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Journals

  • BC Studies: The British Columbian Quarterly

    www.bcstudies.com


    Established in 1969, BC Studies is dedicated to the exploration of British Columbia's cultural, economic, and political life; past and present. Each issue offers articles on a wide range of topics, in-depth reviews of current books, and a bibliography of recent publications. With a solid national and international reputation for its authoritative and informative content, BC Studies is read by academics and general readers alike.

  • Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health

    The Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health is dedicated to promoting and disseminating community mental health research, practice and policy. The major opportunities for mitigating the enormous impacts of mental illness on people and society lie in developing and implementing effective community services. 

  • Canadian Journal of Undergraduate Research

    CJUR is a student-led, peer-reviewed journal founded in 2015 to publish and highlight the work of undergraduate researchers from universities and post-secondary institutions across Canada. We accept a variety of submissions including primary research, literature reviews, commentaries, and honours theses from all disciplines. Our goal is to give students the opportunity to gain experience with the peer-reviewed publication process and provide submissions with comprehensive feedback given by experts in the respective field. Please visit https://cjur.ca/ for more information.

  • Canadian Literature

    Welcome to Canadian Literature’s submissions portal.

  • Canadian Studies Undergraduate Journal

    The Seed is the UBC Undergraduate Journal of Canadian Studies. The Seed is dedicated to publishing undergraduate work in Canadian Studies. As a multidisciplinary platform the journal welcomes a variety of perspectives and encourages cross-campus dialogue on Canadian subject matter. It is produced by students in the Program of Canadian Studies at UBC annually.

  • Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice

    Cultural Logic, which has been on-line since 1997, is a non-profit, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal that publishes essays, interviews, poetry, and reviews (books, films, other media) by writers working within the Marxist tradition.

  • The Ethnograph: Journal of Anthropological Studies

    The Ethnograph is an annual, peer-reviewed academic journal which strives to showcase outstanding pieces of undergraduate scholarship at UBC. Managed by the Anthropology Students' Association alongside the Department of Anthropology, this journal accepts submissions from a wide range of anthropological subfields, including, but not limited to: sociocultural anthropology, archaeological anthropology, linguistic anthropology, medical anthropology and applied anthropology. 


    Previous issues are hosted in the undergraduate research category of the UBC Library Open Collections page via digital publishing program cIRcle. Further information, updates and contact details for the journal can be found at The Ethnograph facebook page. 

  • The Expedition

    The Expedition was established in 2011 as a forum for students in the UBC course Biology 342, Integrative Biology Laboratory, to showcase their projects.  Each issue offers articles based on the research of one term’s cohort and covers a wide range of topics base on the investigation of questions in such areas as physiology, genetics and cell biology in a variety of organisms for example Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Caenorhabditis elegans and Arabidopsis thaliana. The Expedition has been particularly helpful to new students in the course as a guide for choosing the direction of their own research projects.

  • International Journal of Education Through Art

    The International Journal of Education through Art [IJETA], is the English language journal that promotes relationships between art and education. The term ‘art education’ should be taken to include art, craft and design education. Each issue, published three times a year within a single volume, consists of peer-reviewed articles mainly in the form of research reports and critical essays, but may also include exhibition reviews and visual essays.  

  • Journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (JAAACS)

    The Journal of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (JAAACS) is the official publication of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS), the U.S. affiliate of the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS). In collaboration with other local IAACS affiliates, AAACS seeks to provide support for scholarly conversations within and across national and regional borders regarding the content, context, and process of education, the organizational and intellectual center of which is the curriculum.


    Information on the current editoral team can be found here.
    For more information about AAACS, please visit: http://www.aaacs.org
    For more information about IAACS, please visit: http://www.iaacs.ca

  • New Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry

    A transnational, peer-reviewed journal of Marxism and interdisciplinary inquiry that is dedicated to the radical transformation of the contemporary world order. ISSN 1715-6718
  • See Also

    See Also: the UBC iSchool Student Journal is a student-run, open access journal dedicated to promoting and disseminating scholarly work, including original research, by UBC SLAIS students in the fields of Library Science, Archival Studies, Information Studies, and Children’s Literature. Issues are published once a year.


    See Also is committed to providing a platform for students to gain valuable experience in all aspects of scholarly publishing: as authors, peer reviewers, designers, and editors.

  • Semantic Fieldwork Methods

    Semantic Fieldwork Methods is dedicated to the discussion of innovative techniques and materials for use in semantic and pragmatic fieldwork. We invite contributions which explain and illustrate how hypotheses about meaning can be tested in a fieldwork setting. 

  • Sojourners Undergraduate Journal of Sociology

    Sojourners is UBC's annual Undergraduate Journal of Sociology. Since its establishement as the first undergrad sociology journal in North America, it has continued to showcase the some of best original research and analysis in undergraduate sociology academia. With submissions from around the world being published in the journal, Sojourners continues to be led by an excellent editing team of UBC's own students. Please visit https://blogs.ubc.ca/sojourners/ for more information about Sojourners. 

  • STEM Fellowship Journal

    STEM Fellowship Journal (SFJ) provides students with an opportunity to have their work reviewed by a subject matter expert and published in a scholarly journal. The journal encourages the use of interdisciplinary approaches, data science methods, and computational experiments.


    STEM Fellowship uses OJS to manage the online submission process. You can find the official publication at https://journal.stemfellowship.org/journal/sfj.

  • TCI (Transnational Curriculum Inquiry)

    TCI is the journal of the International Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (IAACS), which is constituted to support a worldwide (but not uniform) field of curriculum studies. TCI is archived at PANDORA, Australia's Web Archive and catalogued in the National Library of Australia's Bibliographic Database.
  • Undergraduate Journal of Experimental Microbiology and Immunology

    The Undergraduate Journal of Experimental Microbiology and Immunology (UJEMI) is dedicated to the publication of scientific articles authored by undergraduate students studying in fields related to microbiology and immunology. Founded in 2001, our suite of publications currently includes UJEMI, UJEMI+, UJEMI-methods, and UJEMI-PEARLS.  Please visit https://ujemi.microbiology.ubc.ca/ for more about UJEMI.

  • UBC Journal of Family Practice Research and Scholarship

    The UBC Journal of Family Practice Research and Scholarship aims to disseminate UBC Family Practice resident and midwifery student research scholarship projects. Our mission is to enhance family practice residency and midwifery scholarship by fostering future research projects and stimulating the integration of research findings into clinical practice.

  • UBC Medical Journal

    The University of British Columbia Medical Journal (UBCMJ) is a student-driven academic journal with a goal to engage students in dialogue in medicine. Our scope ranges from original research and review articles in medicine to medical trends, clinical reports, elective reports and commentaries in the principles and practice of medicine. We strive to maintain a high level of integrity and accuracy in our work, to encourage collaborative production and cross-disciplinary communication, and to stimulate critical and independent thinking.

  • University of British Columbia's Undergraduate Journal of Psychology

    The UBCUJP is an annual, student-run, peer-reviewed journal. Our goal is to provide a platform for psychology undergraduates at UBC to showcase their research. We believe undergraduate research papers provide a fantastic opportunity for undergraduates to experience the peer-review process while also being a valuable resource for faculty and students to learn about the research happening next door.

  • Wreck: The Graduate Journal of Art History, Visual Art & Theory

    Wreck is a student-run, peer-reviewed, open-access online journal based in the Department of Art History, Visual Art and Theory at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) people. We focus on themes and debates that are evolving within Canadian academic spheres, although the topics do not necessarily relate directly to Canada