Afkar: The Undergraduate Journal of Middle East Studies is an academic journal focusing on the study of politics, history, culture and society in the Middle East and North Africa.* The journal offers undergraduate students an interdisciplinary platform to publish original research articles and shorter essays, and welcomes submissions from a wide range of fields within the humanities and social sciences, including history, political science, anthropology, sociology, literature, art history, religious studies, and geography.
Al Noor is run entirely by undergraduates at Boston College, features work from around the world, and is issued twice a year. The journal welcomes submissions from undergraduate and graduate students from all universities and disciplines.
A partnership of the University of Wisconsin-Madison's History Dept. and the UW-Madison chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, Archive is an award-winning journal of history published annually by undergraduate students of all majors and from colleges and universities in the US or abroad.
Hosted by Georgia Southern University, Armstrong Undergraduate Journal of History is dedicated to promoting undergraduate students’ research interest in history and their writing skills. The journal is also hoped to strengthen the collaborations in learning between undergraduates and graduates, students and faculty, and history majors and those from other study fields.
The Chicago Journal of Foreign Policy (CJFP) aims to provide a forum for problem-solving and analysis around international affairs. The journal, founded in 2012, features a collection of articles that reflect on historical, economic, political, and cultural developments within nations other than the United States, or explores relationships between the United States and the world. Each edition covers topics from regions around the world, and engages in ongoing discussions held on the international stage.
Clio's Scroll is published twice yearly and aims to provide undergraduates with the opportunity to publish outstanding historical work. The journal publishes articles by undergraduates and recent graduates of any university, so long as the submissions are historical in nature.
The Columbia Journal of History is an independent, peer-reviewed undergraduate research publication that promotes intellectual inquiry and recognizes outstanding historical literature on diverse subjects. The journal encourages undergraduate students to submit research papers and essays that relate to the field of history.
Compass is an online journal that provides a space for the work of talented undergraduates who have original and well-articulated insights on important ideas and issues relating to American democracy understood in the broad contexts of political philosophy, history, literature, economics, and culture.
Two issues of Compos Mentis: Undergraduate Journal of Cognition and Neuroethics are published every year. Papers on any topic of philosophy are welcome. Both the conference and open issues of the Compos Mentis journal are entirely managed by undergraduate students affiliated with the Philosophy Department at the University of Michigan-Flint. The purpose of Compos Mentis is to is to support and encourage the intellectual work of undergraduates, so everything submitted should be the work of undergraduate students only.
Hosted by Illinois State University, Critique is a Critique is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes scholarship by students of political science. The journal, which is recognized by American Political Science Association (APSA), accepts submissions from all the subfields of political science.
Founded at California State University - Monterey Bay, Culture, Society, and Praxis (CSP), is an online journal of undergraduate social scientific writing and artistic work. CSP’s editorial board and authorship are composed entirely of undergraduate students.
Ezra's Archives is a publication put forth biannually by the Cornell Historical Society. The journal showcases stellar examples of undergraduate research in the field of history. Ezra's Archives accepts submissions from undergraduates at other universities.
The Grand Valley Journal of History provides undergraduate students from all institutions with an opportunity to publish their historically-based research. The GVJH is a journal for all majors, operated by student editors and overseen by a faculty advisory board.
History Matters is an undergraduate history journal published annually by the Department of History at Appalachian State University. The journal provides an opportunity for top undergraduates from a variety of schools to be recognized for their work, become familiar with the publishing process, and engage in student-faculty collaboration.
Affiliated with the Université de Montréal, the Journal of Interpersonal Relations, Intergroup Relations and Identity (JIRIRI) aims to promote the conception and expression of new theoretical ideas in the fields of identity, interpersonal and intergroup relations. The JIRIRI publishes both theoretical and empirical articles. Thus, any undergraduate student in psychology or in related fields eager to share and refine their ideas or results pertaining to identity, interpersonal or intergroup relations is invited to submit a manuscript.
Published by Columbia University, the Journal of Politics & Society focuses on undergraduates and interdisciplinary coverage of public policy and law. Eligibility is limited to current undergraduate students or students who have been out of school for no more than two years.
