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Conversations on Jesuit Higher Education (Journals)

Conversations is published twice-yearly to coincide with the start of the fall and spring semesters. First, each issue is written to stimulate the campus dialogue – through departmental discussions or faculty symposiums – on the pursuit of various ideals. Second, through our various departments – feature articles, forums, book reviews, reports, and Talking Back – we want to keep the conversation going to build on the progress we have made. Our members, representing various institutions and disciplines, visit three colleges and universities a year and listen to groups of faculty and students in order to decide the themes for each issue. Articles are solicited from across the country to explore many varied topics, from the core curriculum and hiring for mission to global vision, social media and diversity.

Graduate Journal of Counseling Psychology (Journals)

The Graduate Journal of Counseling Psychology (GJCP) was a peer-reviewed academic journal designed exclusively for counseling psychology graduate students enrolled in the Department of Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology (CECP) at Marquette University. It published three volumes, with four issues, between 2008 and 2012. It exists now as a static archive.

Journal of Gender, Ethnic, and Cross-Cultural Studies (Journals)

ISSN 2771-6090

Call for Papers


Deadline: May 6, 2022

Disability is a living human experience. It is not merely a medical or biological phenomenon, and it is not only the subject of sciences. Perspectives on disability have evolved historically, theologically, and medically. Academics and disability activists have increasingly come to view disability as more than an individual medical diagnosis, often highlighting it as an issue of social justice and equity. As such, there is a need for further collaboration between the sciences and the humanities to deepen our understanding of disability in all of its complexities. Using interdisciplinary approaches to examine disability as fluid and dynamic condition can help us understand it as an identity and as social construct.

The aim of this Special Issue is to encourage interdisciplinary research that offers critical analysis of how disabilities have been viewed in historical terms, the complexities of the religious meanings of disability, disabilities as social/cultural constructs, and the norms that produce and reproduce perceptions of normalcy or normative bodies. We particularly welcome papers dealing with normalcy narratives, discourse, and issues of stigmas evolving around disabilities in marginalized communities with an emphasis on the intersection of disability (as an identity and minority) with gender, culture, and religion


Key Topics:

Possible topics include, but are not limited to:

Disability and identity

Social and cultural construction of disabilities

Religious and cultural perspectives on disability

Bodies and construction of normalcy

Gendered disabilities and feminist approaches to disability

Language terminology and conceptualization of impairment and disability in literary, cultural, and artistic production

Disabilities as social and legal rights issue

Community activism, policy making, and service

Lived experiences, life-writing and narratives of people with disability

Manuscripts should be submitted at

Issue Editors

Dr. Enaya Hammad Othman, Marquette University. Contact:

Dr. Shannon R. Wooden, Missouri State University. Contact:

Dr. Karalee Surface, Marquette University. Contact:

Journal Description

The Journal of Gender, Ethnic, and Cross-Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary journal with the primary goal to facilitate the examination of the intersection among gender, cultural, and ethnic studies. Published biannually, this journal seeks to invigorate discussions of the global mobilization of people, ideas, and capital, and the ways in which this circulation has influenced conceptions of gender, ethnicity/race, migration, and culture. In the very same way, the journal examines the gendered nature of cultures and cultural encounters across borders. It is committed to facilitating intersectional, interdisciplinary dialogue which results from the crossing of disciplinary boundaries. By virtue of this commitment, The Journal of Gender, Ethnic, and Cross-Cultural Studies invites the submission of scholarly articles from diverse fields and disciplines including, but not limited to, Gender and Women’s Studies, History, Literary and Critical Studies, Economics, Anthropology, Sociology, Political Science, Cultural Studies, Disabilities Studies, and Religious Studies.
All research articles in this journal undergo peer review.

See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.

Marquette Literary Review (English, Department of)

The Marquette Literary Review is Marquette University’s digital review of creative writing on campus. It’s written, edited, and published annually by university students and faculty. Its first issue was published in spring 2009.

All of the poems, stories and essays published in the Marquette Literary Review are self-expressions of those who created them and are not intended to represent the ideas or views of the MLR staff or its advisors; the Marquette faculty, staff, or administration; the student body; or any other group associated with Marquette University.

The Linacre Quarterly (Journals)

ISSN 0024-3639

The Linacre Quarterly is the official journal of the Catholic Medical Association. Continuously published since 1934, The Linacre Quarterly is the oldest journal in existence dedicated to medical ethics. The Linacre Quarterly provides a forum in which faith and reason can be brought to bear on analyzing and resolving ethical issues in health care, with a particular focus on issues in clinical practice and research.

This is The Linacre Quarterly's archive, containing every issue from the journal's beginning until 2008 (Vol. 1-74) when publishing operations were taken over by Maney Publishing. No issues were published in 1946. Additionally, combined issues include: Vol. 13 No. 1 & 2, Vol. 15 No. 3 & 4, Vol. 16 No. 1 & 2. For these combined issues, only the first issue number is indicated.