The remarkable number of journals edited by faculty members and published under the aegis of the individual colleges attests to the extent and quality of scholarly and professional activity taking place at The City University of New York. The list of journals suggests both the breadth of faculty research interests and the faculty's commitment to the dissemination of knowledge within their disciplines. The Office of Academic Affairs is proud to recognize these exceptional scholarly contributions.
College: Brooklyn College -In addition to its occasional monographs, the H. Wiley Hitchcock Institute for Studies in American Music at Brooklyn College publishes a semiannual newsletter, edited by faculty members Ray Allen and Jeffrey Taylor.
College: City College of New York -This peer-reviewed, online, open-access journal is currently based at The City College of New York and edited by Barbara Gleason of CCNY’s English department. “BWe publishes scholarship on teaching and learning in various basic writing contexts. Since basic writing programs often enroll economically disadvantaged students from diverse backgrounds, these students, their teachers, and the policies that influence their access to higher education are often the focus of this journal. Other key topics of concern to BWe readers include curriculum, instructional practice, teacher preparation, program evaluation, and student learning.”
College: Hunter College - Lehman College -This multidisciplinary, bilingual, refereed journal is published through the Center for Puerto Rican Studies at Hunter College, and is edited by Xavier F. Totti, faculty member at Lehman College. CENTRO “welcomes scholarly articles in the humanities and the social and natural sciences, as well interpretive essays, interviews, fiction, reviews and art”; it “reflects developments in the field of Puerto Rican studies.”
College: City University School of Law -Published twice yearly through the CUNY School of Law, this journal is “a student-run publication devoted to producing public interest scholarship, engaging with the public interest bar, and fostering student excellence in writing, legal analysis, and research.”
College: Graduate Center - Hunter College - Queens College -Published quarterly through the Graduate Center, this international journal presents “scholarly articles devoted to the comparative analysis of political institutions and processes.” Comparative Politics is edited by Kenneth P. Erikson (Graduate Center, Hunter College), and Irving Leonard Markovitz (Graduate Center, Queens College).
College: John Jay College of Criminal Justice - Graduate Center -This semi-annual journal, based at the Institute for Criminal Justice Ethics at John Jay College, is “designed to focus greater attention on ethical issues in criminal justice by and for philosophers, criminal justice professionals, lawyers and judges, and other contributors to an informed social discourse. Its editorial scope includes topics relating to the police, the courts, corrections, and issues in legal philosophy.” Its editors, William C. Heffernan, John Kleinig, and Elizabeth Yukins are all faculty members at John Jay; Heffernan and Kleinig also teach at the Graduate Center.
College: John Jay College of Criminal Justice -This international journal “seeks to invigorate discussion among left intellectuals by publishing peer-reviewed articles, editorials, letters, reports from the field, political exchanges, and book reviews that foster open debate through criticism, research and commentary from across the social sciences and humanities." Anthony Marcus, one of the three Editors-in-chief is a member of the anthropology department at John Jay College.
College: Graduate Center - Queens College - Lehman College -DSA is published by the AMS Press in association with the Graduate Center and Queens College, and its editors include Professor Emeritus Stanley Friedman (Queens College), Professor Anne Humpherys (Graduate Center, Lehman College), and Professor Emeritus Michael Timko (Queens College, Graduate Center). “Besides presenting articles exploring the wide range of Dickens’s interests and talents, DSA also includes essays on other mid- and late-nineteenth century novelists and on the history and aesthetics of the period’s fiction.”
College: Graduate Center - Hunter College -Edited by Alan Vardy (Graduate Center, Hunter College) and based at the Graduate Center, Essays in Romanticism is “an annual peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal publishing articles on a variety of topics in British, European and Transatlantic Romantic studies.”
College: Baruch College -This annual peer-reviewed journal, edited by Wayne Fink of Baruch College, is published through the American Society of Geolinguistics, which seeks to “make linguistics intelligible to the educated non-specialist and to stress the practical importance of linguistics.”
College: Hunter College -The anthropology department at Hunter College houses this peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal, which “provides a forum for papers concerned with the complex and varied systems of interaction between people and their environment. Research papers from such diverse fields as anthropology, geography, psychology, biology, sociology, and urban planning are welcomed.” Hunter’s Daniel G. Bates is its editor in chief.
