Barents Studies: Peoples, Economies and Politics is an international, multidisciplinary peer-reviewed academic journal for delivering and discussing original and current research results concerning the peoples, economies, and politics in the Barents Euro-Arctic Region. The journal presents knowledge about different aspects affecting regional development within and outside the region.
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Digital Applications in Archaeology and Cultural Heritage (DAACH) is an on-line, peer-reviewed journal in which scholars can publish 3D digital models of the world's cultural heritage sites, monuments, and palaeoanthropological remains accompanied by associated academic articles.
Luxury: History, Culture, Consumption is the first truly interdisciplinary, academic journal devoted to luxury, and satisfies the demand for scholarly, unbiased and penetrating thinking on the subject. The journal considers luxury in broad socio-cultural contexts, exploring and interrogating both our historical and contemporary understanding of the term.
The aim of the International Journal of Language and Culture (IJoLC) is to disseminate cutting-edge research that explores the interrelationship between language and culture. The journal is multidisciplinary in scope and seeks to provide a forum for researchers interested in the interaction between language and culture across several disciplines, including linguistics, anthropology, applied linguistics, psychology and cognitive science.
FLEKS - Scandinavian Journal of Intercultural Theory and practice is a double-blinded peer-reviewed, open access journal. The journal focuses on the following topics:
intercultural pedagogy, psychology and philosophy
professions in diverse societies
language, interpreting and translation
The Irish Journal of Arts Management and Cultural Policy is a new peer-reviewed, open access e-journal publishing original research on the arts and cultural sector in Ireland.
An initiative based at the School of Art History and Cultural Policy, University College Dublin (UCD), it seeks to provide a readable and engaging discussion of recent arts management and cultural policy research for academics and practitioners, encourage new research directions in the sector and offer a platform for aspiring researchers and writers.
Study the South is a peer-reviewed, multimedia, online journal, published and managed by the Center for the Study of Southern Culture at the University of Mississippi.
The Journal of Dialogue Studies is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed academic journal published twice a year. Its aim is to study the theory and practice of dialogue, understood provisionally as: a meaningful interaction and exchange between individuals and/or people of different groups (social, cultural, political and religious) who come together through various kinds of conversations or activities with a view to increased understanding.
e-conservation is a journal, distributed exclusively electronically in Open Access, that aims to serve the cultural heritage community by publishing useful research, both from and to the researchers and practising professionals. In order to accomplish this, the journal is interested in articles from a wide range of fields of knowledge with application to Cultural Heritage, including, but not limited to, chemistry, physics, biology, history of art, archaeology, museum studies, and conservation-restoration. All the published papers are double-blind peer-reviewed.
Ethos Journal is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal that serves as a venue for scholars, artists, and other intellectuals to practice the discipline of cultural studies for a wider audience and to sustain an ongoing conversation about the social institutions and inequities that characterize our contemporary moment. We are looking for essays that make interventions in public life through scholarly reflection on any discipline in the humanities, although we also seek interdisciplinary work concerned with culture and ethical thought.
Science, Religion and Culture (SRC; ISSN 2055-222X) is an open access interdisciplinary journal focused on bringing together research and theoretical analysis from the physical, biological, and social sciences with ideas from philosophy, theology, and religious studies. It aims at exploring the unique relationship between science, religion, and culture, and it welcomes submissions from all perspectives and religious traditions—including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Taoism, secularism, humanism, and naturalism.
The Rift Valley Review is a biannual publication of the Rift Valley Institute covering policy, research, arts, culture and local knowledge in the countries of Eastern and Central Africa.
Published by the African/African American Studies program at Eastern Kentucky University, JORA provides critically needed platform for established Africanists and graduate students to publish their original research pieces. By encouraging disciplinary or interdisciplinary approaches in reconstructing a wide range of themes relating to African peoples and societies in all time periods, JORA not only helps in deconstructing existing myths and stereotypes about Africa but also enhances scholarly understanding of the totality of the African life.
