Edited by Tony McCulloch | Published Annually
The London Journal of Canadian Studies is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed, open access journal specialising in Canadian history, politics, culture and society and has been published annually since 1984. Many leading UK Canadianists based at the University of London and UCL have been associated with it during its 30-year history. It is one of only two journals in the UK devoted to Canadian Studies, the other being the BJCS (British Journal of Canadian Studies, Liverpool University Press).
Principal Editor: Graham Cairns; Academic Editor: Murray Fraser | 8 Issues Annually
Architecture_MPS is a peer-reviewed open access journal that aims to address the growing interest in the social and political interpretation of the built environment from a multi-disciplinary perspective. It draws on experts who can bring emerging issues of international importance to the English-speaking community, and it has published high-profile academics and emerging voices from multiple countries, including notable international figures such as Noam Chomsky and Kenneth Frampton. By linking its publications with a range of research programmes and conferences it further raises awareness of the social importance of architecture.
Edited by Michael Berkowitz | Annual Publication
Jewish Historical Studies: Transactions of the Jewish Historical Society of England, is a peer-reviewed open access journal that aims to serve as a leading forum for Anglo-Jewish historiography, as well as comparative and multi-site work that integrates English-speaking Jews in its approach.
Edited by Tim Causer | Ongoing Publication
The Journal of Bentham Studies is a fully peer-reviewed, open access journal, dedicated to the life and writings of the utilitarian philosopher, and founder of UCL, Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832). First published in 1997, the journal aims to provide a forum for debate and discussion of all aspects of Bentham studies and utilitarianism.
Edited by Peter Swaab | Publishes Twice Annually
The Journal of the Sylvia Townsend Warner Society is a peer-reviewed, open access journal aiming to create a wider interest in this brilliant, original and witty writer. It features scholarly articles, previously unpublished archival works by Warner, and pieces by well-known contemporary writers describing their appreciation of Warner.
Edited by Christina Eckes, Piet Eeckhout and Anne Thies | First issue 2017
Europe and the World: A law review is a new open access, peer-reviewed, online journal. It aims to contribute to legal scholarship on the place of Europe in the world, with a particular but by no means exclusive focus on EU external relations law.
Edited by Claire Cameron and Gabriel Eichsteller | Published Twice Annually
The International Journal of Social Pedagogy (IJSP) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal publishing articles on social pedagogy in the broadest sense, which includes all aspects of social, philosophical, pedagogical and educational parameters. Relevant areas of practice explored in the journal from a social pedagogical perspective include: education, adult education, life-long learning, social work, social care, personal and social well-being and growth, social-pedagogical problems (for example neglect, intimidation, bullying, prejudices, social marginalisation, school exclusion etc.), teaching support in schools, family support, youth work, youth and criminal justice, learning disability and physical disability services, support for older people, community education, children’s participation, children’s and human rights.
Edited by Hilary Francis, Nick Grant and William Booth with Mark Seddon | Twice yearly
Radical Americas Journal is an open access, peer-reviewed academic journal that explores the historical, political and social contexts that have underpinned radicalism in the Americas, engaging fully with the cross-currents of activism which connect North, Central and South America along with the Caribbean.