The Journal of Psychology and the Behavioral Sciences (JPBS) is a peer-reviewed undergraduate research periodical published by the School of Psychology and Counseling of Fairleigh Dickinson University. JPBS offers undergraduate students, as well as graduate students and faculty, an opportunity to publish in a recognized academic journal. Articles in any topical area of psychology are considered.
Edited by the Psychology Department at Alabama State University, the Journal of Undergraduate Ethnic Minority Psychology (JUEMP) is an open-access, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal devoted to publishing research (quantitative and qualitative) authored or co-authored by university undergraduate students. The journal invites theoretical and empirical research submissions that are from ethnic minority’s unique perspectives, that focus on the thoughts and behaviors of ethnic minority populations, or both.
The Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography (JUE) is an online publication for undergraduate academic writing. The JUE seeks to publish original ethnographic research by undergraduate students working in a variety of disciplines. Their goal is to bring readers insights into subcultures, practices, and social institutions. They expect crossovers with anthropology, sociology, urban studies, and area studies, as well as programs in education, design, or management.
The Journal of Undergraduate International Studies (JUIS) is a nationally distributed, peer-reviewed journal that seeks to publish the best undergraduate work across the country related to international themes and topics including, but not limited to: international conflict and conflict resolution, human rights, environmental issues, history, comparative politics and economics, development and trade, global security and international health.
Published by New York University (NYU), the N.Y.U. American Public Policy Review is an online publication of scholarly articles from undergraduate and graduate students that propose bold, original ideas for change within local, state, or federal government in the United States. All articles must propose novel U.S. policy ideas that are not yet part of the political mainstream or that warrant additional scholarship. Undergraduate and graduate students at any institution are eligible to submit an article.
Sponsored by the The Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies at Webster University, Righting Wrongs is a peer-reviewed academic journal that provides space for students to explore human rights issues, challenge current actions and frameworks, and engage in problem-solving aimed at tackling some of the world’s most pressing issues. Submissions are accepted from undergraduate students at universities around the world.
Seriatim Journal of American Politics is dedicated to publishing the highest quality undergraduate work on American politics. Work is selected for its depth of scholarship, originality, and ability to advance our understanding of the American
political tradition. The journal selects pieces with the aim to enrich and diversify the political marketplace of ideas.
Published annually at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Sprinkle is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the diverse voices of emerging scholar-activists, authors, and artists in Women’s, Gender & Queer Studies, and related fields of inquiry. Students currently pursuing undergraduate degrees at any level of their studies; recent graduates of BA, BS, BFA, BArch, and related undergraduate programs (typically up to two years post-degree completion); and graduate students in the first year of their studies are to be considered for publication in Sprinkle.
The Towson University Journal of International Affairs (TJIA) is a student-run publication that disseminates exemplary undergraduate research along with articles by scholars and practitioners in the field of international relations. Recognizing the interdisciplinary nature of international studies whose cognate disciplines range from economics to history to geography, the journal welcomes submissions that take a broader approach to international affairs.
The Undergraduate Journal of Global Citizenship of Fairfield University welcomes undergraduate submissions on diverse topics such as global awareness, interdependence, environmental responsibility, social justice, humanitarianism, and other themes that promote the understanding of global citizenship. Submissions must have been written during enrollment in an undergraduate studies program, but may be submitted within one year to the date after receiving a bachelor's degree.
The Department of Psychological Science at University of North Carolina, Charlotte publishes the Undergraduate Journal of Psychology (UJOP). UJOP offers undergraduate students an opportunity to receive recognition for their engagement in scientific discovery. Authors can submit various types of articles for submission, provided articles report on timely topics in Psychology or Psychology-related fields.
The Undergraduate Journal of Psychology at Berkeley is an annual publication that allows undergraduate students who have completed scientific studies in psychology and psychology-related fields to publish their findings to the larger academic community, promoting further and more excellent undergraduate research.
The Vanderbilt Historical Review is a student-run, undergraduate journal of history that strives to provide a forum that promotes the discussion of history and helps showcase the exceptional work of students from all over the world.
The Virginia Journal of Gender Studies is an independent, peer-reviewed undergraduate research publication that promotes intellectual inquiry and recognizes outstanding work focused on gender issues. The journal was founded to provide opportunities for undergraduate students to contribute their research to the field of women, gender, and sexuality studies, as well as to increase access to academic publishing.