Affiliated with the University of Central Oklahoma, the purpose of 1890: A Journal of Undergraduate Research is to provide undergraduate students the opportunity to demonstrate their interests and abilities in various disciplines by accepting works of research, creative writing, poetry, reviews, and art.
Animus, the undergraduate Classical journal of the University of Chicago, publishes outstanding original work in the Classics and related fields. Supporting study of the Classical world through multiple platforms, the journal seeks to present wide-ranging undergraduate scholarship to a broad audience.
Apollon, a digital journal for undergraduate humanities research, strives to publish superior examples of undergraduate humanities research from a variety of disciplines as well as intellectual approaches. The journal's goal is to engage students in every stage of the process, beginning with student-faculty collaboration in generating undergraduate scholarship and finishing with the release of a polished digital journal.
Epistemai's goal is to provide a forum for undergraduate philosophy students to have their papers critically reviewed, edited and published, and to publish quality works of philosophy that can be read and considered by peers.
Produced by the University of California - Irvine, Falsafa welcomes submissions on topics pertaining to all areas of philosophy and encourages undergraduates from all universities, majors, and backgrounds to submit creative works.
Published by the University of Pittsburgh, Forbes & Fifth unites works of research, creative writing, scholarly articles, and visual art under the banner of interdisciplinary collaboration. The journal accepts undergraduate submissions from any accredited university in the world. These submissions can range from research articles/essays to creative writing to visual art and beyond.
The Grassroots Writing Research Journal is produced twice each year by the Writing Program at Illinois State University. The journal aspires to present writing research by different authors and in a wide range of different topics, forms, and media. The journal calls what it does “Citizen Writing Research," because it publishes work by all kinds of authors: University faculty, graduate students, high school teachers, undergraduates, high school students, middle school students and non-students—all Writing Researchers.
Sponsored by the University of West Georgia, LURe (Literary Undergraduate Research in English) welcomes the submission of scholarly undergraduate essays on all topics and historical periods of literature, film, critical theory, or cultural studies.
Supported by the University of Cincinnati, Queen City Writers is a refereed journal that publishes essays and multimedia work by undergraduate students affiliated with any post-secondary institution. The journal seeks thought-provoking pieces from any disciplinary perspective that explore questions and problems related to writing, rhetoric, reading, pedagogy and teacher-training, literacy broadly conceived, popular culture and media, community discourses, and multimodal and digital composing.
Founded at James Madison University, RhetTech showcases exemplary work being done in undergraduate writing, rhetoric, and technical communication courses around the country. The journal accepts a variety of content, including: text-based essays, videos, podcasts, photo essays, reviews, websites, blogs, etc.
The Rock Creek Review is an undergraduate academic journal edited, produced and published by students at Heidelberg University in partnership with the English Department. This journal will solicit literary research from schools around the world for an annual publication every Spring.
The UC Berkeley Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal (CLUJ) publishes premier undergraduate research in comparative texts and media, treating a broad range of topics including, but not limited to, theoretical literary discourse, international trends in literature, and comparisons of national literature. CLUJ provides undergraduate students from around the world the opportunity to publish and share their research with an international audience.
Young Scholars in Writing is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes research and theoretical articles by undergraduates of all majors and years on the subjects of rhetoric, writing, writers, discourse, language, and related topics.