• Fragmenting the West Coast

    This countercartographic project examines how contemporary Asian poets in Canada relate their experiences of migration, culture, and the environment on the West Coast. 

  • Journal of Urban Design and Mental Health

    The Journal of Urban Design and Mental Health brings together research and ideas from researchers and practitioners working across diverse fields at the nexus of urban design and mental health. It is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Centre for Urban Design and Mental Health. Issues prior to 2022 are available here:

  • Journal of Antiracist EduAction: Teaching and Beyond

    The Journal of Antiracist EduAction: Teaching and Beyond is an open-access, transformative learning-based journal. It provides an opportunity for members of the Healing From Racism Journey (HRJ) Program at Simon Fraser University (SFU) to showcase their work from the program with the HRJ community and the wider public.

  • The Lyre

    The Lyre is a student-led literary journal supported by SFU's Department of World Languages and Literatures. We publish a variety of creative work, including poetry, prose, translations, and visual art. 

  • The Alcuin Society Awards for Excellence in Book Design in Canada

    The Alcuin Society Awards for Excellence in Book Design in Canada is the only national competition for book design.

    This journal is the result of a 2021 Scholarly Digitization Fund Grant from SFU Library to digitize and complete metadata work for back-issues of the catalogue from 1981 to 2018.

  • Indigenous Graduate Student Symposium Journal

    The Indigenous Graduate Student Symposium (IGSS) is hosted annually by Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement (SAGE), a peer-mentoring, inter-institutional initiative provided to graduate students across British Columbia. SAGE is hosted at the University of British Columbia in collaboration with Simon Fraser University and has “pods” at the University of Victoria, UBC Okanagan, University of Northern British Columbia, and University of Toronto. The IGSS offers a supportive environment for Indigenous graduate and postdoctoral students to present and receive feedback on their research.

  • Analytics Now

    "Time-starved executives are making bolder decisions with less risk and better outcomes. Their secret: Operations Reserach." -

  • SFU Undergraduate Research Symposium Journal

    The SFU Undergraduate Research Symposium (UGRS) provides an opportunity for eligible undergraduate students from all disciplines to present their research in a friendly and supportive environment. The Symposium showcases the high quality original undergraduate research taking place across Simon Fraser University. The Symposium is a multidisciplinary forum, meaning that student presenters are able to share their research with a diverse and interdisciplinary audience. 

  • Jove's Bodega

    Jove's Bodega is millennia old. Long before he was called Zeus, this mythic set up shop upon the most convenient mountain. A late-night purveyor of every philosophical desire, the shelves overflow with achievements from across humankind. And so it remains. A bell rings, the automatic doors retreat. The air smells an intoxicating mixture of metaphysics, ethics, epistemology and microwaved burritos. 

  • Confluence

    The SFU International Studies Student Association is proud to have officially re-launched Confluence. We are now officially CLOSED FOR SUBMISSIONS. Learn about our theme "Disruption" here

    Confluence Vol. 2 "The Death of Democracy" can still be viewed here. 

  • SLC Undergraduate Writing Contest

    The SLC Writing Contest journal will be published annually as a collection of the winners and honourable mentions of the SLC undergraduate writing contest. The Writing Contest journal is intended to serve as a database of model papers for current undergraduate students and to represent writing across the disciplines.

  • The Journal of Intelligence, Conflict, and Warfare

    The JICW is a practitioner-focused research resource and a researcher-focused opportunity to impact policy and real-world security and defence decision-making. The JICW is a canvas for both researchers and practitioners to explore new and emerging security problems. The journal aims to shine a light on new and emerging trends in conflict, security, and intelligence and brings to the fore issues that are under-researched.

  • Intersectional Apocalypse

    Intersectional Apocalypse is a student-run, peer-edited, open access journal focused on collecting and sharing knowledge that is intersectionally feminist, LGBTQ2IA+ positive, anti-colonial, anti-racist, and anti-oppressive.

  • SFU Health Sciences Undergraduate Journal

    SFU Health Sciences Undergraduate Journal is a peer-reviewed digital journal for SFU health sciences undergraduate students and recently graduated students to share and publish coursework and original research related to the health sciences. This publication aims to provide students experience with the peer-review process and create an accessible, low-barrier platform for students to share their work.

    Topics included in this journal are wide-ranging, and include, but are not limited to health policy, health equity, public health, and health promotion.

  • Gadfly

    Gadfly is the SFU Undergraduate journal for Political Science.

  • De Voix Vives

    Créé en 2015, De Voix Vives est le journal d'écriture créative -prose, poésie et oeuvres graphiques- des étudiant.e.s du département de français de SFU.

