Browse Journals and Peer-Reviewed Series
Comm-entary (Student Scholarship)
Comm-entary is the annual student journal of communication, founded in 1981. Articles are "blind-reviewed" by a student editorial board, that is, the editors do not know the names of the authors of submitted work until after an article has been accepted for publication. Copies of Comm-entary and a folder with the tables of contents of all issues are available for reference in the department office. Any communication major, as well as any other undergraduate student, may submit material for consideration and possible publication. Submission guidelines are available in the department office. Students interested in working on the editorial board of Comm-entary should contact the department. (Note: Since most of the articles in Comm-entary are based on papers students have written for upper-level communication courses, the journal is also an excellent way for prospective majors to preview the type of projects that majors work on in advanced courses.)
International Journal of Hospitality Beverage Management (Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics)
The International Journal of Hospitality Beverage Management features articles from various disciplines, including management, marketing, finance, law, technology, nutrition, psychology, information systems, and human resources.
From the Managing Editors
Welcome to the International Journal of Hospitality Beverage Management. This journal is devoted to the rapidly developing field of beverage management within the hospitality industry. We are fortunate to have our editorial board who are scholars in this domain who are well recognized in the field of hospitality management. It is our hope that authors and readers will find this new journal interesting, challenging, and contributing to the advancement of knowledge in beverage management.
Beverage Management features as a significant part of the curriculum in many secondary education programs and is not limited to just wine, beer and spirits; but includes the wide array of beverages including water, coffee, tea, etc. Beverage Management research is a very specialized field. It seeks to take the principles of management and apply them to the beverage segment of the food service, restaurant, club and hotel sectors.
D. Christopher Taylor
Managing Editor, University of Houston, Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management, Houston, Texas, USA
Nelson A. Barber
Managing Editor, University of New Hampshire, Hospitality Management Program, Durham, New Hampshire, USA
Perspectives (Student Scholarship)
Welcome to Perspectives, the UNH Sociology Department’s student-produced academic journal.
All Sociology students are encouraged to submit their work. Research projects from the Methods course or papers written for other sociology courses are equally appropriate.
Check with the Sociology Department for the current submission deadlines or if you would like to be involved in the production of Perspectives.
Work may be submitted to the Department Office in Horton or emailed to the current coordinator.
RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002) (University of New Hampshire – School of Law)
RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (ISSN: 1073-8673) is a multi-disciplinary peer-reviewed journal that was produced by Franklin Pierce Law Center (now University of New Hampshire School of Law) in Concord, NH from 1990-2002. The first five volumes of the journal were produced under the title RISK: Issues in Health & Safety.
Spectrum (Student Scholarship)
The purpose of this journal is to provide a venue for UNH students to publish and share their work with the university community and the general public. As a discipline, anthropology has numerous subfields, including archaeology, medical anthropology, applied anthropology, socio-cultural anthropology, visual anthropology, and socio-linguistics, among others. We encourage submissions from all subfields, but will also consider interdisciplinary work.
We hope that this journal is a venue where students also can receive constructive feedback on their projects, exchange ideas, and share innovative approaches, techniques, study areas, and media for doing, producing, and representing anthropological projects. This is not a peer-reviewed journal. The editorial board rotates annually and consists of two anthropologists, ideally representing different subfields (e.g., a socio-cultural anthropologist and an archaeologist).
University of New Hampshire Law Review (University of New Hampshire – School of Law)
ISSN 2325-7318 (U.N.H. L. Rev. v.9- );
The University of New Hampshire Law Review, formerly published under the title Pierce Law Review, replaced the peer-reviewed journal RISK: Health Safety and Environment. As one of two scholarly journals produced by University New Hampshire School of Law students, the UNH Law Review publishes articles of general legal interest exploring questions of law and unsettled legal issues.