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This academic, fully peer reviewed journal will serve as a tool to introduce and discuss key concepts, ideas and people in International Relations and Public Policy, providing a 'bridging tool' for students and scholars of the field. Written submissions will be accompanied by a multimedia component to allow open and public discussion about the ideas and concepts discussed in the journal. For more information about Bridges: Conversations in Global Politics and Public Policy please view the Aims and Scope section.
To view video submissions please see our related youtube channel.
Manuscripts should be submitted via this website, and video components can be added during the submission process. If you have any questions about the process please see our submission guidelines, or contact .
Early Theatre is a peer-reviewed journal that welcomes research in medieval or early modern drama and theatre history, rooted in the records and documents of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales. We likewise encourage articles or notes on related materials either in Europe, or in parts of the world where English or European travellers, traders, and colonizers observed performances by other peoples. Although we are primarily interested in the performance history of any art, entertainment, or festive occasion of the period, we also invite submissions of interpretive or literary articles relating to the performances themselves.
Issues of Early Theatre published in the last two years are available by subscription. Content that has been published for two years or more is freely available on this website.
Eighteenth-Century Fiction (ECF) is an international, peer-reviewed quarterly published in French and English
devoted to the critical and historical investigation of literature and culture of the period 1660-1820. ECF is available in print and electronically from the University of Toronto Press and electronically for institutions on Project MUSE.
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BOOK REVIEWS: Eighteenth-Century Fiction publishes reviews of relevant, recent books. Publishers, please email about getting a book reviewed in the journal. Post: Eighteenth-Century Fiction, Chester New Hall 421, McMaster University, 1280 Main Street West, Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA L8S 4L9; telephone: 905-525-9140 x 27123; fax: 905-777-8316.
Energy Studies Review, a publication of the DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, is an applied energy policy journal published in Canada.
An interdisciplinary journal for energy analysts (published first in 1988), Energy Studies Review's major themes include energy policy, energy and the environment, energy technology, social impacts of energy utilization and surveys of experimental and theoretical approaches.
We also publish special issues devoted to specialized topics emerging from conferences or workshops devoted to particular themes. Articles in both English and French are welcome.
Energy Studies Review also hosts conferences and workshops. The most recent conference, "CONSERVATION & DEMAND MANAGEMENT IN A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FUTURE", took place on Monday June 11, 2012 at the Ron Joyce Centre, McMaster University, Hamilton ON Canada. For more information on past conferences and future events, please go to our Conferences page.
Energy Studies Review DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, DSB-A107
Hamilton ON L8S 4M4 CANADA
Energy Studies Review
DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, DSB-A107 Hamilton ON L8S 4M4 CANADATel: 905-525-9140 ext. 24695 Email:
Esurio features refereed content by undergraduate and graduate students on issue of hunger and poverty. The inaugral issue will be launched here this fall. Click on the 'submit articles' link on the left pane to register as a subscriber to the free content or as an author. Submissions are accepted on an ongoing basis.
Global Labour Journal, is an open access, fully peer reviewed online journal launched in January 2010. It serves as a forum to capture the plentiful and diverse scholarly work emerging on labour activities worldwide and highlight the ways that labour activities are increasingly shaped by global forces. We accept submissions from a wide variety of disciplines. For more information about Global Labour please view the Aims and Scope section.
Manuscripts may be submitted via this website or by emailing your paper directly to the Editorial Office at globallabour [at] mcmaster [dot] ca. Should you have any questions about the suitability of your manuscript for consideration in Global Labour, please do not hesitate to contact the Editorial Office.
Health Reform Observer – Observatoire des Réformes de Santé is an open access, peer-reviewed, online journal presenting the best evidence available on reforms related to the governance, financing and delivery of health care in the Canadian provinces and territories. The journal aims to be a bridge between scholars and decision-makers and facilitate the flow of rigorous, evidence-based information.
Health Reform Observer - Observatoire des Réformes de Santé est une revue à comité de lecture, en ligne et en libre accès, fournissant les meilleures données probantes sur les réformes de la gouvernance, du financement et de la délivrance des soins dans les provinces et territoires du Canada. Cette revue souhaite faire le lien entre les universitaires et les politiques et faciliter la production d'une information rigoureuse et solidement établie.
