Based in New Haven at Yale University, the Asterisk* Journal of Art and Art History is one of the few peer-reviewed, intercollegiate, art and art history journals at the undergraduate level.
Our mission is to provide an outlet for critical discourse around art for undergraduates, whether it be through practice or theory.
The journal’s name plays on the concept that we put an asterisk in traditional, art historical narratives to shed light on topics that are often left to the margins.
Bulletin of the Bingham Oceanographic Collection (Peabody Museum of Natural History)
The Bulletin of the Bingham Oceanographic Collection published scientific articles and monographs on marine and freshwater organisms and oceanography.
In the 1920s New York City businessman Harry Payne Bingham, a graduate of Yale, sponsored 3 oceanographic expeditions for fish and invertebrate specimens for his own private research collection. In 1927, Bingham established the Bulletin of the Bingham Oceanographic Collection to publish the research on his specimens. In 1930, Bingham donated the entire collection to the Yale Peabody Museum and set up the Bingham Oceanographic Foundation to continue the research in marine biology and oceanography, and to publish the results.
The series ceased independent publication after Volume 19, Article 2, and was merged into the Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History monograph series after 1967.
The Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies (JCAS) is sponsored by the Yale University Library and New England Archivists (NEA), and is hosted by Yale University Library’s institutional repository, EliScholar. JCAS is currently accepting submissions of original works of research and inquiry from professionals and graduate students in library science, archival science, and public history.
Please see the Journal Overview for a full explanation of the journal’s aims and scope.
Journal of Marine Research (Peabody Museum of Natural History)
The Journal of Marine Research is an online peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research on a broad array of topics in physical, biological and chemical oceanography.
The Journal of Financial Crises (JFC) is an online publication of the Yale Program on Financial Stability (YPFS) and it seeks to create, preserve, and disseminate knowledge about financial crises. We primarily serve as a vehicle for distributing the case studies and surveys of crisis interventions produced by the YPFS staff, but also encourage submissions from outside of Yale. For these submissions, we hope to be an outlet for descriptive and policy-relevant research that might not fit the template of a traditional academic journal. In particular, we aim to publish the useful research done in Central Banks and international agencies that deserves wider distribution. Submissions are reviewed by journal editors and YPFS staff —we will not ordinarily use external referees.
See About This Journal for a complete description of the journal.
|Editors-in-Chief:||Doyoung Jeong, Yale University|
|Rachel Sterneck, Yale University|
|Editors:||Kevin Chen, Yale University|
|Lauren Chong, Yale University|
|Katherine Chou, Yale University|
|Arushi Dogra, Yale University|
|Veronica Lee, Yale University|
|Eric Liu, Yale University|
|Daniel Ma, Yale University|
The Yale Undergraduate Research Journal was established in the spring of 2020 and is the first reviewed publication to span the disciplinary breadth of research conducted by Yale students.
YURJ publishes recent work from the Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM fields online and in print.
The Yale Journal of Music & Religion (YJMR) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal publishing scholarship on sacred music in all its ritual, artistic, and cultural contexts across a range of methodologies.