Many journals published by Columbia University Libraries archive their content in Academic Commons. Select a journal title to start browsing.
Columbia Business Law Review
The Columbia Business Law Review is the first legal periodical at a national law school to be devoted solely to the publication of articles focusing on the interaction of the legal profession and the business community. The review publishes three issues yearly.
Columbia Journal of Environmental Law
The Columbia Journal of Environmental Law was founded in 1972 with a grant from the Ford Foundation. The Journal is one of the oldest environmental law journals in the nation and is regarded as one of the preeminent environmental journals in the country. Our subscribers include law libraries, law firms, individuals, and federal, local, and state courts, as well as a significant international readership.
Columbia Journal of Gender and Law
Edited and published entirely by students at the Columbia University School of Law, the Columbia Journal of Gender & Law publishes interdisciplinary works rooted in feminist inquiry with the aim of promoting dialogue, debate, and awareness that will broaden the very concept of feminism as one that critically engages multiple and varied forms of social hierarchy and power differentials and their relation to the law.
Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts
The Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts is a quarterly, student-edited publication dedicated to up-to-date and in-depth coverage of legal issues involving the art, entertainment, sports, intellectual property, and communications industries. Founded in 1975, the journal is one of the most-cited periodicals devoted to arts law issues and features contributions by scholars, judges, practitioners, and students.
Columbia Journal of Race and Law
The mission of the Columbia Journal of Race and Law is to establish a dialogue on historic and contemporary notions of socio-political and legal challenges facing racial and ethnic minorities. We hope to embrace the continual importance of prioritizing this discourse as a means of better understanding contemporary issues, in addition to embarking on new paths for social progress.
Columbia Journal of Tax Law
The Columbia Journal of Tax Law provides a needed forum for academics, practitioners, and policymakers to explore ideas in tax law and policy. Aims to bridge the worlds of both theory and practice by targeting scholars, practitioners, and policymakers as its authors and audience.
Columbia Medical Review
The Review is at the intersection of medicine and society – a platform for discussion on fundamental medical knowledge and its application to the society in which we live and work. Seeks to serve as a place for thought leaders to convene and develop action-oriented agendas to combat contemporary and anticipated social issues in medicine. The Review ceased publication in 2018.
Columbia Social Work Review
The Columbia Social Work Review is an annual peer-reviewed journal for students in the field of social work to share their research, experiences and views with faculty, fellow students, and the wider scholarly community. The mission of the journal is to provide a forum for the exchange of innovative ideas that integrate social work practice, education, research, and theory from the perspective of social work students. Previously published as: Journal of Student Social Work.
Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Development
Consilience: The Journal of Sustainable Development is an online journal dedicated to promoting interdisciplinary dialogue on sustainable development. Aims to bring students, researchers, professors, and practitioners from a variety of disciplines and geographical regions in direct conversation with each other through an online, academically rigorous medium.
Current Musicology is a leading journal for scholarly research on music. We publish articles and book reviews in the fields of historical musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory, and philosophy of music. The journal was founded in 1965 by graduate students at Columbia University as a semiannual review. This archive contains articles published in the journal starting in 1980.
On Our Terms: The Undergraduate Journal of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies
On Our Terms (OOT) was an online, peer-reviewed, academic journal of women and leadership. Produced under the auspices of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies at Barnard College, this publication featured scholarship by undergraduates from across the globe seeking to enhance our generation’s discourse on the theme. This journal created for students, by students, aimed to provide a platform for student thought, debate, and voice through the publication of original academic articles and multimedia pieces. Our staff consisted of undergraduate students at Barnard College enrolled in the Athena Scholars Program. OOT ceased publication in 2016.
Studies in Applied Linguistics & TESOL
Studies in Applied Linguistics & TESOL (SALT) is an open-access journal committed to building a community and facilitating discussions between students, professors, and practitioners in Applied Linguistics and TESOL worldwide through the publication of quality empirical research, reviews of literature, and interviews with leading scholars in the field. Previously published as: Working Papers in Applied Linguistics & TESOL, Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics. This is an archive of articles published under all three names of the journal.
Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements
TOHM emphasizes the broad panoply of non-Parkinsonian movement disorders, giving center stage to clinical observations and research in the area of hyperkinesia in contrast to other publications which focus primarily on disorders of hypokinesia (i.e., mainly Parkinson’s disease and other forms of parkinsonism). A special and additionally-unique focus of the journal is tremor research; tremor is the most common movement disorder, and no other publications make it a central focus of scholarly communication. TOHM was published by the Columbia University Libraries from 2011-20. This is an archive of articles published in the journal during this period.
Voices in Bioethics
Voices in Bioethics focuses on pressing bioethical issues. Our publication analyzes domestic and global ethical issues found throughout the intersection of medicine, law, philosophy, public health, and technology. Our contributors are a diverse group of graduate students, graduates of Columbia’s MS in Bioethics program, health professionals, researchers, philosophers, and professors.
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