Welcome to the Graduate Center's Open Journal Systems.
We use http://redmine.gc.cuny.edu/ to collaborate and track issues for OJS.
Postgraduate Journal of Philosophy at the CUNY Graduate Center
ENCLAVE: Creacion Literaria en Español
Formations: The Graduate Center Journal of Social Research
Formations is an open-access, graduate student-run, multidisciplinary journal of social research.
The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy
LL es una revista electrónica cuyo cometido es promover y difundir la investigación en materias relacionadas con los ámbitos hispánico y luso-brasileño. Nuestra revista pretende ser un foro de reflexión multidisciplinar donde se den a conocer aportaciones relevantes y de calidad en cada campo de estudio.
The Conversation: An Online Journal of Liberal Studies
The City University of New York’s Liberal Studies journal offers a bridge from the interdisciplinary reading and reflection of its contributors to the real-world concerns of readers. It seeks articles, essays and reviews that bring the resources and inspiration of interdisciplinary study to bear on challenges and joys of human existence and of life in our times.
The next issue is slated for Spring 2012, with a call for submissions to be sent out in early November. It is expected that the theme will be "American memory". In addition to articles, essays and reviews that relate to that theme, the editors will also be open to pieces that fit within one of the specific focus areas of the CUNY Liberal Studies program. At present these include American studies; bioethics, science and society; biography, autobiography and memoir; fashion studies; film studies; international studies; New York studies; urban education; the western intellectual tradition; and women’s, gender and sexuality studies.
Sententia: The Pearl Kibre Medieval Review
Situations: Project of the Radical Imagination
Situations intends to address the current malaise of the radical imagination in both left theory and in popular consciousness. We aim to explore the social conditions and lived experiences that lead to this malaise and to support explanations which do not reduce political phenomena to a reflection.
Virtual Poetry Project
What VPP is?
1. The VPP is the Poetry Project at the New Media Lab. It is a journal dedicated to showcase the use of new media for poetry creation. It is virtual because a hard-copy of this journal cannot be obtained, since it runs in the virtual space provided by an Apache server, and its content is made of bits and pieces of code. Digital formats are the targeted media of these poetic creations.
2. The VPP is also a demonstration of what can be accomplished using open source tools. The multimedia framework used for the development of this project is provided by the UbuntuStudio Linux distro. The journal uses the Open Journal System, and is hosted in a Linux server located at the CUNY Graduate Center in New York. The use of F/OSS software and open formats allows us to comply with the Recommendations for Long-Lasting Electronic Literature.
3. This journal will present a series of dossiers dedicated to particular works, including critical approaches that will offer tools to understand the relationship established between poetic creation and new media. Marshall McLuhan’s proposal stating that “the medium is the message” has been push forward by poets who researched the different media that could serve as material support for poetic expression. Changes in technology and media have affected poetic expression throughout history. The experiments undertaken by Brazilian Concretistas (such as Haroldo and Augusto de Campos) are good examples of how this idea developed: they emphasized the visual, plastic aspect of the written word. Today, with the diversification and availability of digital technologies, poets are making use of the possibilities they offer.
4. The VPP is a space available to connect artists and scholars around the world through web 2.0 technologies, building a web of resources and a network of people interested in these new forms of experimental poetry. The Open Journal System (the software used for this publication) provides tools for the building of an online community of people committed to research the field of poetic expression.
VPP is a site build using open source tools, and it is best supported by open source browsers, such as Firefox (3.5 or higher) or Google Chrome (5.0 or higher). Opera 10.5 or higher also supports html5 and OGG Theora+Vorbis video.
Internet Explorer users: you should install the Google Chrome frame for IE 7 or 8. The beta version of IE9 supports html5, but not the OGG video and audio containter.
Safari users: the current version of Safari supports html5, but not the OGG video and audio containter. Support can be added by installing the Xiph QuickTime Components.
Urban Library Journal
Urban Library Journal, an open access, refereed journal of research and discussion dealing with all aspects of urban libraries and librarianship, welcomes articles dealing with academic, research, public, school, and special libraries in an urban setting.
Western European Stages
Western European Stages is a publication of the Martin E. Segal Center. Each issue contains a wealth of information about recent European festivals and productions, including reviews, interviews, and reports. News of forthcoming events: the latest in changes in artistic directorships, new plays and playwrights, outstanding performances, and directorial interpretations.