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Asian American Literature: Discourses & Pedagogies (English and Comparative Literature)

Asian American Literature: Discourses & Pedagogies focuses on the production, collection, and distribution of accessible high quality research on Asian American Literature for students, teachers, and the general public.

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Comparative Philosophy (SJSU ScholarWorks)

Comparative Philosophy: An International Journal of Constructive Engagement of Distinct Approaches toward World Philosophy

Comparative Philosophy is a peer-reviewed, open-access/non-profit international journal of philosophy, with emphasis on the constructive engagement of distinct approaches to philosophical issues, problems, themes from different philosophical traditions (whether distinguished culturally or by style/orientation) for the sake of their joint contribution to the common philosophical enterprise and the development of contemporary society, and on general theory and methodology of comparative philosophy.

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McNair Research Journal SJSU

The McNair Research Journal SJSU features the work of SJSU McNair Program student scholars, who are recruited from underrepresented groups for graduate study level preparation.

The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program was established by Congress in 1986 after the tragic explosion of the Space Shuttle Challenger that killed seven crew members, including Dr. McNair. Since the McNair Scholars Program’s inception at SJSU in 1996, McNair has successfully recruited 300 low-income and first generation students and individuals who are underrepresented at the doctoral level.

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School of Information Student Research Journal (School of Information)

School of Information Student Research Journal (SRJ) Publishes its 15th Issue

June 20, 2018 — The iSchool’s SRJ offers open-access, peer-reviewed scholarship on librarianship, archives, and information science and has surpassed 100,000 downloads since beginning publication in 2010. The journal has been accessed from more than 180 countries.

To recognize and celebrate this milestone, the SRJ’s fifteenth issue features contribution by Dr. Mary C. Schutten, the Dean of the College of Applied Sciences and Arts (CASA) at San Jose State University (SJSU) who highlights Journal practices that benefit iSchool students and the university community.

Dr. Sandra Hirsh’s, iSchool Director, Reaching New Scholarly Heights, takes an in-depth look at the SRJ’s publishing characteristics, contributor attributes, and article topic trends.

The SRJ advisor, Dr. Anthony Bernier’s, Leaning Forward, focuses on the importance of collaboration and teamwork, and how the Journal staff exemplifies a cohesive unit that consistently yields a bi-yearly student-run product, the only such publication at SJSU.

In her culminating editorial, former SRJ Editor-in-Chief, Holley Cornetto reminds readers and authors of how far the Journal has come with more than 100,000 downloads, and counting. Cornetto leaves the position of Editor-in-Chief having expertly guided the SRJ’s growth and influence.

-Megan Price, Editor-in-Chief

School of Information Student Research Journal The SRJ is a double-blind peer-reviewed publication of the School of Information at San José State University. SRJ promotes graduate scholarship and intellectual inquiry in the fields of library and information science, archives, and records management. Read more about this journal

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All SRJ staff are graduate students at San José State University's, School of Information.
To learn more about the current editorial team, download the SRJ Editorial Team (ET) biography.

SRJ accepts ET applications on a rolling basis. See current Content & Copy Editor position descriptions

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Secrecy and Society (School of Information)

The catalyst for this special issue of Secrecy and Society stems from a workshop titled “Secrecy and Intelligence: Opening the Black Box” held at North Carolina State University, April, 2016. This workshop brought together interested scholars, intelligence practitioners, and civil society members from the United States and Europe to discuss how different facets of secrecy and other practices shape the production of knowledge in intelligence work.

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This dialogue is reflective as to how the closed social worlds of intelligence shape what intelligence actors and intelligence analysts, including those within the intelligence establishment and those on the outside, know about security threats and the practice of intelligence. The papers in this special issue reflect conversations that occurred during and after the workshop.

The guest editors for this special issue of Secrecy and Society are Kathleen Vogel and Brian Balmer.

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The Contemporary Tax Journal (Graduate School of Business)

The Contemporary Tax Journal is a peer-reviewed journal published by the San Jose State University Masters of Science in Taxation (MST) Program in the Lucas Graduate School of Business. Published twice annually, this student managed online journal features work of SJSU MST students, as well as original articles from tax practitioners, academics and graduate students. See About This Journal for additional information about this publication.

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Themis: Research Journal of Justice Studies and Forensic Science (Justice Studies)

Themis: Research Journal of Justice Studies and Forensic Science is a professional-quality, peer-reviewed academic journal, publishing SJSU student research in justice studies and forensic science. The journal features student research papers and book reviews.

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