Aliso: A Journal of Systematic and Floristic Botany (Current Journals)
Aliso: A Journal of Systematic and Floristic Botany is the open-access, peer-reviewed, scientific journal of California Botanic Garden (formerly Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden). International in scope, the journal publishes original articles on systematic and evolutionary botany. Floristic studies pertaining to the western United States and areas of comparable climate and vegetation are also featured.
Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union (Current Journals)
The European Union Center of California
The European Union Center of California was founded in 1998 with the assistance of the European Commission. Based at Scripps College, the center conducts its programs cooperatively with the other members of the Claremont Colleges. The Center's mission is to advance public understanding of European integration and transatlantic relations through education and research.
The Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference Journal is an open access journal and compiles outstanding research papers by undergraduate students presented at the Claremont-UC Undergraduate Research Conference on the European Union, held annually at Scripps College and hosted by the European Union Center of California.
CODEE Journal (Current Journals)
The CODEE Journal is a peer-reviewed, open-access publication, distributed by the CODEE (Community of Ordinary Differential Equations Educators) and published by the Claremont Colleges Library, for original materials that promote the teaching and learning of ordinary differential equations.
The CODEE Journal is an open access journal, which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or their institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access. All articles are licensed with a Creative Commons license. The journal is archived by LOCKSS.
Eastern Sierra History Journal (Current Journals)
The Eastern Sierra History Journal is a collaboration between the Eastern Sierra Interpretative Association (ESIA) and the Claremont Colleges Library. An annual publication, it features selected papers delivered at the Eastern Sierra History Conference; from time to time, the editors might also commission essays to expand that year’s coverage. The journal’s geographical parameters are from the Sierra’s eastern slope to the eastern California deserts; its north-south spine is US 395. Among possible subjects the journal explores are the region’s complex Indigenous histories and the contemporary issues impacting tribal life; colonization, Japanese-American internment, as well as agricultural and industrial development from the nineteenth century to the present. Other enduring themes include public-lands management, water quality and quantity, endangered species, recreation, and population growth.
EnviroLab Asia (Current Journals)
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New EnviroLab Asia publishes student, alumni, staff, and faculty scholarship that integrates Asian and Environmental Studies, a project underwritten by a LIASE grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to the Claremont Colleges. In collaboration with the Claremont Colleges Library's Scholarship@Claremont, EnviroLab Asia is a digital-native site that explores some of the key environmental issues that Asia has confronted, and will continue to confront, across the 21st Century.
essay: critical writing at pomona college (Archived Journals)
essay: critical writing at pomona college is an online, open-access journal published in Scholarship@Claremont. essay is an initiative of the Pomona College Writing Program and is part of a larger network of online, open-access publications supported by the The Claremont Colleges Library. Pieces that appear in essay are peer-reviewed by Pomona College Writing Partners and Writing Program faculty.essay: critical writing at pomona college.
FIVE: The Claremont Colleges Journal of Undergraduate Academic Writing (Archived Journals)
FIVE: The Claremont Colleges Journal of Undergraduate Academic Writing is an online open access journal published in Scholarship@Claremont. FIVE is a collaborative partnership of the Writing Centers of the five undergraduate Claremont Colleges and the Claremont Colleges Library and is part of a larger network of online open access publications supported by the Claremont Colleges Library.
Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal (Archived Journals)
The Humanistic Mathematics Network Newsletter (HMNN) was founded by Alvin White in the summer of 1987. The Newsletter was later renamed The Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal (HMNJ). The last issue of the HMNJ was published in 2004. This is the open access digital archive of the full run of the HMNN/HMNJ (1987-2004).
This journal does not accept new content. A related current journal is the Journal of Humanistic Mathematics.
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Journal of Amazigh Studies (Current Journals)
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Journal of Humanistic Mathematics (Current Journals)
This is an open-access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or their institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access. All articles are licensed with a Creative Commons license.
The journal is archived by LOCKSS and indexed by MathSciNet and EBSCO.
We would love to hear from you! Please email the editors (Mark Huber at firstname.lastname@example.org and Gizem Karaali at email@example.com), or submit a response directly to any of the published articles or essays (you can use the Submit A Response link on the relevant page). Alternatively, if you prefer snail mail, you can use the following address:
Journal of Humanistic Mathematics
Claremont Center for the Mathematical Sciences
610 North College Avenue
Claremont, CA 91711
United States of America
Journal of the Language Association of Eastern Africa (Current Journals)
Journal of the Language Association of Eastern Africa (JLAEA) publishes research on languages and language use in East Africa. It is the publication venue for the proceedings of the biennial meeting of the Language Association of Eastern Africa, but it also accepts submissions independent of that meeting.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete description of the journal's coverage.