JPC is an international publication for practitioners, policy makers and academics.The professional communication world has a new interdisciplinary, peer reviewed journal for practitioners, journalists, artists, policy makers and academics to exchange ideas. JPC publishes case studies, interviews, research articles, works of digital media art and sound, works of design and commentary. We invite you to become part of the JPC community.
May 1st, 2014
CALL FOR PAPERS - NEXUS VOLUME 22
We are pleased to announce the call for papers for the newly re-launched peer reviewed anthropological graduate student journal, Nexus. For more than thirty years, Nexus has served as Canada's premier graduate student journal of anthropology. The journal is freely available online.
The editorial staff is seeking submissions from all four subfields at any level of graduate or upper level undergraduate work to be considered for publication in the upcoming issue. Due to upcoming changes in our website, submission of manuscripts will be done entirely through email at firstname.lastname@example.org, instead of the website. Submission guidelines and instructions are also available. Please put ‘submission 2014’ in the subject line of your email and attach the submission form , available on the website, along with your manuscript. Please contact us with any questions.
We are also looking for peer-reviewers at this time. If you are interested in being a reviewer for Nexus please email us at the above address and put ‘reviewer’ in the subject line of your email.
We look forward to continuing this long tradition of showcasing Canadian academic excellence.
Your editorial staff,
Alyson Holland, Laura Lockau, Lelia Watamaniuk & Madeleine Mant
Welcome to Perceptia, a new undergraduate philosophy journal hosted by the McMaster University Philosopher’s Society. Feel free to familiarize yourself with the journal’s policies and submission requirements through the links on the left.
The Society aspires to publish Perceptia online every year, with each volume including between three to ten articles. Articles are now being accepted for publication in the 2011 issue. The deadline for submission is February 15, 2011. The journal's title is based on the Romanian word for "perception".
Russell is devoted to the study of all aspects of Bertrand Russell's thought as well as his life, times and influence. In addition to original research and reviews of new books, Russell publishes new texts and textual studies, discussions, bibliographies, indexes, and archival lists. Scholarly articles submitted to the journal are peer-reviewed twice anonymously. Russell is not the organ of any association or institution.
Russell is published by McMaster University's Bertrand Russell Research Centre with the assistance of grants from the Aid to Scholarly Journals programme of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and from McMaster's Faculty of Humanities.
Note: Access to issues from 2008 to date is by subscription. Russell (ISSN 1913-8032) was founded by McMaster Library in 1971 as a quarterly, and until 1980 it was numbered by cumulative issue number. A new series was begun as Vol. 1, no. 1, in Summer 1981. Here the old series is assigned (for technical reasons) to Vols. 91-100.
In 2010, TEXT Technology, will be relaunched as the Journal of Professional Communication (ISSN: 1920-6852).
TEXT Technology has been an eclectic journal for academics and professional communicators around the world, publishing articles devoted to any use of computers to acquire, analyze, create, edit, or translate texts. It will continue to feature articles and special issues devoted to professional and academic writing and research, software and book reviews, literary and linguistic analyses of texts, electronic publishing and issues related to the Internet, along with annotated bibliographies of printed and electronic materials of use to those with a decided interest in professional communication. In addition, we will publish case studies, opinion pieces, experiments in communication pedagogy, discussions and interviews with prominent Canadian professional communicators and digital works, both critical and commercial, of creativity, art and design.
Toward that end, we will publish three more issues under the TEXT Technology banner, each of which will be a double issue bringing the journal current up to 2009. In 2010, we will move to our new format and our new identity.
Additionally, we are making available a complete archive of every back issue of TEXT Technology on this website. This entire archive will be available to all current subscribers to the journal.
We are also moving to a new "print on demand" model for paper distribution of the journal. Our subscription model will give access to the website, but should you wish to have a bound version of the journal, we will be able to provide unique copies for the price of $25 per issue. This covers our printing, mailing and labour cost to produce the issue. This reflects SSHRC’s current policy direction toward funding electronic journals and is also beneficial to the environment.
Our scope is broad, our readership international. We invite you to become part of that readership.
Alexandre Sévigny, Incoming Editor-in-Chief
TEXT Technology (Journal of Professional Communication)