The Digital Library at theUniversity of Edinburgh uses OJS (Open Journal Systems) to provide a platform for academic staff and student groups to publish Open Access journals.
The Journal of Contemporary Community Education Practice Theory. The Concept Journal offers a lively independent forum for critical debate and exchange of ideas in contemporary Community Education. Community Education is seen in the broadest sense to include community work, adult education and youth work and takes place in a range of settings and agencies. We see the concept of community education as dynamic and diverse and do not seek to reflect a fixed view.
Hydra: Interdisciplinary Journal of Social Studies is a student-focused, peer-reviewed academic journal, which strives to highlight the best of current postgraduate student scholarship at the University of Edinburgh. The journal’s title represents its strong commitment to interdisciplinary research, in the belief that by opening a channel of dialogue between diverse disciplines within the realm of the social sciences, classic debates may be infused with innovative and even unexpected observations.
Res Medica is the Journal of the Royal Medical Society.
It was founded in 1957 with the purpose to promote academic research amongst medical students at Edinburgh. Our vision is to support the academic pursuits of medical students by providing a platform on which they can publish, share and read their work. We hope that this will not only provide a good experience, but stimulate and inspire students to get involved in academic medicine. We are proud to involve students at every stage of the journal process, including peer review conducted in partnership with experts in academic and clinical medicine. We are an open access and peer reviewed journal.
We welcome all interested students and doctors to submit their work to us. Please contact us if you have any enquiries or ideas about potential publications.
The South Asianist
The South Asianist is an interdisciplinary academic journal intended to spur critical debate on social, environmental, cultural, linguistic, religious, political and economic aspects of South Asia. At its core is the need to open research on and in South Asia to as wide an audience as possible. With this in mind, peer-reviewed articles and reviews will be complimented by a variety of experimental formats including exploratory essays we call 'tea-stallers', as well as a section dedicated to video vignettes that include interviews and documentaries that seek to reflect the energy of ethnographic work with the affinities of investigative journalism. Finally, The South Asianist Blog has been created to follow more week-to-week activities of fieldwork and is run by a dedicated Blog Editor and a team of regular contributors.
The Unfamiliar is a student-led journal based at the University of Edinburgh, aimed at making anthropology easily and widely accessible to audiences beyond academia.