Journal Publishing Service

The University of Victoria provides an online journal hosting service using the Open Journal Systems (OJS) software. If you are a member of the University of Victoria community and are interested in using the OJS system and our hosting service for publishing your online journal, please contact the Scholarly Communications Librarian.


UVic Libraries will be upgrading our journal hosting software on May 28th and 29th, 2019. Content on the website will not be accessible during this time. If you have any concerns, please email: press at uvic dot ca



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Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies

Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies (ADCS) is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal devoted to the study of new and emerging perspectives in anarchist thought and practice from or through a cultural studies perspective. The interdisciplinary focus of the journal presumes an analysis of a broad range of cultural phenomena, the development of diverse methodological traditions, as well as the investigation of both macro-structural issues and the micro-logical practices of everyday life. ADCS is an attempt to bring anarchist thought into contact with innumerable points of connection.

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Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform

Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform is a double-blind, peer-reviewed law journal published through the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada).

Appeal publishes articles, case commentaries, and book reviews that offer insightful commentary on Canadian and comparative law. This law journal also promotes legal scholarship in its political, philosophical, and social contexts. Appeal is student-run, and its Editorial Board aims to publish primarily student compositions.

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Volume 24 (2019) of Appeal was released in March 2019. The journal is published electronically through this website, HeinOnline, CanLII, and LexisNexis QuickLaw.

Print subscriptions are available for $20. To subscribe to Appeal, email the Editorial Board at 

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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.


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Autism's Own

Autism's Own is an international peer-reviewed journal providing content written completely by persons with autism about the theme of autism. Autism's Own is dedicated to fostering autism culture through creative works. Autism's Own is published once a year coinciding with Autism Awareness Day, each April 2nd.

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