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The Providence College art journal has been the capstone experience for the Art and Art History students since the inception of the Department.
Caritas in Veritate, is an online theology journal presenting scholarship by Providence College students. The mission of Caritas in Veritate is to examine Catholic doctrine in a spirit of faithful inquiry, as a response to the Church’s call for the New Evangelization. Articles in the journal aim to be both intellectually stimulating and faithful to the Church’s magisterium and yet accessible to a wider audience.
The first volume of Caritas in Veritate will be published in Fall 2017 and will present papers and scholarship presented at a Spring 2017 symposium with the theme of love and truth.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Sociology between the Gaps: Forgotten and Neglected Topics (SBG) is an innovative, peer-reviewed, open-access, cross-disciplinary, independent online journal published in English.
This not-for-profit journal is published electronically in collaboration with the Digital Publishing Services Department at Providence College's Phillips Memorial Library + Commons. The Editor-In-Chief is grateful to the library staff that help make this publication possible.
Editor-In-Chief: Josephine A. Ruggiero, Ph. D.
Professor Emerita of Sociology.
Providence, Rhode Island 02918
Sociology between the Gaps will consider submitted work from sociologists, students enrolled in sociology courses, and professionals in related fields providing the content of the submission has not been substantially published previously or submitted simultaneously to another journal or publication, print or electronic. Papers may be submitted by those working in academic, applied, clinical, or other settings. The Editor-In-Chief encourages submissions in English from international authors working on topics of sociological interest. See the Aims and Scope for a complete description of the journal.
About SBG4: Open-Topic Submissions
The Editorial Board of Sociology between the Gaps is seeking submissions on forgotten, neglected, or unexplored topics or aspects of topics within sociology. Papers on themes addressed in Volumes 1-3 are also encouraged. Submitting authors are expected to review and follow SBG Manuscript Guidelines and to make clear how their paper fits within the mission of SBG.
SBG4 will also be introducing a blog, which will be a continuation of the Etcetera section which first appeared in Volumes 2 and 3.
Submissions to SBG4 and the blog will be evaluated and published on an on-going basis. Volume 4 will be closed when the Editor-in-Chief decides that sufficient items have been accepted for publication in the volume. Send submissions and questions to Dr. Josephine Ruggiero, Editor-in-Chief at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Assisi Institute Journal provides a forum for interdisciplinary investigation into the presence and working of psyche in matter, and the influence of archetypal patterns and dynamics in the personal and collective domains of culture and life. Accordingly, the Journal seeks to advance analysis of the “psychic fields of experience” present in clinical and therapeutic settings, organizations (government, business, leadership, scientific, and cultural), artistic, spiritual, and religious practices, and the natural and/or built environment. Of particular importance is the contribution toward a more profound understanding of archetypal patterns as they influence both the proliferation of violence in the world and the establishment of justice and peace in human relations in both local and international communities.
The Heritage Journal is a biannual newsletter for the Black Studies Program at Providence College. We invite our scholarly community- students, faculty, staff, alum and community members to contribute to Heritage. Pieces can take multiple forms such as art, poetry or prose; they can be reflective or analytical.
The literary magazine Calliope was first published in 1977. It was published through a Creative Writing course (CW200: Literary Magazine) at Roger Williams College. The students were responsible for all stages of preparation and publication, except printing. Works were submitted by established and emerging writers around the world. The journal was published twice a year until 1998. For more information, click on the "About this Journal" tab on the left.
Critical Conversations: A Celebration of Writing showcases and celebrates writing composed in James Beitler's WTNG 200 courses at Roger Williams University. In the spirit of the Burkean parlor, the journal's writers engage existing conversations, and their papers serve as resources for students enrolled in subsequent sections of the course.
New and Dangerous Ideas is an online magazine that lives in the Roger Williams University Intercultural Center. NaDI seeks to promote social justice by letting students share their ideas and experiences through art. We accept all forms of art/expression and publish the works we think fit the mission and quality we want for the magazine. Our audience is primarily the Roger Williams University community.Journal Website
New England Science Public: Series Evolution (Journals)
New England Science Public: Series Evolution (ISSN: 2326-0971) is published yearly by New England Science Public and the New England Center for The Public Understanding of Science at Roger Williams University. The Series publishes original, hypothesis-testing research articles, comprehensive reviews, current trends articles, conceptual viewpoints that challenge traditional scientific consensus and advance knowledge, and data and meta-data analytical studies in evolution and its directly related disciplines and sub disciplines (see About this Journal page for list of disciplines sponsored by the Series).
The Proceedings of the New York State Communication Association publishes the Proceedings for the Convention of the New York State Communication Association. Papers are accepted to appear in the issue associated with the Convention in which they were presented. All papers, including those for the Undergraduate Student Papers, are blind peer-reviewed. Keynote addresses and GIFT panel submissions are not refereed.
Calls for PapersThe Editor of the NYSCA Proceedings issues the following Calls for Papers:
(Please note that there are TWO (2) calls this year for the NYSCA Proceedings.)
Research papers presented at the 75th Annual Conference (2017) of the New York State Communication Association - From Plato to Pixels: Honoring the Past, Celebrating the Present, Shaping the Future are being accepted for blind peer review for the conference Proceedings beginning immediately after the conference. We urge you to contribute your work.Submissions will be accepted until March 1, 2018
Now that we have hit our 75th anniversary, we wish to create a retrospective edition of work presented at our annual conferences. We invite those who have presented in the past but perhaps did not submit that work for publication in the Proceedings, to share that work with us in this special edition. Please indicate in the running head AND under the Title of the paper, the year in which it was presented. Submissions will be accepted until February 1, 2018.
Reason and Respect (Journals)
Roger Williams University Law Review (School of Law)
The Roger Williams University Law Review is a journal of legal scholarship and commentary that is managed, edited and published by students of Roger Williams University School of Law. The Law Review publishes three issues each year. The Fall issue is devoted to topics of national interest. The Spring issue focuses on topics with a unique Rhode Island flavor, featuring a topical survey of Rhode Island law. The Law Review also publishes a third issue, the focus of which varies yearly. Committed to serving both a national and Rhode Island audience, the Law Review is distributed to law school libraries, government institutions, private law firms, and individual subscribers.