Dialogue is interested in contributions that offer theoretical, practical, pedagogical, and historical examinations of popular culture, including interdisciplinary discussions and those which examine the intersections between American and international cultures. In addition to analyses provided by contributed articles, the Journal also encourages submissions for guest editions, interviews, and reviews of books, films, conferences, music, and technology.
EtnoAntropologia promotes studies in the ethno-anthropological sciences and seeks to contribute to national and international debate in reference to the problems and historical responsibilities of our time.
The Online Readings in Psychology and Culture consist of essays, reflections, data-oriented segments that reflect current trends and discussions in cross-cultural psychology and related fields.
The Journal of the Anthropology of the Contemporary Middle East and Central Eurasia (ACME) is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the anthropological studies of all societies and cultures in the Middle East and Central Eurasia. All submissions for articles are peer-reviewed.
SubVersions is a biannual journal of the School of Media and Cultural Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, dedicated to presenting emerging research in media and cultural studies.
EntreDiversidades: Revista de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades aims to contribute to multidisciplinary dialogue about cultural diversity in all dimensions and social spaces in which it occurs: religion, power, economy, education, gender and generations, public and private, rural and city.
HispanismeS is a journal that publishes scholarly articles on all aspects of the languages and cultures of the Iberian Peninsula.
International Journal of Science, Culture, and Sports (IntJSCS) is an open access, peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal which is primarily concentrated on Education & Social Sciences, and Cultural, Linguistics, Religions & Sport Studies. In order to reach the widest international audience IntJSCS will accept only articles written in clear English.
Architecture and Culture, the international, peer-reviewed journal of the Architectural Humanities Research Association, investigates the relationship between architecture and the culture that shapes and is shaped by it. Whether culture is understood extensively, as shared experience of everyday life, or in terms of the rules and habits of different disciplinary practices, Architecture and Culture asks how architecture participates in and engages with it and how both culture and architecture might be reciprocally transformed.
This journal is a multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed academic publication dedicated to the scholarly study of all aspects of Basque culture with the aspiration to foster a better understanding of Basque culture and heritage in its diverse aspects by disseminating original works of interest to an English speaking audience and to encourage interaction--learning links--among academics from various learning traditions; e.g., linguistic, philosophical, anthropological, ethnological, historic, literary, artistic, religious, economic, cultural, international relations, etc.
Digital America is a new online journal that focuses on digitization and digital culture with an eye toward American life. We recognize that sometimes students do great work in the classroom, and that work deserves a second life. We also realize that a lot of great work never sees professor’s desk, scholarly publication, or gallery. Digital America is a space for this wide range of critical thinking and creativity.
De Zeventiende Eeuw is the peer-reviewed scholarly journal of the Werkgroep Zeventiende Eeuw (Study Group Seventeenth Century).
De Zeventiende Eeuw publishes original articles on the cultural history of the seventeenth-century Northern and Southern Netherlands from an interdisciplinary perspective.
Articles focus on Dutch and neo-Latin literature, art history, religion, and cultural history in the broadest sense of the word.
Publisher: Vrienden van Zuid-Afrika
Formerly Zuid-Afrika Nú en ZAM Magazine
Saamtrek provides information regarding recent political, social and economic developments in South Africa.
It also includes content on African language and culture.
RELIEF is an international review which concentrates on research from European countries apart from France. Its objective is to provide a platform for researchers in the field of literature and French culture of the Middle Ages to the present.
Incontri: Rivista Europea di Studi Italiani is sponsored by Werkgroep Italië Studies (WIS) with reference to the Italian community of Dutch and Flemish research.
The journal publishes interdisciplinary articles relating to history and Italian culture. It publishes research in various fields (history, literature, linguistics, philosophy, art history, music, cinema and theater, etc..)
Founded in 2004, Cultura: International Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to philosophy of culture and the study of value. This semiannual journal aims to promote the exploration of different values and cultural phenomena in regional and international contexts. It welcomes manuscripts that make a novel and important contribution to our understanding of the values and cultural phenomena in the contemporary world. Cultura is primarily published in English, and occasionally also publishes articles in German, French, and Italian.