Journals

  • Gadfly

    Gadfly is the SFU Undergraduate journal for Political Science.

  • SFU Undergraduate Research Symposium Journal

    As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and SFU's transition to remote instruction for the end of the spring 2020 semester, the Undergraduate Research Symposium Planning Committee made the difficult decision to cancel the in-person Symposium. While the 2020 Symposium couldn’t happen in person, the committee was dedicated to sharing the extraordinary undergraduate research work being conducted at SFU. These factors together resulted in the inaugural issue of the SFU Undergraduate Research Symposium Journal. We are grateful to the 2020 UGRS applicants for their flexibility, understanding, and generosity in allowing us to share their research in this way. We congratulate them for their research accomplishments. Future issues of the journal will consist of content from SFU's Undergraduate Research Symposium in the years to come.

  • 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 Lyre

    The Lyre is proud to present our decennial issue: (dis)connection


     


    The 2020 call for submissions is CLOSED. Our Hindsight issue is currently in production. 

  • Confluence

    The SFU International Studies Student Association is proud to have officially re-launched Confluence! Find Issue 1 here. 


    Our call for submissions for Volume 2 is now CLOSED.


    Confluence: The Death of Democracy will publish in Fall 2020. 

  • Analytics Now

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

  • 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.  JICW shines a light on new and emerging trends in conflict, security, and intelligence and brings to the fore issues that are under-researched. JICW is contributing to new understandings about emerging norms and new and unconventional actors. JICW explores hybrid and 5th-gen warfare and informs current discourse on emerging threats. The purpose of the journal is to bridge distinct views on security issues and to address the current shift in global affairs, where the tension existing between the state and non-state actors is increasingly challenging state power and legitimacy. Lastly, JICW examines the appearance of a change to the current international liberal economic order and collective security state of global affairs.

  • 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.

  • Amphora

    Digitized issues of the Alcuin Society journal Amphora.

  • Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile Pilot Project

    We are running a pilot project, testing the feasibility and process of digitizing and making searchable three volumes of the scholarly research tool, Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts in Microfiche Facsimile. Based on firsthand examination of each book in its home archive, ASMMF publishes complete histories, bibliographical descriptions, and full contents inventories of all manuscripts that contain any Old English, dating from 700 to 1300.

  • World Literature 404

    What is translation? Is it simply substituting one word for another in a different language? Or is just capturing the sense of a phrase enough? Moving from “original” to “copy” is both a technical and artistic feat, as well as a complicated cultural and social process. A senior seminar offered through SFU’s World Literature program, World Literature 404: Literature and Translation attends to the practical difficulties and theoretical implications of literary translation. This “journal” publishes the final translation projects of the students in the class.