Browse Journals and Peer-Reviewed Series

Forum Magazine (University Publications)

Founded in 2013 by a small group of passionate students at the University of Richmond, Forum Magazine is a general interest news and culture magazine that is distributed to the greater university community on a quarterly basis. As the only remaining print periodical on campus, we reach an audience of students, faculty, staff, alumni, and prospective students through on-campus distribution and a growing subscription base.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Heroism Science

ISSN 2573-7120

Heroism Science is a peer-reviewed open source research journal that aims to advance heroism science theory, research, and application from a broad range of disciplinary perspectives to researchers and the broader community. Contributions from all disciplines are welcome, and cross-disciplinary work, student contributions, non-Western perspectives, and approaches that address racial, ethnic and gender disparities and issues are especially welcome. Heroism Science is the official journal of the Heroic Imagination Project.

InQueeries from the Margin

InQueeries from the Margin ponders on the question of what it means to create and research under the umbrella of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. We take our definiton of “queer” in InQueeries partly in reference to Cathy Cohen’s “Punks, Bulldaggers, and Welfare Queens,” that sees queer politics as a broad category for members of society that exist outside of the power structures like heteronormativity. Similarly, “the margin” is an acknowledgement of the history of WGSS as a place for students that the institution of the university was not meant to have space for--women, members of the LGBTQ+ community, BIPOC, etc. We seek quality research papers, creative writing pieces, and artworks in all disciplines that embody the spirit and message of InQueeries from the Margin.

Interdisciplinary Journal of Leadership Studies

The Interdisciplinary Journal of Leadership Studies, with the University of Richmond’s Jepson School of Leadership Studies, is concerned with advances in the study of leadership.

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Osmosis Magazine (University Publications)

Osmosis is a student read, led, and written publication from the University of Richmond, focusing on all aspects of healthcare and science.

Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business (Law School Journals)

Welcome to the Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business.

The Richmond Journal of Global Law & Business was established in 2000 and published articles on a wide array of topics at the intersection of international law and global business. In the Spring of 2017, the journal began to transition to a new medium. The Richmond International Business and Anti-Corruption Forum offers an accessible arena for students and scholars to produce quality scholarship that responds to emerging issues in International business and anti-corruption law. Its new platform is forthcoming.

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Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest (Law School Journals)

Welcome to the Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest.

The Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest is the scholarly voice for issues pertaining to social welfare, public policy, and a broad spectrum of jurisprudence. Published four times a year, the Journal publishes its content online to reach the widest audience possible, while also publishing one annual print issue focused on the work of the Virginia General Assembly. Our authors include experienced practitioners, esteemed legal professors, and insightful individuals working to change the world around them.

In the Summer of 2016 this Journal was renamed the Richmond Public Interest Law Review. Any inquires may be sent to

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Richmond Journal of Law & Technology (Law School Journals)

ISSN 1091-7322

Welcome to the Richmond Journal of Law & Technology.

The Richmond Journal of Law & Technology is the first law review in the world to be published exclusively online. First published on April 10, 1995, the Journal focuses on the impact that computer-related and other emerging technologies have on the law. The Journal is published entirely by students of the University of Richmond School of Law. Publishing online has proved to be tremendously beneficial in allowing the Journal to reach a much wider audience than would have been possible using the traditional print medium.

Editor-in-Chief:

Nick Mirra

Executive Editor:

Kathleen Hugo

Managing Editor:

Kaley Duncan

Senior Manuscripts Editor

Sarah Wenrich

Richmond Public Interest Law Review (Law School Journals)

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Welcome to the Richmond Public Interest Law Review (PILR), formerly known as the Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest, vol. 1 (1996) – vol. 23 (2020).

The Richmond Public Interest Law Review is the scholarly voice for issues pertaining to social welfare, public policy, and a broad spectrum of jurisprudence. Published three times a year, this law review publishes its content online to reach the widest audience possible, while also publishing one annual print issue focused on the work of the Virginia General Assembly. Our authors include experienced practitioners, esteemed legal professors, and insightful individuals working to change the world around them. Any inquires may be sent to .

The Messenger (University Publications)

Introduction

The University of Richmond’s student-run literary magazine, The Messenger, annually publishes selections of poetry, prose, and visual art. Undergraduate students are encouraged to submit their work as a first step toward an active publishing career. The editors issue a call for submissions in the fall semester, and writers of work accepted for publication are notified in the spring. The Messenger is published in April.

The Messenger (archival - 1870-) (University Publications)

Richmond College’s first student publication, Monthly Musings, was the precursor to The Messenger. Jointly sponsored by the two campus literary societies, the Philologian and Mu Sigma Rho, it served as a “mirror of college life and the exponent of college thought.” In 1878 the name was changed to The Messenger and continued as a literary magazine and miscellany. Archival issues of both Monthly Musings and The Messenger are presented here.

University of Richmond Law Review (Law School Journals)

ISSN 0566-2389

Welcome to the digital repository for the University of Richmond Law Review.

For access to our most current issues, please visit our main site.

University of Richmond Magazine (University Publications)

The University of Richmond launched this publication in 1936 as The Alumni Bulletin. It is currently published three times each year for alumni and friends of the university. Opinions expressed in this publication do not necessarily represent the opinions of the magazine staff or the policies of the university.

Verdi Forum

ISSN 1943-7056

Under the sponsorship of the American Institute for Verdi Studies, the Verdi Forum (originally called the AIVS Newsletter, and later the Verdi Newsletter) publishes essays, documents, reviews, and conference proceedings that contribute to the scholarly literature on the composer Giuseppe Verdi.

Selected content from the Verdi Forum, including articles published under its previous titles, is available here. For information about articles not available online, visit the website of the American Institute for Verdi Studies.