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Scholarly Journals

Scholarly journals issued by the University community include the following:

The Hedgehog Review, an interdisciplinary journal of critical reflections on contemporary culture, published three times a year by the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture.

Iris: A Journal About Women, a biannual magazine for progressive young women that brings together contributions from writers, artists, and university scholars from all over the world.

Journal of Modern Philosophy, an open access philosophy journal that publishes papers on the history of philosophy from the 16th century through the 18th century up to, but not including, Kant.

Meridian, a semiannual literary journal produced at the University of Virginia in conjunction with the university’s M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing.

Studies in Bibliography, a print and electronic journal that presents a wide range of scholarly articles on bibliography and textual criticism.

Summer Academe, an open access journal that provides university and college administrators, deans and directors of summer sessions, and faculty involved in teaching and programming in summer sessions with a source of current research and best practices in summer session administration and pedagogy.

Virginia Journal of International Law, the oldest continuously-published, student-edited law journal in the United States devoted exclusively to public and private international law.

Virginia Law Review, a professional periodical devoted to law-related issues that can be of use to judges, practitioners, teachers, legislators, students, and others interested in the law.

Virginia Quarterly Review, a quarterly publication that includes poetry, fiction, book reviews, essays, photography, and comics from some of the nation’s most notable writers, photographers, and artists.