Published by Open Humanities Press and hosted by Ubiquity Press
Affirmations: of the modern seeks to stir up modernism studies by publishing work that unsettles the empiricist consensus and pursues unusual, ambitious, and theoretically adventurous paths around the field. We are particularly interested in political interventions against racism, patriarchy, sexual essentialism and class society; showing how modernist art and literature sought to affirm a better way of organizing life than adapting to the routine accumulation of capital in a social formation characterized by injustice and war.View Journal Submit an Article
Published by University of New South Wales and hosted by Ubiquity Press
The journal Global Biosecurity is a quarterly peer-reviewed, open access electronic journal for cross-disciplinary research in all aspects of human or animal epidemics, pandemics, biosecurity and bioterrorism including prevention, governance, detection, mitigation and response. We publish work on risk analysis, outbreak investigation, epidemiology, modelling, bioinformatics, phylogenetics, surveillance, intelligence, strategic foresight, forecasting, ‘One Health’, policy, governance, law, law enforcement, defense, ethics and first responder preparedness.
The journal is researcher-led, not-for-profit, published by UNSW Sydney, a leading global university, and hosted by Ubiquity Press, a researcher-led publishing company founded by researchers at University College London. The intended readership is any first responder, policy maker, researcher or stakeholder involved in preparedness or response for epidemics, pandemics, biosecurity or bioterrorism. The expertise of our editorial team reflects the cross-disciplinary scope of the journal. The journal will publish a full issue quarterly, but rapid reports and watching briefs would be continual. The journal is open access, online only, with no fees for readers or authors, reflecting our policy of equity of access for readers and researchers alike.View Journal Submit an Article
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Governance in Africa (GiA) published open-access, peer-reviewed research, commentary and policy briefings on a number of themes relevant to contemporary governance in Africa.View Journal Submit an Article
Published by University of Southampton and hosted by Ubiquity Press.
Meliora: International Journal of Student Sustainability Research is an open access Academic Journal for the publication of student independent research work in the broad sphere of sustainability. We publish articles that demonstrate the excellence of student research, and how their work can contribute towards changing the world for the better.
Published articles have an interdisciplinary perspective incorporating a social, cultural, economic or environmental dimension. Submitted articles can be from either undergraduate or postgraduate taught students.
A diverse range of articles is published in order to reflect the interdisciplinary nature of sustainability. This journal is not restricted to any single discipline area. We publish student research papers that cut across traditional academic boundaries alongside articles that focus clearly on one defined subject area. The key requirement is that papers address sustainability, whether it is interdisciplinary in scope or focuses on a social, cultural, economic or environmental dimension.View Journal Submit an Article
Published by Queen Margaret University and hosted by Ubiquity Press.
IJOSTS is an international interdisciplinary e-journal drawing contributions from a wide range of researchers and practitioners with an interest in past and present trends in contemporary theatre and screen in Scotland, practices of Scottish theatre and screen practitioners abroad, and representations of Scotland in theatre and on screen.
The Journal’s mission is to publish papers on all aspects of theatre and screen arts in Scotland and on the (re) presentation of Scotland and Scottish theatre and screen arts internationally.
Each issue of IJOSTS contains academic articles often grouped around a given theme, and forum articles ranging from speculative, biographical or philosophical accounts to interviews with renowned practitioners or other individuals from related fields relevant to Scottish theatre and screen.
Forum articles are not subject to the review process.View Journal Submit an Article
Published by Fincham Press and hosted by Ubiquity Press.
The International Journal of James Bond Studies is an academic peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing interdisciplinary scholarship on all aspects of Ian Fleming’s James Bond franchise.
The journal aims to develop contemporary critical readings of Ian Fleming’s James Bond across literary, filmic, and cultural history, and offers broader criticism of the popular appeal of Fleming’s creation and its relation to the spy genre.View Journal Submit an Article
Published by Pacific University Libraries and hosted by Ubiquity Press.
The Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication seeks to share useful innovations, both in thought and in practice, with the aim of encouraging scholarly exchange and the subsequent benefits that are borne of scrutiny, experimentation and debate. As modes of scholarly communication, the technologies and economics of publishing and the roles of libraries evolve, it is our hope that the work shared in the journal will inform practices that strengthen librarianship and that increase access to the "common Stock of Knowledge."
