Purdue University Press publishes 16 journals. Education and Culture, Philip Roth Studies, and Shofar are available by subscription and the rest are open access. Many of our journals are sponsored by a unit or department at Purdue University and edited by Purdue faculty. Click the “Access the Journal” links below for more information.
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Journal Editors: Catherine Dossin, Purdue University; and Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel, Université de Genève
The Artl@s Bulletin is a transdisciplinary journal devoted to spatial and transnational questions in the history of the arts. The journal focuses on the “transnational” as constituted by exchange between the local and the global or between the national and the international, and features an openness to innovation in research methods, particularly the quantitative possibilities offered by digital mapping and data visualization.
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture
Journal Editor: Brittany Murray, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture publishes new scholarship in the fields of comparative literature and cultural studies in a global, international, and intercultural context, and with a plurality of methods and approaches.
Education and Culture: The Journal of the John Dewey Society
Journal Editor: Jessica Heybach, Florida International University
Education and Culture is the flagship journal of the John Dewey Society and draws its mission from furthering John Dewey’s work as a philosopher, psychologist, and educational theorist. This journal provides an academic forum for scholars, practitioners, researchers, and activist-scholars interested in expanding pragmatist philosophy and progressive educational thought. Submissions of Deweyan scholarship that take an integrated approach to the philosophical, historical, and sociological study of education are welcome. Content published prior to a three-year moving wall is available free of charge here. The three most recent years are accessible through Project MUSE. Additional information about the John Dewey Society can be found on their website.
First Opinions, Second Reactions
Journal Editor: Christy Wessel Powell, Purdue University
First Opinions, Second Reactions publishes book reviews that meet the needs of K-12 teachers of language arts, parents and children, and public and school librarians. FOSR actively seeks the opinions of experts in children’s literature who teach at the college level, work in educational institutions, and are writers themselves for “first opinions” on new books. These reviews, in turn, are enriched by “reactions” from others who are engaged in teaching and learning activities and have used the resource in an educational setting.
Journal of Applied Farm Economics
Journal Editor: Elizabeth A. Yeager, Kansas State University
The Journal of Applied Farm Economics publishes applied research articles and notes, reviews, and teaching case studies related to the business of production agriculture. Subjects covered by JAFE include but are not limited to animal and crop production, farm management, risk management, farmland values, efficiency and productivity, and agricultural policy.
Journal of Aviation Technology and Engineering
Journal Editor: Joseph Hupy, Purdue University
The Journal of Aviation Technology and Engineering serves the needs of collegiate and industrial scholars and researchers in the multidisciplinary fields of aviation technology and engineering. Relative topics include air carrier and general aviation flight and ground operations, the technological aspects of airport operation, aviation maintenance and engineering, unmanned aerial systems, aviation human factors and applied training research in both collegiate and industry settings, and significant developmental and historical topics related to these areas.
Journal of Human Performance in Extreme Environments
Journal Editor: Barrett S. Caldwell, Purdue University
The Journal of Human Performance in Extreme Environments publishes empirical and theoretical articles with relevance to human performance in extreme environments, defined as settings that possess extraordinary technological, social, and physical components that require significant human adaptation for successful interaction and performance. The publication reaches researchers, practitioners, and professionals from industry, the armed forces, and academic institutions from around the world who specialize in issues related to extreme environments.
Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research
Journal Editor: Senay Purzer, Purdue University
The Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research disseminates research that seeks to investigate, enhance, and transform pre-college engineering education and, ultimately, to create an engineering‐literate global society. J-PEER strives to advance knowledge that supports and inspires the interest and drive of young students to participate in engineering from an early age. J-PEER focuses on topics including pre-college engineering learning mechanisms; informal learning environments; instructional cultures and inclusive education; professional development models; curriculum and assessment studies; the role of caregivers in engineering engagement; and engineering epistemologies relevant to pre-college education.
Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research
The Journal of Purdue Undergraduate Research publishes outstanding research papers written by Purdue undergraduates from all disciplines who have completed faculty-mentored research projects. The journal is run by students and provides young researchers with an avenue to their first scholarly publishing credit. Publication of JPUR is sponsored by the Office of the Provost at Purdue University.
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement
Journal Editor: Wayne E. Wright, Purdue University
The Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement is an interdisciplinary academic journal providing a forum for scholars and writers who share a common interest in Southeast Asian Americans and their communities. JSAAEA was founded in 2006 by the National Association for the Education and Advancement of Cambodian, Laotian, and Vietnamese Americans (NAFEA), and is published with support from the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the College of Education at Purdue University.
People and Animals: The International Journal of Research and Practice
Journal Editors: Marie-Jose Enders-Slegers, Open University and Institute for Anthrozoology; Jo-Ann Fowler, International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations; Brinda Jegatheesan, University of Washington; and Dennis Turner, Institute for Applied Ethology and Animal Psychology, Horgen/Zurich, Switzerland
People and Animals: The International Journal of Research and Practice is the official publication of the International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations (IAHAIO). PAIJ publishes articles related to research and practice in the fields of animal-assisted interventions (AAI) and human-animal interactions (HAI) where the well-being of humans and animals is concerned. The journal seeks to strengthen the links between science and practice of these fields through an interdisciplinary lens drawing upon many disciplines in the sciences, humanities, and social sciences.
Journal Editors: Aimee Pozorski, Central Connecticut State University; and Maren Scheurer, Goethe University Frankfurt
Philip Roth Studies is the official journal of the Philip Roth Society. PRS welcomes all writing on the topics of Philip Roth, his fiction, and his literary and cultural significance. The editors seek submissions from established and emergent scholars from the United States and abroad. Additional information about the Philip Roth Society can be found on their website. The most recent content is accessible through Project MUSE.
Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement
Journal Editor: Elizabeth Brite, Purdue University
The Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement showcases students’ rich service-learning projects, academic civic engagement, and experiential programs. Service-learning is a high-impact practice that increases student engagement, critical thinking, and retention. It enhances students’ overall academic experience with the foundations to advance further civic engagement and employment sustainability. Students who contribute to PJSL further their community engagement with a mentored, scholarly writing experience through the development, submission, review, and formal publication process.
Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies
Journal Editors: Glenn Dynner, Fairfield University; Ranen Omer-Sherman, University of Louisville; and Rebekah Klein-Pejšova, Purdue University
Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies publishes scholarly articles, issues on special topics, book forums, and review essays. Shofar‘s special issues have covered a wide range of timely subjects, including Diaspora and exile in modern Jewish culture, the transcultural generation in Israeli literature, race and Jews in America, and Holocaust and genocide cinema. Shofar enlivens the field of global Jewish studies through rigorously researched and vetted exciting new research, offering an attractive venue for scholars to disseminate their work in an influential and widely cited journal. The most recent content is accessible through Project MUSE.
Journal Editors: Harry Denny, Purdue University; Romeo Garcia, University of Utah; and Anna Sicari, Oklahoma State University
The Writing Center Journal is the flagship journal of the International Writing Centers Association (IWCA). This academic peer-reviewed journal for scholarship intersects with writing centers in a wide-range of institutional contexts. WCJ values innovative research from a diversity of theoretical and methodological approaches, and it seeks to publish emerging voices that challenge the status quo and that represent the plurality of identities and languaging that happens in and around writing centers, whether at research universities and colleges, two-year colleges, HBCUs, HSIs, tribal colleges, trade and professional schools, or community-based literacy and writing projects.