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Andean Past (Anthropology)
Andean Past is a peer-reviewed, open-access, green route, numbered publication series dedicated to research in the archaeology and ethnohistory of western South America. However, short research reports, obituaries, and autobiographies are subject to editorial review only. Although Andean Past focuses on precolumbian times, it includes articles on the colonial period that enhance understanding of indigenous cultures before 1492. Andean Past encourages data-based submissions, contributions to the history of Andean archaeology, papers grounded in environmental archaeology, fresh interpretations supported by accompanying data, interim and field reports, and the publication of short documents.
Andean Past Special Publications (Anthropology)
The Journal of Archaeology and Education is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal dedicated to disseminating research and sharing practices in archaeological education.
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Welcome to The Journal of Educational Supervision
The Journal of Educational Supervision (JES) publishes peer-reviewed articles related to the field of supervisory practices in education. Through a double-blind peer-reviewed process, JES offers a wide range of opportunities for academics and practitioners to add to the literature on supervision that addresses the nexus of theory and practice. JES currently averages a 35% acceptance rate.
The University of Maine College of Education and Human Development sponsors this journal in an effort to preserve and promote the formative feedback practices that inform preparation and practices of educators in supervision. The Journal of Educational Supervision (JES) would also like to acknowledge and thank the Council of Professors of Instructional Supervision, as well as the American Educational Research Association Supervision and Instructional Leadership SIG, for their respective financial donation in support of costs associated with starting JES.
ISSN 1948-660X (online) DOI:10.5311
The Journal of Spatial Information Science (JOSIS) is an international, interdisciplinary, open-access journal dedicated to publishing high-quality, original research articles in spatial information science. The journal aims to publish research spanning the theoretical foundations of spatial and geographical information science, through computation with geospatial information, to technologies for geographical information use.
Maine History (History)
Maine History is the only periodical devoted to scholarship on the history of Maine, and is a peer-reviewed publication. It is published twice a year, in January and July, by the Maine Historical Society in cooperation with the Department of History at the University of Maine. A subscription to Maine History is one of the benefits of membership in MHS.
Volume I, Number 1, of the MHS Quarterly Newsletter appeared in June 1961. The following January the Society announced that future issues would appear quarterly in February, May, August, and November. For the next eight years the society maintained that schedule. The content consisted of Society news, lists of new members, news of other historical societies, recent writings on Maine history in books, periodicals, and newspapers; recent additions to the Society's library; and suggested readings in Maine history. Book reviews appeared from time to time.
In summer 1969 the Newsletter became a scholarly journal. The first issue of the new journal appeared as Maine Historical Society Newsletter, Volume 9, Number 1. Four years later the journal's name was changed to Maine Historical Society Quarterly, and its name changed once more in 1994 to Maine History.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Maine Policy Review publishes timely, independent, peer-reviewed analysis of public policy issues relevant to the state of Maine. The journal is published two times per year by the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center at the University of Maine. It is intended for a diverse audience, including state policymakers; government, business, and nonprofit leaders; students; and general readers with a broad interest in public policy.ISSN 1064-2587 (print) E-ISSN 2643-959X (online)
Maine-Syracuse Longitudinal Papers (Maine-Syracuse Longitudinal Study)
The Maine-Syracuse Longitudinal Study (MSLS) of aging, cardiovascular disease and cognitive performance has had its home in the Department of Psychology at the University of Maine since 1976. Participants in the study are persons from the entire adult age-span living in the communities represented by central New York. One must follow longitudinal study subjects wherever they go, and thus the MSLS now includes former residents of central New York who live in Maine and many other states. The longitudinal study paradigm (following the same individuals at prescribed intervals over time) is the ideal design for the study of aging.
The first studies were performed in collaboration between Merrill F. Elias and Professor of Medicine, David H.P. Streeten at what is now State University of New York Health Sciences Center, Syracuse New York. Grant support for this study was transferred from Syracuse University to the University of Maine in 1977. The data analysis and control center resides at the University of Maine, but data collection has always involved the Central New York residents who entered the study at its inception in 1974 Hence the study was labeled the Maine-Syracuse Longitudinal Study.
Professors Merrill Elias and Michael Robbins have been principal and co-principal investigators respectively throughout the 40 years of MSLS presence at the University of Maine. Dr. Ahmed became Associate Director for Research in 2018. Professor Elias is a psychologist and a cardiovascular epidemiologist, Dr. Robbins brings his expertise in social psychology and health psychology to the project, and Dr. Ahmed brings her expertise in clinical psychology, particularly in Neuropsychology.
Minerva (Honors College)
Annually since 2003, MINERVA has featured profiles of recent graduates, news about current students and alumni, updates on Honors College initiatives and events and much, much more! It has garnered multiple national awards since it was first published.
Mark D. Brewer, University of Maine
Theresa Marchant-Shapiro, Southern Connecticut State University
Paul Petterson, Central Connecticut State University
Odeh Halaseh, University of Mount Union
Raymond H. Fogler Library Magazine (Fogler Library)
The Raymond H. Fogler Library Magazine is published annually and covers stories, news, and events from Fogler Library at the University of Maine. Each volume will highlight the different ways that Fogler Library serves the University, the state of Maine, and the people of the northeast.
Résonance is an editor-reviewed, online literary journal whose goal is to encourage, showcase, and disseminate creative works by and/or about the Franco-American communities of the United States.
This site on Digital Commons serves to archive past issues of the journal. To view the most recent issue, please visit our new website. Writers and artists can submit work via Submittable: find submission instructions and link here.
We look forward to working closely with you to expand the body of creative work about the Franco-Americans of the U.S., and to grow the audience and market for Franco-American literature.
The Catch (Maine Sea Grant)
The Catch is a place-based, online literary journal published for five years, in association with the Downeast Fisheries Trail, a maritime heritage education and tourism effort in eastern Maine.The Catch is no longer accepting new submissions. Please enjoy the archives .
The Cohen Journal (Cohen Institute for Leadership & Public Service)
The Olive Tree (Fogler Library)
The Olive Tree was published in print format twice a year from 1992 to 2015 by the Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine. It featured articles about library projects, collections, technological innovations, and events.