LUX: A Journal of Transdisciplinary Writing and Research from Claremont Graduate University (Archived Journals)
The goal of LUX is to provide a venue where scholars of different fields can highlight their unique findings for the very first time. Stemmed from eligible submissions to the yearly student research conference hosted by Claremont Graduate University, our journal provides an engaging forum where scholarly exchange is encouraged. It is our hope that the work shared in the journal will inform and strengthen research everywhere.
Mime Journal (Current Journals)
Mime Journal, founded in 1974, publishes articles and monographs on topics as diverse as François Delsarte, Noh/Kyogen Masks and Performance, Jacques Copeau’s Theatre School, and many issues about Etienne Decroux and his work. We aim to disseminate scholarship on Etienne Decroux, his influences and his students, to an audience of practitioners and scholars. We welcome submissions at any time.
Passwords (Archived Journals)
Here is a package,
a program of passwords.
It is to bring strangers together.
- William Stafford, “Passwords”
Passwords, a five-college literary magazine of poetry, prose, and visual art, has been published on a semester basis since 2000. Our mission is to provide a literary forum for the Claremont college community, and our editorial board is open to all students.
Performance Practice Review (Current Journals)
Performance Practice Review (PPR) is a blind, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of Western musical performance practices. It is not confined to any historical period. Originally published bi-annually from 1988 to 1997, contributions to Performance Practice Review from 2006 onward will be published exclusively online.
Please note that PPR accepts and publishes articles on a rolling basis, so the current issue may not yet be complete.
The STEAM Journal (Current Journals)
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Welcome to The STEAM Journal, a transdisciplinary, global, theory-practice, peer-reviewed, open access, online journal with a focus on the intersection of the sciences and the arts. The STEAM Journal integrates perspectives from a variety of contexts and fields.
STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics.
The STEAM Journal is on pause temporarily.
But STEAM is still rising! We are in a transition phase of reflection and redefinition of our scope of work so we can foster strong community and engagement with the research and practice of arts-based integrative work in multiple contexts. We are also building a new team and based on our explorations will determine a call for submissions and publication timeline by the middle of this year.
As contributors, if you have submitted an item before we hit the pause button, please feel free to either withdraw your submission so you can submit elsewhere or wait till we return in the middle of this year with a clear journal scope and a new call for submissions.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STEAM Rising - Reimagining, Reframing, Rejuvenating
The STEAM Journal began in 2013 with the support of the Transdisciplinary program at Claremont Graduate University (CGU), under the leadership of Sara Kapadia who was a graduate student at CGU. Sara led the journal in a decade of work gathering STEAM research and practice from around the world and creating a space for artists to engage with STEAM ideas. Under Sara’s leadership, The STEAM Journal was proud to support a bipartisan bill brought by Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici who led a STEAM caucus that contributed significantly to the 2015 Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) to provide funding and mandates for STEAM education in schools (The Creative Coalition, 2015).
Last year, we took on the Journal as part of the development of the Transdisciplinary program at CGU as Sara moved on to new adventures. This coincided with a 10-year mark and was the appropriate time to review and renew what the Journal means.
STEAM began as a response to the U.S. National Science Foundation’s (NSF) advocacy of STEM from 2001 as a critical approach to prepare students for innovation and the future workforce. Educators realizing the emphasis on STEM could be better balanced by integrating the arts, created interest and momentum in STEAM connecting it to the fostering of 21st century skills such as creativity, communication, collaboration, critical thinking, empathy, relationality and other social-emotional skills. STEAM has had an amazing run especially in K-12 settings, helping to garner interest among educators and curriculum developers to partner with artists in developing engaging, humanizing teaching and learning processes.
This history leads us to ask new questions about STEAM, here in the United States and around the world. How has STEAM evolved in response to global changes? What has been the focus in teacher education on equipping teachers to understand STEAM and work effectively with artists? There are also questions of access and equity; who has been left out? To what extent does STEAM contribute to educational and social equity and flourishing? What has been its effect within education and research? How do artists view the idea of STEAM in their creative process or in entering education spaces as arts integrators? Has integration of the arts with STEM and new STEM curricula created a deeper intertwining of aesthetic, socio-emotional, technical, and scientific principles and methodologies in research and practice? What is STEAM’s relationship with broader arts-integration in research and practice with the humanities, with business, or community development?
These and other questions will help us frame a purpose and process for the Journal that we can share with you. How can we create, share, and explore transdisciplinary engagement across disciplines and the world in engaging arts and the aesthetic dimensions of being human? More importantly, for what purpose? We want to invite a community of researchers, artists, educators, and practitioners engaged with addressing critical issues of humanity and the planet and see the arts as part of that work. We especially would like to invite young voices of school children whose perspectives are often unheard.
If you are a STEAM or arts-integration advocate, researcher, or practitioner, we’d love to hear your ideas. Email us at email@example.com to share your thoughts about any of these questions and to raise new questions to add to the mix. Also engage with our LinkedIn discussion on RE-Imagining STEAM and the path ahead for the STEAM Journal.