JLSC is particularly interested in the intersection of librarianship and publishing and the resulting role of libraries in both content dissemination and content creation. Related areas of interest include new methods for the dissemination of information and information exchange; the theory and practice of the organization, use and curation of information; and issues related to the review, credentialing, reputation and impact of scholarly work.View Journal Submit an Article
Published by European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations and hosted by Ubiquity Press.
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 scienView Journal Submit an Article
Published by Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St Andrews and hosted by the Ubiquity Press.
The aim of this Journal is to provide a space for students, academics and professionals to publish work focused on the study of international relations. Given the interdisciplinary nature of the study, high-quality submissions from all academic and professional backgrounds are encouraged. Students (UG/PG/MPhil/PhD) are also warmly encouraged to submit work for publication.View Journal Submit an Article
Junctions: Graduate Journal of the Humanities is an interdisciplinary, peer reviewed and open access journal in the Humanities. The journal aims to connect the different disciplines of the Humanities by collecting disciplinary and interdisciplinary texts so that they are accessible to readers from across the Humanities. Junctions provides scholars at the start of their academic careers with the opportunity to disseminate their research to a diverse audience of peers and professionals, as well as providing graduate students with relevant practical experience of organizing and maintaining a peer-reviewed open access journal. Through a rigorous double blind peer review process, the journal seeks to maintain the highest academic standards possible.View Journal Submit an Article
Published by Liverpool University Press and hosted by Ubiquity Press.
Modern Languages Open (MLO) is a peer-reviewed platform for the open access publication of research from across the modern languages to a global audience.
MLO is published by Liverpool University Press, one of the world’s leading publishers in the modern languages, in partnership with the University of Liverpool Library.
Current sections are: Chinese/Asian languages, French and Francophone, German Studies, Hispanic Studies, Italian, Portuguese and Lusophone, Russian and Eastern European Languages and Comparative Literature.View Journal Submit an Article
Published by Pediatric Neurology Briefs Publishers and hosted by Ubiquity Press
Pediatric Neurology Briefs is an Open Access (OA) continuing education service designed to expedite and facilitate the review of current scientific research and advances in child neurology and related subjects. The editors provide detailed summaries of published articles, followed by commentaries based on their experience and corroborated by appropriate supplementary citations.
Pediatric Neurology Briefs provides pediatric neurologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons, pediatricians, psychiatrists, psychologists, educators and other health professionals with a detailed reference guide to the diagnosis, etiology, pathology, treatment and prognosis of nervous diseases of infants, children and adolescents. Content is intended to be accessible to readers in any medical discipline.View Journal Submit an Article
Published by University of Roehampton - Fincham Press and hosted by Ubiquity Press.
Original work by postgraduates and early career researchers in Creative Writing, Children's Literature and English Literature. Published by Fincham Press, at the University of Roehampton.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
Computational creativity is the art, science, philosophy and engineering of computational systems which, by taking on particular responsibilities, exhibit behaviours that unbiased observers would deem to be creative. As a field of research, this area is thriving, with progress in formalising what it means for software to be creative, along with many exciting and valuable applications of creative software in the sciences, the arts, literature, gaming and elsewhere. The Journal of Computational Creativity seeks to promote excellent scientific research and engineering of computational creative systems, as well as scholarly discussion of the philosophy surrounding such systems, independent of application. Papers are invited covering original research, scholarly surveys, and substantial position arguments in the field of computational creativity.View Journal Submit an Article
Published by Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision and hosted by Ubiquity Press.TMG — Journal of Media History wants to promote research in media history and publish the results of that research. It offers a platform for original research and for contributions that reflect theory formation and methods within media history. TMG — Journal of Media History wants to represent media history across the board: contributions may focus on film, radio, TV and the press, but also on new media, photography and printmaking – provided that the historical perspective is central. View Journal Submit an Article
Published by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision and hosted by Ubiquity Press
VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture is a multi-media e-journal on the past and present of European Television. VIEW is the first peer-reviewed, multimedia and open access e-journal in this field.View Journal Submit an Article