Scholarly journals published at Memorial University
This journal aims at an understanding of the works of Western civilization and contemporary views of these works. It seeks to promote a standpoint which is critical of dogmatic positions both within contemporary views and within the Western tradition itself.
The Morning Watch
The Linguistics Department has been home for many years to the journal produced with the help of Faculty of Arts Publications. The journal publishes articles in theoretical and descriptive linguistics, and is the official publication of the Atlantic Provinces Linguistic Association.
Oceanic Engineering International
Now in its 6th year of publication, it is an international research journal in the area of ocean engineering.
Echos du Monde Classique/Classical Views
The journal was founded in 1957 as Échos du monde classique/Classical News and Views. Its objective was to provide news, opinions and articles of general and pedagogical interest to members of the Classical Association of Canada. In 1994, the editorship of the journal passed to the current editorial team at Memorial University, where several further improvements in format have been made. It is one of the Classical Association of Canada's official journals.
International Journal of Maritime History
The IJMH is the journal of the International Maritime Economic History Association. It is a fully-refereed publication for researchers concerned with the economic and social history of the merchant marines, shipbuilding, fishing, ports, trade and maritime societies. The journal is published semi-annually, in June and December with the assistance of grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Labour / Le Travail
Newfoundland Studies, founded in 1985 is a bi-annual, interdisciplinary journal devoted to publishing essays about the society and culture of Newfoundland, past and present. It is intended to provide an outlet for the wide range of disciplines concerned with matters relating to Newfoundland, and to communicate their discoveries and perceptions to a broad audience of interested persons in the university, the government and the public in Newfoundland, across Canada and abroad.
Canadian Journal of Career Development
The Canadian Journal of Career Development is a partnership between Memorial University of Newfoundland and Contact Point.
Culture & Tradition
Canada's longest running, bilingual folklore journal. Publishing for nearly twenty years in both French and English, Culture & Tradition is currently run by graduate students in Folklore at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Topics generally covered by the journal include the traditional arts, music, cuisine, architecture, beliefs, cultural psychology, and sociological structure of regional ethnic, religious and industrial groups in Canada.