College: Baruch College -This refereed journal, edited by Ajay Das of Baruch’s Zicklin School of Business, “aims to attract and publish empirical and theoretical papers from all disciplines regarding supply integration issues throughout the firm and its domestic and international supply chain partners. No other journal today offers such a wide forum as this where integration issues across the supply chain are discussed and disseminated.”
College: Baruch College -Edited by Moshe Banai of Baruch College, this journal “presents original articles, generally from a number of countries, written for the journal or drawn from collections of papers prepared for relevant meetings around the world. Each issue is devoted to a single subject and is guest-edited by an expert with a particular interest in that subject.”
College: LaGuardia Community College -This journal is “a collective product of the teaching faculty and staff” at LaGuardia Community College. Providing “a vibrant conversation about pedagogy and practice,” In Transit “symbolizes La Guardia’s growing engagement with the scholarship of teaching and learning, an emerging field in higher education.”
College: Queens College -This peer-reviewed journal is published by the John D. Calandra Italian American Institute at Queens College, and is edited by the institute’s Joseph Sciorra. It publishes articles “about the history and culture of Italian Americans, as well as other aspects of the Italian diaspora,” and “embraces a wide range of professional concerns and theoretical orientations in the social sciences and in cultural studies. ”
College: John Jay College of Criminal Justice -This journal, edited by John Jay’s Anthony Lemelle Jr., “celebrates the work and ideas of African American men and women. The journal publishes theoretical and empirical manuscripts related to issues affecting people of African descent. It is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary journal.”
College: Graduate Center -Published three times each year by the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center at the Graduate Center, this journal is devoted to “drama and theatre in the USA—past and present … providing valuable insight and information on the heritage of American theatre, as well as its continuing contribution to world literature and the performing arts.” Its editor, David Savran, is a Distinguished Professor at the Graduate Center.
College: The University - Graduate Center - Kingsborough Community College -Supported by the University’s Office of Academic Affairs, this biannual peer-reviewed journal features “articles on theory, research, and teaching practices related to basic writing” that are “original, stimulating, well-grounded in theory, and clearly related to practice.” Its editors are Rebecca Mlynarczyk (Graduate Center, Kingsborough) and Hope Parisi (Kingsborough).
College: Baruch College -This quarterly peer-reviewed journal is edited by J. David Lichtenthal of Baruch’s Zicklin School of Business. “Created for advancing the science and practice of business-to-business marketing, [it] publishes quality research that reflects the state of scholarship and practice throughout the world” and “encourage[s] diverse approaches to business marketing theory development, research methods utilization and managerial problem-solving.”
College: Hunter College -This peer-reviewed journal presents “quality articles devoted to social work practice, theory, administration, and consultation in the field of aging.” Its managing editor is Carmen Morano, of Hunter College’s School of Social Work.
College: Graduate Center - New York City College of Technology -Sponsored by the Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program at the Graduate Center, this journal aims “to promote open scholarly discourse around critical and creative uses of digital technology in teaching, learning, and research.” It will be published “in an open-access digital format beginning in September 2011,” and its Editorial Collective includes Steve Brier (Graduate Center), and Matthew K. Gold (Graduate Center, City Tech).
College: Queens College -Published annually through the Center for Byzantine and Greek Studies at Queens College, this journal “covers a variety of fields and disciplines from history, to anthropology, to literature and politics.”
College: Hunter College -Filling “a long-standing gap in the social work literature,” this journal provides opportunities “for creative and able teachers—in schools, agency-based training programs, and direct practice—to share with their colleagues what experience and systematic study has taught them about successful teaching.” Its editor in chief is Paul Kurzman of Hunter College’s School of Social Work.
College: New York City College of Technology -Edited by City Tech’s Richard Hanley, this journal “publishes articles that review and analyze developments in urban technologies as well as articles that study the history and the political, economic, environmental, social, esthetic, and ethical effects of those technologies. The goal of the journal is, through education and discussion, to maximize the positive and minimize the adverse effects of technology on cities.”
College: John Jay College of Criminal Justice -This international peer-reviewed journal aims “to advance interdisciplinary scholarship about the lived experience and struggles of Latinas and Latinos for equity, representation, and social justice." Suzanne Oboler of John Jay College is the founding editor.
