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Disability Studies Quarterly
Disability Studies Quarterly (DSQ) is the journal of the Society for Disability Studies (SDS).
It is a multidisciplinary and international journal of interest to social scientists, scholars in the humanities, disability rights advocates, creative writers, and others concerned with the issues of people with disabilities. It represents the full range of methods, epistemologies, perspectives, and content that the multidisciplinary field of disability studies embraces. DSQ is committed to developing theoretical and practical knowledge about disability and to promoting the full and equal participation of persons with disabilities in society.
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Early Modern Japan: An Interdisciplinary Journal
Early Modern Japan: An Interdisciplinary Journal
is a publication of the Early Modern Japan Network (EMJNet), an interdisciplinary, international community of specialists of early modern Japan (ca. late 16th to late 19th century). We are affiliated with the Northeast Asia Council of the Association for Asian Studies. Early Modern Japan publishes scholarly essays, translations, essays on teaching about early modern Japan, academic news, and book reviews. All scholarly submissions are peer-reviewed.
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Empirical Musicology Review
Empirical Musicology Review (EMR) aims to provide an international forum promoting the understanding of music in all of its facets. In particular, EMR aims to facilitate communication and debate between scholars engaged in systematic and observation-based music scholarship. Debate is promoted through publication of commentaries on research articles.
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Enarratio
Enarratio, 
published annually by the Medieval Association of the Midwest (MAM), is an interdisciplinary journal of peer-reviewed articles and book reviews. The Association promotes the study, criticism, research, and exchange of ideas related to all aspects of medieval studies, facilitating the work of medievalists in the Midwest and across the nation. MAM is a member of CARA (the Committee on Centers and Regional Associations of the Medieval Academy of America) and sponsors an annual conference as well as sessions at the International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo and the Midwest Modern Language Association convention. The journal is published in hard copy for members of the organization and for subscribing libraries.
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International Journal of Rural Criminology
The International Journal of Rural Criminology (IJRC) (formerly the International Journal of Rural Crime) provides a forum for the publication of both empirical and theoretical work on rural crime in societies around the world. Beginning in 2012, IJRC will be published every 6 months.
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International Journal of Screendance
The International Journal of Screendance is an international, artist-led journal exploring the field of Screendance. It is the first-ever scholarly journal wholly dedicated to this growing area of worldwide interdisciplinary practice. The International Journal of Screendance will engage in rigorous critique grounded in both pre-existing and yet to be articulated methodologies from the fields of dance, performance, visual art, cinema and media arts, drawing on their practices, technologies, theories and philosophies. The Journal will provide a new frame through which Screendance will be examined in the context of contemporary cultural debates about interdisciplinarity, artistic agency, practice as theory, and curatorial practices. 
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Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies
The Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies
welcomes manuscripts, both theoretical and empirical, about plain Anabaptist groups, including Amish, Apostolic Christian, Brethren, Bruderhof, Hutterite, Russian Mennonite, Swiss Mennonite, and related movements. The journal further seeks to include the rigorous research of members from plain Anabaptist communities, who are invited to submit manuscripts for special consideration.
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The Ohio Journal of Science
The aim of The Ohio Journal of Science (OJS) is to publish and disseminate peer-reviewed original contributions to education, science, engineering, and technology. Although research that is relevant in Ohio is especially encouraged, editors will consider all submittals that advance the mission of The Ohio Academy of Science to foster curiosity, discovery, and innovation to benefit society. Published annually, plus the Annual Meeting Program Abstracts, The Ohio Journal of Science is the official publication of the Academy.
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Journal Hosting Partnerships

alter/nativas
alter/nativas, latin american cultural studies journal
is a biannual, peer-reviewed, online scholarly journal associated with the Center for Latin American Studies at The Ohio State University. The journal is archived in the Knowledge Bank.
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Cornfield Review
We strive to represent the literary and artistic voice of Central Ohio by offering area college students an opportunity to see their work published in a professional literary journal. Additionally, we are passionate about achieving a cultural impact that goes beyond local campuses and reaches into the greater community. The Cornfield Review is published annually. The Editorial Board seeks quality poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction in addition to original artwork and photography. Submissions are primarily accepted from students, faculty, and staff of OSU-Marion and Marion Technical College, although works by off-campus writers and artists are also accepted for consideration.
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JUROS: The Journal of Undergraduate Research at Ohio State
JUROS's
mission is simple: Docendo discimus, or, We learn by teaching.The JUROS staff is committed to establishing a forum for the discussion of scholarly undergraduate work from every area of study at Ohio State. By developing such a forum, we can encourage students to learn from and teach each other. Become part of the Docendo discimus process!
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New Model Publishing

Mujeres Talk
Mujeres Talk is an online, interdisciplinary, edited, and moderated forum for the circulation and discussion of original research, commentary, and creative work in brief and diverse formats such as essays (500-1500 words), multimedia presentations, and short video. We focus on Chicana, Latina. and Native American women’s work, however, we continue to welcome work from allies, and diverse racial and ethnic authors within and outside of these categories. Though we publish under the sign of “Mujeres,” we invite authors of all genders to contribute to the project. All posts represent the views of individual authors. All submissions are reviewed by two members of the Editorial Group to ensure that they are appropriate for publication in this venue, offer an original and interesting perspective, cite relevant research where necessary, and meet our length requirements.
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Buckeye East Asian Linguistics
Buckeye East Asian Lingustics
is an open-access online publication launched in 2015. It is dedicated to the empirical study of languages spoken in East Asian countries/regions, including cross-linguistic research that draws on East Asian languages. It is edited by the faculty members and graduate students in the East Asian linguistics community at The Ohio State University. It aims to help disseminate the most updated research of East Asian linguistics to the global scholarly community so as to encourage and foster the widest communication and collaboration among scholars interested in East Asian linguistics.
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