Providence College Journals
The Providence College art journal has been the capstone experience for the Art and Art History students since the inception of the Department.
INTI fue fundada por Roger B. Carmosino en noviembre de 1974 en la Universidad de Connecticut, Storrs, Estados Unidos. A partir de entonces se ha dedicado a recoger los resultados de la investigación académica en todas las áreas críticas de la literatura latinoamericana y española. También ha sido una vía de expresión para el quehacer creativo del mundo hispánico.
Esta edición electrónica de INTI les ofrece gratuitamente a nuestros lectores todo el contenido de los números impresos. Contando con el apoyo de nuestros suscriptores y patrocinadores seguiremos publicando la edición impresa de INTI al precio corriente de la suscripción anual.
INTI was founded by Roger B. Carmosino in November 1974 at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA. Since then, INTI has been publishing the results of academic research in all areas of Latin American and Spanish Peninsular Literature. It has also been a means of expression for the creative work of the Hispanic world.
This online edition brings back issues of the journal to the web in a freely available edition. All published material on the web is available without a subscription. With the support of our subscribers and sponsors, the print edition will continue to be published and available only by subscription.
SUBMISSIONS TO VOLUME NINE ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED! DEADLINE DECEMBER 1, 2024!
Sociology between the Gaps: Forgotten and Neglected Topics (SBG) is an innovative, peer-reviewed, open-access, cross-disciplinary, independent online journal published in English. This journal publishes high quality submissions that fall into sociological work that may be viewed by some as outside mainstream sociological topics; hence the full journal title: Sociology between the Gaps: Forgotten and Neglected Topics. SBG also aims to reflect the intersections of social class, race, gender, age and cross-disciplinary views by encouraging authors to submit work on topics that cross disciplinary boundaries and/or areas of specialization but effectively link disciplines to provide a multi-disciplinary perspective on the topics and issues addressed.
This not-for-profit journal is published electronically in collaboration with Digital Projects & Metadata at Providence College's Phillips Memorial Library + Commons. The Editor-In-Chief is grateful to the library staff that help make this publication possible.
Editor-In-Chief: Josephine A. Ruggiero, Ph. D.
Professor Emerita of Sociology.
Providence, Rhode Island 02918
The Editorial Board of SBG seeks original empirical, theoretical, applied, and critical review papers that add to the existing body of knowledge in sociology. The Editorial Board is also interested in publishing point of view essays, book and film reviews, and other entries that fit with the mission of SBG. Papers on themes addressed in Volumes 1 (adoption in international perspective), 2 (creating livable communities in diverse societies, and 3 (cultural lag in post-modern society) are also encouraged.
Submissions to each currently open volume of SBG will be accepted through December 1st. Final drafts of accepted submissions will be published on an on-going basis. Depending on the number of publishable submissions she receives by the submission deadline, the Editor-in-Chief may choose to close one volume and open a new one
Send submissions and inquiries to Dr. Josephine Ruggiero, Editor-in-Chief at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Assisi Institute Journal provides a forum for interdisciplinary investigation into the presence and working of psyche in matter, and the influence of archetypal patterns and dynamics in the personal and collective domains of culture and life. Accordingly, the Journal seeks to advance analysis of the “psychic fields of experience” present in clinical and therapeutic settings, organizations (government, business, leadership, scientific, and cultural), artistic, spiritual, and religious practices, and the natural and/or built environment. Of particular importance is the contribution toward a more profound understanding of archetypal patterns as they influence both the proliferation of violence in the world and the establishment of justice and peace in human relations in both local and international communities.
The Heritage Journal is a biannual newsletter for the Black Studies Program at Providence College. We invite our scholarly community- students, faculty, staff, alum and community members to contribute to Heritage. Pieces can take multiple forms such as art, poetry or prose; they can be reflective or analytical.