The Albatross is an undergraduate, peer-reviewed, academic journal that publishes the exceptional undergraduate scholarship of students at the University of Victoria in the fields of literary analysis, critical theory, and cultural studies. The first issue was launched in March 2011.
All previous volumes are archived.
Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform
Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform is an annual double-blind peer-reviewed journal affiliated with the University of Victoria, Faculty of Law.
The objective of Appeal is to promote legal research and scholarship which views law in its social, political, and philosophical contexts. Appeal is run by a student editorial board and is committed to publishing primarily student work. Appeal welcomes submissions year-round. Submissions may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volume 20 (2015) of Appeal was released in March 2015. The journal is published electronically through this website, HeinOnline and LexisNexis QuickLaw. Print subscriptions are available for $20. To subscribe, email us at email@example.com.
The deadline for submissions to Volume 20 (2015) of Appeal was early October, 2014. Submissions are currently being accepted for Volume 21 (2016) of Appeal on a rolling basis. For more information, please visit our Submissions information page.
The Arbutus Review
ARTiculate is a peer-reviewed graduate student journal of art history published by the University of Victoria. The publication aims to further the establishment of a graduate art historical community by offering graduate students the ability to disseminate their knowledge and engage in an editorial process that is shaped by the insights of peers well-versed in their chosen area of study. In keeping with the inclusive conception of art that is embraced within a global art history, ARTiculate does not privilege a singular culture or medium in its selection of manuscripts. Rather, the publication serves to circulate highly original submissions that are valued for their contributions to the preexisting scholarly conversation.
Canadian Zooarchaeology / Zooarchéologie canadienne
The Corvette is a peer-reviewed undergraduate history journal seeking to publish the best scholarship produced by University of Victoria students concerning the past. We are interested in all methods and fields of inquiry.
PLEASE SUBMIT ALL ESSAYS BY EMAIL: CORVETTE@UVIC.CA after reviewing the submission guidelines here.Follow @corvette_uvic
Welcome to the CTheory Archive. CTheory is an international peer reviewed, open access journal of theory, technology and culture. The journal has published over 600 essays, reviews and event-scenes since 1993. This site also houses the archive of The Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory, published from 1976–91 as an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal of critical thought. All archives are located here. For the current issue of CTheory please visit ctheory.net.
The Graduate History Review
Illumine: Journal of the Centre for Studies in Religion and Society Graduate Students Association
International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies
The International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies (IJCYFS) is a peer reviewed, open access, interdisciplinary, cross-national journal that is committed to scholarly excellence in the field of research about and services for children, youth, families and their communities.
PLEASE SEND ALL SUBMISSIONS DIRECTLY TO THE CO-EDITORS AT: firstname.lastname@example.org
International Journal of Indigenous Health
The International Journal of Indigenous Health (IJIH) was established to advance knowledge and understanding to improve Indigenous health. IJIH is peer-reviewed, online, and open-access.
Volume 10, Issue 2
The International Journal of Indigenous Health (IJIH) is pleased to announce the publication of the 2015 Volume 10, Issue 2: Valuing Indigenous Peoples in Health Research. Read the edition here.
International Journal of Social Studies Review
Island Writer Magazine
Migration, Mobility, & Displacement
Peninsula: A Journal of Relational Politics
Philosophy in Review
PIR is an open access, specialist book review journal in philosophy, published six times a year. We cover all areas of and approaches to philosophy.
PlatForum is a peer-reviewed journal published by the graduate students in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Victoria. Committed to upholding a tradition of holistic anthropology, PlatForum welcomes a diverse range of topics and issues from all four of anthropology’s sub-disciplines: archaeology, social-cultural, biological-physical, and linguistic anthropology.
Recognizing the benefits of both interdisciplinary and cross-disciplinary contributions made by students outside the field of anthropology, we continue to extend our call to all students including upper-level undergraduate students, and those from community colleges and universities across Canada.
PLVS VLTRA, the undergraduate journal of the Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies at the University of Victoria, is an annual blind peer-reviewed showcase of extraordinary research papers of a scholarly merit in all areas of Hispanic and Italian Studies.
Satir International Journal
The Satir International Journal offers research and applications for the mental health of individuals, and promotes the healthy development of families, groups and organizations in society. Our goals encompass therapeutic communication, equality, spirituality, ethical decision-making and global diversity.
沙維雅輔導及家庭治療雜誌. Our publication is also available here in Chinese.
Sophia: Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy
This Side of West
Topiques, Études Satoriennes
Verges: Germanic & Slavic Studies in Review
Working Papers of the Linguistics Circle
WPLC is a peer reviewed working papers journal published by the graduate students of the department of linguistics at the University of Victoria. In 2010 we switched to only online digital publication and our digital archives on this website go back to the first volume printed in 1981.
We publish one thematic issue each year. Every four years we publish the proceedings of the Northwest Linguistics Conference when the conference is hosted by graduate students in the Department of Linguistics of the University of Victoria.