Our journal hosting service enables open access publishing for the Carleton community, with support for every stage of the refereed publishing process, from submissions management through to online publication and indexing through major search engines like Google Scholar. We partner editors and journal teams through journal setup, training and ongoing support.
Algonquian Papers - Archive
The Papers of the Algonquian Conference / Actes du Congrès des Algonquinistes are published annually. The manuscripts are fully refereed and each manuscript is published in the language in which it was presented. The volume itself is titled in English or French, depending on the conference site.
Les Actes du Congrès des Algonquinistes / Papers of the Algonquian Conference font l’objet d’une publication annuelle. Les manuscrits sont évalués par un comité de lecture et publiés dans la langue dans laquelle ils ont été présentés. Le volume est intitulé en français ou en anglais, selon le lieu de la conférence.
Canadian Journal of Children's Rights
CJCR is an academic, peer-reviewed journal which aims to encourage a deeper understanding of the rights of children. It offers a forum for exchanging ideas and engaging in conversation regarding a range of issues relating to children’s rights. It is international in scope and content, and encourages diverse approaches to the subject.
Canadian Journal of European and Russian Studies
CJERS is a continuation of RERA - an online academic journal that publishes research articles and book/literature reviews related to the European Union, its Member States, the states of the former Soviet Union, and Central and Eastern Europe. The journal is interdisciplinary with a focus on the social sciences, policy studies, law, and international affairs. The goals of the journal are to provide an accessible forum for research and to promote high standards of scholarship.
Carleton Review of International Affairs
The Carleton Review of International Affairs is a student-run peer-reviewed journal which publishes outstanding work by students on international affairs in theory or in practice. It is interdisciplinary in its focus, recognizing the need for a multitude of perspectives and approaches in a globalized world.
Epoiesen: A Journal for Creative Engagement in History and Archaeology
ἐποίησεν (epoiesen)- made - is a journal for exploring creative engagement with the past, especially through digital means. It publishes primarily what might be thought of as ‘paradata’ or artist’s statements that accompany playful and unfamiliar forms of singing the past into existence. ... We seek to document and valorize the scholarly creativity that underpins our representations of the past. Epoiesen is therefore a kind of witness to the implied knowledge of archaeologists, historians, and other professionals, academics and artists as it intersects with the sources about the past. It encourages engagement with the past that reaches beyond our traditional audience (ourselves). We situate Epoiesen in dialogue with approaches to computational creativity or generative art. (Note: Epoiesen is not published using OJS)
Journal of Computational Geometry
The Journal of Computational Geometry (JoCG) is an international open access journal devoted to publishing original research of the highest quality in all aspects of computational geometry. JoCG articles and supplementary data are freely available for download and JoCG charges no publishing fees of any kind.
Journal of Prognostics and Health Management
Journal of Prognostics and Health Management (JPHM) is an interdisciplinary journal covering all engineering disciplines and reporting scientific progresses and technological advancements in the field of Prognostics and Health Management.
Hosted by the Institute of African Studies, at Carleton University (Ottawa, Canada), the journal Nokoko offers a space for emerging and established scholars to publish and engage in discussions about their work on Africa and the African diaspora. Nokoko aims to be a site for such important conversations related to Africa, the African diaspora, and the continent’s relationship with the rest of the world. Nokoko is a platform for public intellectuals, academics, social movements and organizations that share our vision. The journal is open access, with no fees to submit, publish or read.
Proceedings of the Conference on Historical Analysis and Research in Marketing
Established in 1983, The Conference on Historical Analysis and Research in Marketing (CHARM) is an international group of scholars who convene to discuss a broad range of topics on the theory and application of marketing. This journal comprises the Proceedings of the Biennial Conference.
Proceedings of the Child Rights Academic Network
The Proceedings are the outcome of the annual meeting of the Child Rights Academic Network (CRAN) which features discussion of children's rights, development of concrete plans for current and future activities, and exploration of collaborative research possibilities. The conference agenda is based on the issues and concerns raised by young people who attended the previous year's Shaking the Movers. CRAN's inaugural meeting took place in Ottawa on November 22, 2008.
Review of European and Russian Affairs
The Review of European and Russian Affairs (RERA) is an electronic academic journal that publishes research articles and book/literature reviews related to the European Union, its Member States, the states of the former Soviet Union, and Central and Eastern Europe. The journal is interdisciplinary with a focus on the social sciences, policy studies, law, and international affairs. The goals of the journal are to provide an accessible forum for research and to promote high standards of scholarship. RERA is an open access journal, which means that all published papers are available to users free of charge. The journal welcomes submissions from established researchers, young scholars, and advanced graduate students.
Southern Journal of Canadian Studies
The Southern Journal of Canadian Studies is the journal of the Southern Association of Canadian Studies. The journal welcomes submissions of original articles in any area of Canadian Studies. Articles addressing Canada in relation to the United States, and in particular the southern United States, are especially encouraged. Articles may employ a variety of methodologies and they may be theoretical or applied in nature; however, they should further an academic understanding of Canada and/or the field of Canadian Studies.