Browse Journals and Peer-Reviewed Series
DePaul Discoveries (College of Science and Health)
Mona Shattell, PhD, RN, FAAN
DePaul Discoveries is a peer-reviewed undergraduate research journal published by DePaul University’s College of Science and Health.
DePaul Law Review (College of Law)
The DePaul Law Review is a scholarly journal published four times a year by students at DePaul University College of Law. The Law Review serves as a forum for practitioners, judges, professors, and law students to discuss and analyze important topics in the law. The DePaul Law Review was organized in 1951. Throughout the years, the members of the DePaul Law Review have remained committed to fostering pure and intellectual research.
International Human Rights Law Journal (College of Law)
Welcome to the home site of the DePaul University College of Law International Human Rights Law Journal! The Journal was officially recognized by the College of Law in May of 2014, and we look forward to publishing our first volume in May of 2015. Please subscribe to our Journal and follow our work!Thank you, DePaul International Human Rights Law Journal P.S. Check out our blog! IHRLJ Blog
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Journal of Religion and Business Ethics (College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences)
There are five basic tenets that underlie the need for a forum to discuss the application of religious ethics to the economy and the practices of businesses within the economy:
- Capitalism is extending its reach to all corners of the globe and its scope and influence are changing the ways people conceive of their ethical responsibilities.
- As a result of globalization, new synergies have emerged between formerly independently developing economies and markets, triggering new modes of behavior that challenge traditional notions of right and wrong.
- New and intriguing ethical ideas and moral systems have appeared in many religious traditions that can be applied in helpful ways to business and the economy.
- Recent developments in corporate and economic life call for new policies and ethical responses.
- In response to said developments, novel academic and governance debates are emerging. These debates have local, regional and global dimensions and lack an appropriate forum.
For more information, please see the Aims and Scope page.
Call for Doctoral Consortium
Call for regular Papers
Call for PDW If you have any questions, please contact Dominik Mertens @ SCMWC.PAPERS@esade.edu
Welcome to the DePaul Journal of Gender, Women, and the Law (JWGL), a student-run law publication. Each issue of JWGL focuses on the advancement of the legal rights of women both domestically and internationally.
Mille-Feuille Magazine Littéraire (French Program)
The Mille-Feuille Magazine Littéraire journal
Mille-Feuille is a French Literary Magazine sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, the Department of Modern Languages, the Study Abroad Office and Student Life at DePaul University. Each year, students enrolled in third year French at DePaul partake in all the aspects of the production of Mille-Feuille: they apply for grants, take care of the advertising, choose the art for the cover, read and select the submissions, provide editorial suggestions, and do the typesetting. Mille-Feuille is a collective venture that brings together students and faculty interested in French from a variety of institutions. The magazine is also an exciting means of staying in touch with our alumni and former Study Abroad participants, scattered across the country and abroad, for whom the publication of Mille-Feuille has become a yearly rendez-vous.
Mille-Feuille was not published in 1998, 2009, and 2012.
Staff Publications -- Department of Economics (Department of Economics)
Citations to recent articles published by Department of Economics faculty at DePaul University.
Vincentiana (Vincentian Heritage Collections)
VIncentiana is the journal of the General Curia of the Congregation of the Mission in Rome, Italy. The contents reflect the myriad interests of the Congregation of the Mission across the world, and speak to a legacy that stretches back almost 400 years to the community's founding by St. Vincent de Paul.
First published in 1958, Vincentiana featured a number of different languages until 1995, when the Curia made the decision to publish each issue separately in French, English, and Spanish. The issue contents reflect that change.
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