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Adultspan Journal

ISSN 2161-0029

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Adultspan covers research, theory, and practice in the field of adult development and aging on issues that affect people in young, middle, and older adulthood. Adultspan Journal is the journal of the Association for Adult Development and Aging (AADA), a division of the American Counseling Association.

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Euscorpius

ISSN 1536-9307

“Euscorpius” archive (issues 1 to 270) is also available at the journal's old website.

Journal of 20th Century Media History

The Journal of 20th Century Media History is a fully online, peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes original research articles and book reviews on topics related to the history of mass media in 20th Century North America. We publish articles on journalism, broadcasting, film, publishing, strategic communication and related subjects.

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Journal of Applied Digital Evidence

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Marshall Journal of Medicine

Expanding Knowledge to Improve Rural Medicine

ISSN 2379-9536

The Marshall Journal of Medicine is a peer-reviewed,open-access journal published quarterly by Marshall University. The journal's full text is available online at mds.marshall.edu/mjm. The journal allows free access (open access) to its contents. It permits authors to self-archive final accepted versions of the articles on any Open Archives Initiative-compliant institutional/subject-based repository.

The Mid-Southern Journal of Criminal Justice

The Mid-Southern Journal of Criminal Justice is a peer-reviewed journal published by the West Virginia Criminal Justice Educators' Association. This journal allows free open access to its contents and permits authors to self archive final published versions of their articles through approved Open Archives Initiatives.

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Remembrance: A Journal of Queer Culture, Information, and Preservation

Remembrance: A Journal of Queer Culture, Information, and Preservation is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to all aspects of collecting, remembering, and recording queer lives and cultures. We welcome analytical, theoretical, and empirical studies from fields including literature, history, archival studies, and library science. As an interdisciplinary journal, we aim to publish articles that promote dialogue among disciplines, thus reinvigorating existing knowledge systems and structures.

Sermon Studies (Center for Sermon Studies)

ISSN 2689-5625

Sermon Studies is dedicated to the study of preaching in all geographic regions and all time periods. The journal is multidisciplinary and interfaith, bringing scholars and practitioners together to discuss sermon texts and the art of preaching from a variety of academic and religious perspectives.

Sermon Studies is a publication of the Center for Sermon Studies. Click the "Submit Article" button on the left to create an account and upload your work. To inquire about serving as a peer reviewer, please contact the editors.

Trauma Counseling and Resilience

Trauma Counseling and Resilience is the official journal of the International Association for Resilience and Trauma Counseling (IARTC), a division of the American Counseling Association. This journal advances knowledge about trauma counseling and resilience for counselors and mental health clinicians from diverse backgrounds around the globe. Its online platform rapidly disseminates what counselors need to know to foster trauma recovery and promote resilience in individuals and groups worldwide.

Trauma Counseling and Resilience publishes qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods studies, and scholarly articles that inform and advance knowledge about trauma counseling and resilience, including theory, practice, training, advocacy, policy, and trends. Special issues will address current psychological trauma topics while honoring diversity, inclusion, equity, belonging, and multicultural aspects of trauma. The journal’s mission recognizes that trauma-informed best practices require cultural inclusivity and examination of privilege and disparities in accessing trauma services.

Trauma Counseling and Resilience launched its Call for Manuscripts for its debut issue in Spring 2023, and will publish Issue #1 within the year.

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Critical Humanities

ISSN 2836-3140

Critical Humanities is an open-access, peer reviewed, multi-disciplinary and international bi-annual academic journal devoted to publishing critical debates and discussions on the culture, history, literature, politics, and theory emerging from the Global South. We are also interested in glancing comparatively at the American South, and at ethnic, immigrant and indigenous America.