Journals

  • De Ethica

    De Ethica - A Journal of Philosophical, Theological and Applied Ethics


    De Ethica seeks to publish scholarly works in philosophical, theological and applied ethics.

  • Sensorium Journal

    Sensorium Journal is a non-commercial, open access, electronic journal for research on materiality, aesthetics and media technology, and publishes one volume a year. Sensorium Journal consists of a peer-reviewed section for articles and an open section for non-peer-reviewed contributions, that can include artistic, literary, collaborative or/and experimental pieces, as well as translations, interviews and introductions. It is easily accessible for downloading and open access. We welcome articles and contributions in the Scandinavian languages (Norwegian, Swedish, Danish) and in English.

  • ATENA Didaktik

    Avisa för Teknikens och Naturvetenskapernas Didaktik - En professionsvetenskaplig tidskrift om naturvetenskapernas och teknikens didaktik


    Välkommen till ATENA Didaktik. Tidskriften publiceras digitalt och vänder sig till lärare, förskollärare, forskare och andra som är intresserade av hur undervisning kan utvecklas genom att den baseras på forskning och beprövad erfarenhet inom de naturvetenskapliga ämnenas och teknikens didaktik.


    ATENA Didaktik ges ut av Nationellt centrum för teknikens och naturvetenskapernas didaktik - NATDID.

  • Confero

    Confero: Essays on Education, Philosophy and Politics is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal on issues related to education and social criticism. The journal provides a space for essayistic writing in this area, and particularly welcomes philosophical and political contributions.

  • Culture Unbound

    Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research is an open-access peer-reviewed journal that publishes interdisciplinary cultural research. It aims to be international in its readership, authorship and content. The journal challenges existing models of traditional scholarly publishing through its strong commitment to open access publishing and the encouragement of innovative and experimental publishing methods. This allows Culture Unbound to stand as a truly accessible home for cutting-edge cultural research.


    The journal welcomes research that explores cultural perspectives, issues or phenomena and contributes significantly to scholarly discussions in one or more fields or disciplines. We are particularly interested in interdisciplinary or trans-disciplinary research as well as work that presents innovative theoretical or methodological approaches. Culture Unbound also welcomes review articles that surveys emerging or changing fields of cultural research.


    Culture Unbound is owned by the Department of Culture Studies (Tema Q) at Linköping University, and hosted by Linköping University Electronic Press. It has three editors who are appointed by its owning unit with the task to run the editorial work and organise the Editorial Board. It has no organisational, political or commercial agenda, as its sole purpose is to publish the best possible open access journal for cultural research.

  • European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults

    The European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults (RELA) is a refereed academic journal creating a forum for the publication of critical research on adult education and learning. It has a particular focus on issues at stake for adult education and learning in Europe, as these emerge in connection with wider international and transnational dynamics and trends. Such a forum is important at a time when local and regional explorations of issues are often difficult to foreground across language barriers.

  • International Journal of Ageing and Later Life

    The International Journal of Ageing and Later Life (IJAL) serves an audience interested in social and cultural aspects of ageing and later life development. The journal welcomes contributions based on empirical work as well as methodologically interested discussions, that aim at advancing the conceptual and theoretical debates of relevance on ageing and later life research. To assure high standard, IJAL uses a double blind review process. In order to stimulate exchange of ideas on ageing across many parts of the world, IJAL does not charge authors for their submissions and has been available free of charge to anyone with Internet access since 2006.

  • Nordic Journal of Vocational Education and Training

    The Nordic Journal of Vocational Education and Training (NJVET) is a refereed academic journal creating a forum for the publication of research on vocational and professional education and training.

  • Northern European Journal of Language Technology

    NEJLT publishes peer-reviewed language technology and computational linguistics research on all languages.

  • Swedish Design Research Journal

    Swedish Design Research Journal is a journal for design research and development of the design field.


    Swedish Design Research Journal is published twice per year and consists of two sections: a research section in which an editorial committee reviews contributions in an anonymous process, and a section that comprises interviews, reports, columns and reviews of design-related literature.


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  • Valuation Studies

    Valuation Studies sets out to offer an academic platform for research and debate on the problem of valuation. Valuation indeed stands as a crucial problem for the social sciences and the humanities today, in more than one way. Understanding the tensions, determinants, contexts and effects of valuation practices appears indeed as a decisive requirement for the understanding of how our world is constructed, transformed or fractured. An interdisciplinary approach is required in order to investigate the technical cultures, the political imaginaries, the historical processes, the methodological problems and the institutional settings that shape the ways in which things are valued, and to identify relevant shifts, controversies and struggles. Sociological, anthropological, cultural, political, semiotic, historiographic, legal, institutional, critical, organisational approaches to the study of valuation phenomena are needed in order to establish tractable, actionable interdisciplinary knowledge on valuation as a problem. 


    Submissions to Valuation Studies respond to broad calls for contributions curated by the journal’s editorial board. This is to ensure focus and debate, while offering the space to address each call’s purpose from many possible angles and in reference to various forms of evidence and demonstration. The journal assesses incoming manuscripts using double-blind peer review involving at least two reviewers. Accepted manuscripts are published as PDFs with full open access and authors retain the copyright to their work.


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  • Venue

    Through the net journal Venue, we wish to stimulate colleagues working in school, as well as colleagues in educational research at universities and colleges, to participate in a qualified exchange of thoughts and knowledge, by describing experiences and research related to pre-school and school. In Venue you will be able to publish, comment on, and develop different kinds of descriptions of proved experiences as well as scientific studies.


    OJS is currently not in use for this journal.
    Manuscripts should be submitted electronically to venue@liu.se


    For more information, visit Venue's website:


    https://venue.ep.liu.se

  • POST Journal of Political Studies and Theory


    Focus and Scope


    POST is a refereed academic journal which creates a forum for the publication of innovative writing and access to debates that do not get exposure elsewhere. Already canonised established journals reproduce the canon. Even though academic writing is all about inquiry, argument and discussion, these practices are regularily stowed away ahead of the actual publication. Due to these conservative practices, and to the speed of which society and the world of knowledge is currently developing, science publishing is at risk of bracketing/marginalising itself. We believe that science publishing needs to be more about the peer review process rather than gate keeping. POST will be leading the way for new practices in publishing where processes commonly hidden away, here are part of the gaingings.