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Critical ConversationsMission: The SSWSJ is committed to furthering the accomplishments of the School of Social Welfare students, sharing and connecting the knowledge and ideas cultivated at UAlbany, which incorporate social work practice, theory and research to enhance and impact our society. Our primary goal is to highlight the work of all students by featuring student writing across the BSW, MSW, and PhD programs. Students are encouraged to submit a range of manuscripts touching practice, policy, and research, including assignments completed as part of their coursework. Each submission is evaluated by student reviewers through a double-blind process, and final acceptance decisions are made by the editors, in consultation with the faculty advisors.
JLAMS is an open-access journal providing an outlet for the dissemination of ideas, articles, academic papers, and essays of interest to library leaders at all levels and of all types of libraries. JLAMS is refereed, although other contributions are accepted.
For information regarding submissions, please contact: LAMS
Latino(a) Research Review
ISSN 2160-0821The Latino(a) Research Review (LRR) was a refereed interdisciplinary journal focusing on the experiences of the diverse Latino groups in the United States, and those of the populations of Latin America and the Caribbean regions. The journal published scholarly articles, research notes, and book reviews. LRR paid particular attention to research on (im)migration issues and the transnational hemispheric processes that link US Latinos(as) with their countries of origin.
Living in Languages
Living in Languages Journal is an online, open access, peer-reviewed journal devoted to translation studies. As a multilingual and interdisciplinary publication—a collaboration between the English and the Languages, Literatures, and Cultures Departments at the University at Albany—translation is understood without delineation: traversing borders, disciplines, and mediums.
The Journal for MultiMedia History
The Journal for MultiMedia History: Peer Reviewed MultiMedia History.
The JMMH relaunch is underway.
The journal is accepting multimedia history projects for peer review. The JMMH also accepts reviews of pertinent works and analyses of the multimedia history field. Use the submission link to the left, and stay tuned for forthcoming issues.