Browse Journals and Peer-Reviewed Series

Curio, 1978-2016 (JMU Special Collections)

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.

James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal (JMURJ) (Undergraduate Research)

The James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal (JMURJ) is a multidisciplinary, student-run, peer-reviewed undergraduate research journal.

The journal's mission is to promote, publish, and share the excellent scholarly research by undergraduate students across James Madison University. JMURJ seeks to connect James Madison University's undergraduate students in all fields of study with their peers, their school, and their community.

For more information about the James Madison Undergraduate Research Journal and to keep up with the latest news regarding publications and submissions, please check out our website, www.jmu.edu/jmurj.

Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction (Center for International Stabilization and Recovery)

ISSN 1533-9440

The Journal of Conventional Weapons Destruction (formerly The Journal of ERW and Mine Action) is a professional trade journal for the humanitarian mine action, explosive remnants of war (ERW), and conventional weapons destruction (CWD) communities. It is a forum for best practices and methodologies, strategic planning, risk education and survivor assistance.

The Journal began in 1997 and is the longest continuous source of information on Mine Action, ERW, and CWD in the world.

Lexia: Undergraduate Journal in Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication

Lexia is a student-run online journal that publishes innovative student work in The School of Writing, Rhetoric & Technical Communication. Our mission is to publish a range of texts that best represent the students and faculty of WRTC, as well as the disciplines of writing, rhetoric and technical communications.

Lexia publishes every spring and is created and managed by students enrolled in WRTC 328: Practicum. For more information, visit our Editorial Board page.

Madison Historical Review (Graduate Publications)

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. We strive to promote cutting edge scholarship and new ways to address important historical questions. This year we are excited to announce the addition of two new features: exhibit reviews and website reviews. These additions will serve as a forum for historians to share the different ways that history is being presented to public audiences.

Madison Magazine (Publications from James Madison University Communications and Marketing)

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. JMU is located in Harrisonburg, Virginia, in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.