Journals

Journals

The journals listed below are affiliated with the Center for Humanities and Digital Research and share its goal of pursuing and publishing work in the humanities. The journals, both scholarly and creative, present work in various fields (rhetoric, creative writing, film, philosophy, history, among others) and mediums.

The journals here are edited by various faculty members throughout the College of Arts and Humanities, and students, both graduate and undergraduate, assist in the technical aspects of their publication through assistantships and internships.

If you are a faculty or staff member in the College of Arts and Humanities interested in editing a journal (new or aquired), or a graduate or undergraduate student who wants to learn about publishing through a hands-on internship, please contact us.


The Florida Review

In print since 1972 and with a recently launched online component, Aquifer, The Florida Review publishes innovative fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, graphic narrative, as well as visual arts and film.

Editor: Jake Wolff
Asst. Professor, English

JTEAS

Journal of Themed Experience and Attractions Studies is the first scholarly journal dedicated to research, scholarship, pedagogy and analysis of themed experience and attractions.

Editor: Peter Weishar
Professor, Themed Experience

Florida Historical Quarterly

Published four times a year by the Florida Historical Society, with editorial offices at UCF, FHQ is the leading scholarly publication and journal of record in Florida history.

Editor: Connie Lester
Professor, History

Convergence Rhetoric

Convergence Rhetoric is a peer-reviewed online research journal dedicated to the publication of undergraduate student research in writing and rhetoric and the digital humanities.

Editor: Marcy Galbreath
Instructor, Writing & Rhetoric

Florida Philosophical Review

Florida Philosophical Review: The Journal of the Florida Philosophical Association is an anonymously refereed, indexed publication that publishes many philosophical approaches.

Editor: Michael Strawser
Professor, Philosophy

Prose Studies

Launched in 1977, Prose Studies is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of nonfiction prose in all historical and contemporary contexts, featuring diverse theoretical and interpretive approaches.

Editor: Anna Maria Jones
Professor, English

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