, economic and political systems within which waste is created, managed and circulated.
The journal privileges no particular theories, debates or trends. Its goal is to actively stimulate publications of innovative scholarship on relatively unexplored topics and/or from geographical areas that have thus far been underrepresented in waste studies. One of the aims of the journal is to counteract the Eurocentric character of much current work about waste.
As interdisciplinarity is the central principle of the journal, submissions are encouraged from across the humanities and social sciences, including anthropology, archaeology, ecology, geography, history, literature, philosophy, politics, sociology, science and technology studies, and the visual and performing arts.View Journal Submit an Article