College: Graduate Center -This international journal is based at the Graduate Center’s Research Center for Music Iconography and is edited by the center’s director, Zdravko Blazekovic. It publishes “original articles on music iconography and the relationship between music and art.”
College: Graduate Center - Brooklyn College -This peer-reviewed annual, published by the International Concertina Association (ICA) and the Center for the Study of Free-Reed Instruments (CSFRI) at the Graduate Center, includes “articles on all aspects of the concertina,” as well as CD and book reviews. Its editor, Alan Atlas, is the director of CSFRI and a Distinguished Professor at the Graduate Center and Brooklyn College.
College: Baruch College -This peer-reviewed journal, edited by Baruch’s Susan Tenneriello, is published by the Pirandello Society of America, “a membership organization dedicated to the study of Luigi Pirandello’s work and its impact on modern literature and theatre.”
College: Graduate Center - Brooklyn College -The official journal of the Renaissance Society of America which is housed at the CUNY Graduate Center, this “leading American journal of Renaissance studies … provide[s] an important forum for articles of original and significant research and interpretation, as well as surveys of the field, forums, and colloquia that benefit the ongoing development of Renaissance scholarship.” Sarah Covington of the Queens College history department currently serves as the book review editor.
College: Graduate Center -Published through the Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale at the Graduate Center, this is “a comprehensive music bibliography featuring [information] … on traditional music, popular music and classical music, representing disciplines that include musicology, ethnomusicology, pedagogy, psychology, anthropology, [and] sociology.”
College: Graduate Center - New York City College of Technology - Borough of Manhattan Community College - Lehman College -This journal “publishes critical assessments of radical political thought, identifying what is new and different in politics and culture today.” Its goal is to bring “political theory and questions of strategy back to the fore as pragmatic and political necessities.” Members of its Editorial Collective include the following CUNY faculty members: Stanley Aronowitz (Graduate Center), Costas Panayotakis (City Tech), Elizabeth Wissinger (Borough of Manhattan Community College), and Mark Zuss (Lehman College).
College: Graduate Center -Published three times a year by the Institute for Contemporary East European Drama and Theatre under the auspices of the Graduate Center’s Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, this journal “brings readers lively, authoritative accounts of drama, theatre, and film in Russia and Eastern Europe … [and] includes features on important new plays in performance, archival documents, innovative productions, significant revivals, emerging artists, and the latest in film.” Its editor, Daniel C. Gerould, is a Distinguished Professor at the Graduate Center.
College: Hostos Community College -This is the journal of the Professor Magda Vasillov Center for Teaching and Learning at Hostos Community College, and is edited by Hostos’ Carl James Grindley and Kim Sanabria. Published yearly, it focuses on “the scholarship of teaching and learning” and accepts papers in English and Spanish.
College: The University - Hunter College -This refereed journal is an official publication of CUNY’s Library Association, and deals with "all aspects of urban libraries and librarianship." Its articles span topics in "academic, research, public, school, and special libraries in an urban setting," as well as "public higher education, urban studies, multiculturalism, library and educational services to immigrants, preservation of public higher education, and universal access to World Wide Web resources." Its co-editors, Lauren Yannotta and Lisa Finder, are both at Hunter College’s library.
College: Medgar Evers College - York College -Published three times a year, Wadabagei “is committed to facilitating the exchange of ideas among Caribbean scholars worldwide. It is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes scholarly articles and occasional creative works from diverse fields including politics, literature, sociology, and religion, and reviews recent publications in Caribbean studies.” Its editor in chief is J. A. George Irish (Medgar Evers College), and its editor is Holger Henke (York College).
College: Graduate Center -Published three times each year through the Graduate Center’s Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, this journal focuses on “the latest theatre developments in Western Europe.” Its editor, Marvin Carlson, is a Distinguished Professor at the Graduate Center.
College: Graduate Center - Queens College -This biannual, peer-reviewed journal is published by the Feminist Press at CUNY, and is edited by Victoria Pitts-Taylor (Graduate Center, Queens College) and Talia Schaffer (also of the Graduate Center and Queens College). WSQ offers a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary forum “for the exchange of emerging perspectives on women, gender, and sexuality.”
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