Journals

  • University of Colorado Honors Journal

    The University of Colorado Honors Journal is an interdisciplinary, student-run journal published annually by the Arts & Sciences Honors Program under the supervision of a faculty advisor and the Director of the Honors Program. The Honors Journal presents a collection of works that reflect the utmost talent, diligence, and creativity among undergraduate students at the University of Colorado Boulder.


    Each year, the Honors Journal combines undergraduate work from all academic fields including but not limited to:  art, creative nonfiction, fiction, gender & ethnic studies, humanities, natural sciences, open media, poetry, and social sciences. The Honors Journal is distributed and available to all students and departments at the University of Colorado, as well as other honors programs at other universities across the country. In order to reach a broader audience and showcase a greater variety of work, such as video and music, the Journal was expanded to include an online version in 2011.

  • Living Journal of Computational Molecular Science

    The Living Journal of Computational Molecular Science (LiveCoMS) provides a peer-reviewed home for manuscripts which share best practices in molecular modeling and simulation. These works are living documents, regularly updated on GitHub with community input, and can include perpetually updated reviews, tutorials, comparisons between software packages, and other documents which aim to improve the studies in the field and require ongoing updates.

  • Journal of New Librarianship

    There is a need to offer high-quality literature in the library and information science (LIS) field in an open, independently-produced journal. The JoNL represents the belief  that the library serves a critical role in advocating and modeling free, open, and sustainable access to information for the academe and its future. The JoNL provides an outlet that mixes both traditional and disruptive forms of scholarly and professional communication that forge innovative paths in the way that the LIS profession shares and leads. Our goal is to provide a publishing venue for emerging and interdisciplinary scholarship that does not fit within the narrow subject specialization of existing journals.

  • Linguistic Issues in Language Technology

    Linguistic Issues in Language Technology (LiLT) is an open-access, open-data journal that focuses on relationships between linguistic insights, which can prove valuable to language technology, and language technology, which can enrich linguistic research. The Editorial Board of LiLT believes that, in conjunction with machine learning and statistical techniques, deeper and more sophisticated models of language and speech are needed to make significant progress in newly emerging areas of computational language analysis. LiLT provides a forum for such work. LiLT takes an eclectic view on methodology.

  • PARtake: The Journal of Performance as Research

    PARtake is dedicated to exploring the theory and application of performance in practice, and the research outputs created through these processes. Performance-as-Research is, for us, an investigation into the material, epistemological, and ontological fundamentals of all forms of performance, intended or otherwise. We seek work created and critiqued from the “scholartist”[1] perspective. 




    [1] We use the term “scholartist” in the spirit of Dr. Joseph Shahadi, Mila Aponte-Gonzalez and Dr. Amma Ghartey Tagoe-Kootin and other scholar-artists who first introduced and developed the term as part of the NYU program in performance studies in the mid-2000s.

  • Colorado Research in Linguistics

    The working papers journal of the Department of Linguistics at the University of Colorado Boulder