The Albatross is an undergraduate, peer-reviewed, academic journal that publishes the exceptional undergraduate scholarship of students at the University of Victoria in the fields of literary analysis, critical theory, and cultural studies.
APPEAL: REVIEW OF CURRENT LAW AND LAW REFORM
Appeal is an annual double-blind peer-reviewed journal affiliated with the University of Victoria, Faculty of Law. The objective of Appeal is to promote legal research and scholarship which views law in its social, political, and philosophical contexts. Appeal is run by a student editorial board and is committed to publishing primarily student work.
ISSN: 1205-612X (Print)
ISSN: 1925-4938 (Online)
THE ARBUTUS REVIEW
The Arbutus Review is an annual peer-reviewed compilation of outstanding research papers/articles submitted by undergraduate students from all disciplines at the University of Victoria. It provides a forum for the best researchers to showcase their work to their fellow students, the campus community, high schools, funding agencies and corporations/organizations about the strength of student researchers.
ISSN: 1923-1334 (Online)
BACHELOR OF COMMERCE BEST BUSINESS RESEARCH PAPERS
Students play a key role to supporting and improving business and management research at the Gustavson School of Business. International Business Research (COM 470) gives students who go on international exchange an opportunity to develop their research and writing skills by analyzing a business issue that relates to an international site location. They explore a topic of their choosing, reporting on a phenomenon that affects the entire country or region. Or, they can focus on a specific issue that pertains to a particular private, public or not-for-profit organization. The best papers from this course are showcased annually in a publication entitled Bachelor of Commerce Best Business Research Papers.
The Corvette is a peer-reviewed undergraduate history journal seeking to publish the best scholarship produced by University of Victoria students concerning the past. The journal is interested in all methods and fields of inquiry.
ISSN: 2291-5001 (Print)
ISSN: 2291-501X (Online)
The Divergent/Convergent journal is a production of the University 101 and 102 students. The University 101 program offers free, non-credit, academic courses to students who have faced barriers to post-secondary education.
Ecorestoration: RNS Technical Series publishes the papers submitted by Restoration of Natural Systems ER 390/400 students. These papers are the result of a capstone project that involves a real restoration project in partnership with a community group, government department or industry partner. Each project involves approximately 100 hours of work and the collection of a significant amount of new data.
Guillemets is an undergraduate, peer-reviewed journal featuring the creative and academic work of UVic students who have demonstrated an exceptional analysis of a variety of topics from the Francophone world, such as literature, poetry, film, linguistics, and theatre.
On Politics is the journal of the University of Victoria Undergraduates of Political Science. It seeks to provide opportunities for undergraduate publishing, and to encourage undergraduate scholarship. The Journal publishes high-quality academic writing from a multitude of theoretical perspectives and sub-fields within the discipline of political science, as well as interdisciplinary perspectives.
PLVS VLTRA, the undergraduate journal of the Department of Hispanic and Italian Studies at the University of Victoria, is an annual blind peer-reviewed showcase of extraordinary research papers of a scholarly merit in all areas of Hispanic and Italian Studies.
Peninsula: A Journal of Relational Politics is a journal of political theory open to a broad range of methodological, philosophical, and disciplinary perspectives. Our area of focus is politics; our approach is critical; and our perspective is relational.
Published by students at the University of Victoria, Sophia provides the opportunity for students at UVic, as well as universities and colleges around the world, to present philosophical thought, aiming at fostering an environment encouraging philosophical discourse, debate, and contemplation.