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BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers

ISSN 0843-5499

BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers was initiated in 1989 to encourage and publish scholarly research on beads and beadwork of all materials and periods from around the world. Researchers are invited to submit scholarly articles on topics that involve beads, especially from an archaeological or ethnographic context. [More]

Full text is available for volumes one (1989) through six (1994) and select others. Titles, tables of contents, and abstracts are available for all volumes (1989-present).

Paper copies of many back issues of the journal are available for purchase. Visit the SBR website for details.

Concurrent Enrollment Review (Journals)

Concurrent Enrollment Review (CER) is the first independent, open access, peer reviewed journal dedicated to research in the field of dual/concurrent enrollment.

Corresponding Voices (Journals)

Corresponding Voices is a bilingual poetry journal founded in 2002. Through new print editions published every spring, Corresponding Voices is intended to encourage dialogue among poets across cultures. The Point of Contact Gallery, which publishes Corresponding Voices, has become a habitual meeting place for poetry readings in all languages, encouraging the participation of poets and scholars from the region and from abroad, as well as Syracuse University faculty, students, and members of Hispanic communities across Central New York. More information may be found at the Point of Contact Gallery website.

EnglishUSA Journal

Introductory text for EnglishUSA Journal.

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Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning (Journals)

ISSN 1944-0413

Call for Special Issue: Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Social and Emotional Learning

Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Pedagogy (CRSP) focuses on promoting equality across racial and ethnic communities as well as ensuring equal educational access and opportunity. Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is a process through which individuals acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.

School settings are becoming more diverse, with students with and without disabilities, students from all racial and cultural backgrounds, students who are not native English speakers and students who speak several dialects of American English, youth of a range of sexual orientations, and youth from all socioeconomic backgrounds, and students who might have different behavioral norms. It is imperative for educators to help develop the whole child, and with the intersection of CRSP and SEL, students of diverse backgrounds can gain a stronger sense of self, which can foster social and emotional development and improve learning outcomes. In this special issue of Excelsior, we would like to examine the best practices for culturally responsive and sustaining social and emotional learning for (multiply) marginalized students. We are soliciting manuscripts, research-to-practice briefs, policy analysis, commentaries, and other pieces related to a variety of culturally responsive and sustaining practices and social and emotional learning that can help teachers enhance students’ social, emotional, and academic learning.

Deadline for Submission: December 1, 2022

Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning is a peer-reviewed, fully open-access journal provided by the professional association NYACTE (New York Association of Colleges for Teacher Education). The Journal welcomes original, thought-provoking manuscripts of various formats, including papers presenting research on issues and practices important to teacher education that contribute to the preparation and professional development of educators.

Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning became a fully online, open-access journal in 2018. There are no fees to submitting authors for article processing charges, publication charges, or otherwise, and a subscription is unnecessary to read. All articles as of Issue 11, Volume 1, 2018 are open-access. Back issues of Excelsior are currently available only in print. Contact the editors if you have questions on the back issues.

Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning is supported by NYACTE and sponsored by the Syracuse University Libraries.

Exchange: The Journal of Public Diplomacy (Journals)

ISSN 2325-8543

Exchange: The Journal of Public Diplomacy is a graduate student-run print and online publication of the Association of Public Diplomacy Scholars (APDS) at Syracuse University. Exchange provides public diplomacy scholars and practitioners with a forum to share research and experience that expands the field’s body of knowledge. Exchange publishes a range of articles pertaining to public diplomacy and related fields, including international relations, public relations, public affairs, media studies, cultural studies, economics, and nation branding.

Intertext (Journals)

Intertext is a publication showcasing the best undergraduate writing from Syracuse University’s Department of Writing Studies. Rhetoric, and Composition. It exemplifies the power of writing and collaboration to inform and inspire.

How to Submit an Essay to Intertext
Intertext, the student-run magazine of the Syracuse University’s Department of Writing Studies. Rhetoric, and Composition, features outstanding undergraduate Writing Studies. Rhetoric, and Composition essays, and is published yearly in the spring. To submit an essay, attach your work to an e-mail message in which you state the WRT course number, instructor, your address, and phone number. Include “Intertext Submission” in the subject line, and send the e-mail to Patrick W. Berry at . Submissions are accepted on a continuing basis. Selected essays will be considered for the annual Louise Wetherbee Phelps Writing Award for best lower- and upper-division essays of the year.

Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce (Journals)

ISSN 0093-0709

First published in October 1972, the Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce is a student-run publication at the Syracuse University College of Law with the distinction of being one of the oldest student-edited international law journals in the United States. JILC publishes articles, notes, and commentary on a wide range of subjects in the fields of international, transnational, and comparative law on a biannual basis. We continue to enjoy a strong and diverse subscription base across the globe.

For the most recently published volumes and for information about article submission, please see the Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce main web page.

Syracuse Scholar (1979-1991)

From 1979 to 1991 Syracuse Scholar , designed and published by the Syracuse University Publications, highlighted academic achievements and facilitated the communication of the ideas across disciplines.

Syracuse University's 9th Chancellor, Melvin A. Eggers said at the birth of this journal, "The arrival of Syracuse Scholar provides an excellent opportunity to spotlight the academic achievements of the University and the distinctive work and accomplishments of its faculty. I believe that the Scholar will become an important reflection of the life of this institution."

Syracuse University Magazine (Syracuse University Archives)

SU Magazine is Syracuse University's official magazine. It consists of original articles as well as news briefs and alumni notes.

For questions or concerns about the magazine or your subscription, please contact the Alumni Association directly at