The Celebration of Scholarship Conference showcases academic research and creative scholarship by JMU Honors students and Graduate students. The showcase provides the opportunity to present their work in a variety of formats to the public in a professional conference setting.
The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction is a forum for humanitarian mine action and explosive remnants. Articles cover war-clearance best practices and methodologies, strategy planning, mine-risk education, and survivor assistance.
Madison, the magazine of James Madison University (JMU), is an official publication of JMU produced by the Division of University Advancement. Madison showcases the stories of students, professors, alumni and friends who are engaged with ideas and with the world to advance the civic legacy of President James Madison.
Curio, a magazine highlighting Harrisonburg, Virginia, and its surrounding communities, is published by students in the Media Arts & Design program at James Madison University. Curio is a nonprofit organization supported by the College of Arts and Letters and the School of Media Arts & Design.
Sponsored by the College of Arts and Letters at James Madison University, the MadRush Undergraduate Research Conference Proceedings features outstanding examples of undergraduate research in the humanities and social sciences.
Middle Eastern Communities and Migrations Student Research Paper Series
The Middle Eastern Communities and Migrations (MECM) Student Research Paper Series (SRPS) highlights the research and writing skills of JMU undergraduate students on topics related to the Middle East to publish their work in an on-line peer-reviewed occasional paper series.
The Madison Historical Review is a peer-reviewed journal operated by the history graduate students at James Madison University. The editorial board reviews and publishes original work by Master's level students in a variety of fields, including: American, World, and Public History.