  • Techne

    Techne is a peer-reviewed academic humanities journal. This journal will be an opportunity for Vancouver Technical Secondary students to publish writing, poetry, art, and more. Techne is also in collaboration with SFU and UBC underagrads who were kind enough to help with mentoring our younger editors and also editing work as well. 

  • SFU Undergraduate Journal of Psychology

    The SFUψUJP is a new annual publication that allows students to share their original research, meta-analyses, and critical essays with our broader academic community.

  • The Poetic Front

    The Poetic Front is a journal of criticism, essay, and poetics based out of the Simon Fraser University Department of English. The journal published from 2008 to 2011.

    The Poetic Front is not accepting submissions at this time.

  • Eco-Thinking

    This journal site is an archive and new submissions are not accepted to Eco-Thinking at this time. Please visit the International Journal of Informal Science and Environmental Learning for new submissions and recent issues.

  • BCLA Browser: Linking the Library Landscape

    The BCLA Browser was an online, open access quarterly publication that communicated and discussed BCLA activities and news, library-related issues, and topics of interest to BCLA members published from 2009 to 2014. The last issue was Volume 6, no. 4 (2014).

    Please see BCLA Perspectives to see the latest newsletter from The British Columbia Library Association. 

  • Amphora

    Digitized issues of the Alcuin Society journal Amphora.

  • Integrated Assessment Journal

    The Integrated Assessment Journal is an interdisciplinary publication of The Integrated Assessment Society (TIAS) aimed at addressing complex public policy challenges.

    The Integrated Assessment Journal is not accepting submissions at this time.

  • Line

    Line (formerly West Coast Line) is a journal of poetry and critique based in Vancouver.

    Line was founded by Roy Miki in 1983 and last published in 2013.

  • AntiChamber Journal

    AntiChamber is a student-run and peer-reviewed journal that seeks to provide a platform for students and authors to freely express alternative views and voices. We strongly believe in the importance of ensuring a space for ideas and perspectives that diverge from conventional conversations and culture. Such ideas are necessarily intrinsic to both the flourishing of creative paradigms as well as the bolstering of well-accepted truths. Therefore, we commit our efforts and this space to encourage students and authors to embrace and cultivate their unique perspectives through clear articulation and intellectual rigour.

  • thirdspace: a journal of feminist theory and culture

    thirdspace is a peer-reviewed journal, offering work in English and French, that aims to presents the best in scholarship on feminist theory and culture. We envision a broad definition of studies in "feminist theory and culture" which can include, but are not limited to, development and applications of feminist theory; cultures of feminism and feminist movement (including academia); and feminist cultural studies.

    thirdspace is not accepting submissions at this time.

  • Vancouver Ideas Book 2021

    This publication, Vancouver Ideas Book, is a compilation of varied and diverse ideas for the future of the City of Vancouver. 

  • Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile

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    About the Journal 

    Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile is an ongoing international and collaborative scholarly project that published facsimiles of manuscripts containing Old English, ranging in date from as early as the seventh century and as late as the fourteenth century, many of which have never been fully or adequately catalogued or described. For each manuscript in the project, entirely new histories, codicological descriptions, inventories of contents, and bibliographies have been commissioned, and have written by scholars from all over the world (the United States, Canada, England, New Zealand, and elsewhere) who have examined the manuscripts first-hand. ASMMF has always been about access—sometimes rough and ready—so we hope that this resource is useful, making for a scholarly tool that serves research in the fields of language, history, literature, art history, theology, history of the book, and more.

    ASMMF was founded by Phillip Pulsiano and A.N. Doane, with generous grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Evjue Foundation of Madison, Wisconsin, and the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists (now the International Society for the Study of Early Medieval England). The Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies published all twenty-eight volumes between 1994 and 2020. The digitization of the volumes has been made possible through grants from Simon Fraser University’s Scholarly Digitization Fund.


    A.N. Doane, editor and director

    Matthew T. Hussey, co-editor


    Note on Digital Edition

    Here, all of the manuscript descriptions in the published volumes are now freely available in stable format; where available in open access, a link to a digital avatar of the manuscript from its home library has been provided. For manuscripts published by ASMMF but not digitized by their home libraries, facsimiles are available in the published volumes in research libraries worldwide. The text of the descriptions published here is searchable, though bear in mind that the machine-reader cannot interpret several characters (ash, e-caudata, eth, thorn etc.): caveat lector.


  • t4t

    t4t is a podcast about writing while trans. Hosted by Hazel Jane Plante.