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Accessus: A Journal of Premodern Literature and New Media is a biannual publication of The Gower Project. In Accessus, The Gower Project publishes theoretically informed readings of premodern literatures, demonstrates the impact of new media on these texts, and provides a venue for innovative work on John Gower's poetry.
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Calliope was a student publication produced in cooperation with the English and Art Departments at Western Michigan University from 1954-1967. Its purpose was to promote good student writing. Calliope resumed in 1970 as a publication of Manuscript Day, which continued through 2001. The Herald and Horn preceded Calliope and Third Coast started coming out as the University's literary magazine in 1995.
Comparative Drama (English)
Comparative Drama (ISSN 0010-4078) is a scholarly journal devoted to studies international in spirit and interdisciplinary in scope; it is published quarterly (Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter) at Western Michigan University (member, Council of Editors of Learned Journals).
GrandFamilies: The Contemporary Journal of Research, Practice and Policy (National Research Center on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren)
The National Research Center on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren announces the launching of a new online, peer review journal dedicated to topics related to grandparents raising grandchildren. GrandFamilies: The Contemporary Journal of Research, Practice and Policy provides a forum for quality, evidence-based research with sound scholarship, knowledge, skills and best practices from the field for scholars, clinicians, policymakers, educators, program administrators and family advocates.
The editors of GrandFamilies invite authors to submit manuscripts that examine new or emerging theoretical conceptualization or applications, practice methodologies, program evaluation and policy perspectives. International works that expand global knowledge and understanding about custodial grandparents are encouraged to submit.
The Hilltop Review (Western Michigan University)
The Hilltop Review: A Journal of Western Michigan University Graduate Student Research is a publication of the Graduate Student Association. This peer-reviewed journal is intended to be interdisciplinary and provides a venue for sharing scholarly and creative activities of graduate students at Western Michigan University.
International Journal of African Development (Center for African Development Policy Research)
International Journal of African Development is an open access interdisciplinary journal on issues related to sustainable development in Africa. The first issues featured selected papers from previous international conferences on African development. We are soliciting manuscripts for future issues.
Journal of College Access (Western Michigan University)
Welcome to the Journal of College Access, a peer-reviewed, academic, open access, online journal with a focus on how students aspire to, gain access to, enroll in and persist in higher education institutions. The Journal is published periodically.
Views expressed are those of the authors and are not necessarily endorsed by the publisher nor the Michigan College Access Network (MCAN). Copyright in material published in the Journal remains with the author. Reproduction is permitted for educational, non-commercial purposes only, with appropriate referencing.
We welcome submissions from a wide community of practitioners including, but not limited to college and university faculty, graduate students, administrators, college access professionals, and others with an interest in the college access movement.
The Journal was cited by the Michigan College Access Network (MCAN) as a reason that Western Michigan University received MCAN's Steward Award in 2015.
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare (Social Work)
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare (JSSW) is sponsored jointly by Western Michigan University, the College of Health and Human Services, and School of Social Work. The substantial support of the University of California, Berkeley in the publication of the journal is gratefully acknowledged.
Due to recent changes in operations for the Journal, our production schedule for June has been delayed. The issue will be available online soon, and print copies will be further delayed. Thank you for your patience.
The Laureate (Lee Honors College)
The Laureate’s mission is to provide undergraduate students at Western Michigan University a place in which to publish their fiction, poetry, non-fiction, and other creative works. Under the guidance of a faculty editor and mentor, each year an undergraduate student chooses to accept the challenge of gathering, selecting, and editing the collection for an honors thesis project. Faculty mentors at WMU’s Design Center at the Gwen Frostic School of Art select undergraduate students to be in charge of the journal’s design aesthetic. The Laureate strives to be a professional and engaging publication that appeals to all. Please enjoy the creative work of our students!
See the About this Journal for more information.
The Medieval Globe (Medieval Institute Publications)The Medieval Globe is a peer-reviewed journal launched in 2014, published by Arc Humanities Press at Medieval Institute Publications. It explores the modes of communication, materials of exchange, and myriad interconnections among regions, communities, and individuals in an era central to human history.
See the Aims and Scope for complete coverage of the journal.
To learn more about the journal, please visit TMG's webpage. For full access to articles, please subscribe through the link in the sidebar.
Medieval Prosopography (Medieval Institute Publications)
The aim of Medieval Prosopography is to provide a venue for work engaged with the methodology of using data drawn from analysis of a group or relationships between individuals to restore to view the lives of those who would otherwise remain unexamined or to yield new insight into the medieval past. Scholarship taking the approach of collective or group biography also falls under the umbrella of prosopography and would be appropriate for the journal.
Medieval Prosopography has published articles on a range of subjects from all periods and places of medieval history and welcomes submissions on topics that relate to prosopography from late antiquity to the sixteenth century. Work on all areas and relevant aspects of the medieval world, including Islam and Byzantium, are welcome. Articles in the major European languages are invited and will be published in their original language. Anyone may submit an original article to be considered for publication in Medieval Prosopography provided he or she owns the copyright to the work being submitted or is authorized by the copyright owner or owners to submit the article. For more information on submission guidelines, visit the Policies page.
The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy (Occupational Therapy)
The Open Journal of Occupational Therapy
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Reading Horizons (Special Education and Literacy Studies)
Reading Horizons is published by the Dorothy J. McGinnis Reading Center & Clinic, College of Education & Human Development at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan. It is a Journal of Literacy and Language Arts with scholarly submissions from authors who work in the field of Reading, Literacy, and Education.
Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education is a peer reviewed journal focusing on issues of writing teacher education – the development, education, and mentoring of prospective, new, and experienced teachers of writing at all levels. The journal draws from composition studies – writing program administrators, writing across-the-curriculum specialists, and other teaching mentors; English education – including voices from secondary and elementary teacher educators at both the graduate and undergraduate levels; and from teacher educators from K-12 settings -- including leaders and mentors in the National Writing Project and those in high school, middle school, and elementary school English leadership positions. At this time, the journal is not accepting new submissions.
Transference (World Languages and Literatures)
Transference is published by faculty in the Department of World Languages and Literatures at Western Michigan University. Dedicated to the celebration of poetry in translation, the journal publishes translations from Arabic, Chinese, French and Old French, German, Classical Greek, Latin, and Japanese into English. We feature translations and accompanying commentaries on the art and process of translating poetry. To purchase a print copy of the journal ($10), please contact us.
Our 2016 issue is featured below. Submissions are no longer being accepted for our 2017 issue, which will appear in late fall. Submission guidelines may be found here.