The Michigan Journal of Asian Studies (MJAS) was founded for the purpose of offering undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to publish their research or analytical papers relevant to the field of Asian Studies.
Canon Translation Review is the University of Michigan’s online literary magazine dedicated to promoting and publishing undergraduate and graduate translation. Although we are based within the Comparative Literature department, we hope to draw students from all areas of the university.
Xylem is the Undergraduate English Association's annually published literary journal — a collection of the best prose, poetry and art by University of Michigan students. The journal not only exclusively features undergraduate work, but all aspects of publicity, production, and publication are entirely student-run.
The Michigan Journal of History is a student-run organization whose primary purpose is to publish a journal of historical scholarship. The journal is completely staffed by students who make all editorial and organizational decisions for the journal with the backing and support of the History department at the University of Michigan
The Helicon Review is an annually published, student run, scholarly journal showcasing exceptional undergraduate work. All essays and theses written for a history of art class during a student's undergraduate career are eligible for submission. Students need not be art history majors or students of LSA to apply. Contact: email@example.com
The LHSP Journal is an annual student publication. Each year, students submit their favorite work to be shared with their peers, as well as other members of the UM community. Students may submit both art and writing. Submissions are competitive and judged blind.
Meteorite is a journal of philosophy edited by undergraduates at the University of Michigan, providing an important student voice within the academy.
The RC Review is the Residential College's decades-old, homegrown literary magazine. We publish poetry, prose (including, but not limited to, fiction, drama and essays) and black & white art. We consider submissions from anyone.
Michigan Feminist Studies, a journal edited by graduate students, offers a forum for research.
Michigan Journal of Social Work and Social Welfare was created by a group of students in the University of Michigan School of Social Work. It serves as a forum to exchange knowledge, ideas, and experiences about social work and social justice issues.
The Michigan Journal of International Affairs is a student-run publication which covers contemporary issues in global politics and economics. The Journal features both Op Ed pieces by staff writers and scholarly articles contributed by faculty and non-affiliated students. The Journal also regularly hosts campus events and featured speakers.
UMURJ is a student-run, non-technical research journal. Its mission is to build connections between undergraduate, graduate students, and the public through the publication of non-technical articles in an electronic and print publication.