The Journal of Multidisciplinary Research at Trent (JMRT) is a non-profit, open-access, free to publish, and anonymous peer-reviewed research journal that is operated by volunteers.
JMRT was founded in 2017 at Trent University and the purpose of the journal is to showcase the research work of graduate students by publishing original research and review articles, including literature reviews, book reviews, film reviews, position papers, empirical work, experiential reflections, and original quantitative and qualitative research. We also publish special issues with abstracts from research events organized at Trent University (e.g., conferences, symposiums, departmental presentations, colloquiums).
We aim to provide a multidisciplinary approach to open access publishing for the local, national, and international community. Our goal is to create an awareness for the importance of graduate research from all fields of the arts and sciences, and to create a platform for scholarly dialogue between graduate students, established professionals and other research groups.
In addition to this, JMRT is also designed as a pedagogical tool to help graduate students learn to write for research publications and get accustomed to the review and journal production process. Our open-access feature allows for accelerated discovery, public communication, and connected education.
The journal is published biennially once every two (2) years in electronic format.
The deadline for all manuscript submissions is December 31st, 2023.
If you are interested in becoming a reviewer, please register to apply.
The Journal of Undergraduate Studies at Trent (JUST) is an academic publication that aims to create space for scholarly exchange of research by undergraduates.
Journal GenObs is an online open access journal that analyzes the use of state violence against a group of people. It brings together scholars from different fields and disciplines in order to investigate the causes, consequences, and means that can lead people to stigmatize, segregate, and dehumanize groups of citizens to the point that their extermination is acceptable or tolerated. Proceedings from the symposia organized by the editor will be published in this journal in an MP4 format.
GenObs focuses on the production of knowledge from an interdisciplinary perspective that includes Anthropology, Ethics, Gender Studies, History, Law, Linguistics, Literature, Media Studies, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, etc., and publishes in three languages: English, French, and Spanish. The journal will contribute to our understanding of the complex dynamics that enable the massacre of citizens at specific times in the history of a nation. GenObs welcomes submissions from authors in the form of article-length manuscripts and book reviews. Before submitting to the journal, please read our policies and guidelines, where you will find information about submission criteria, rights and permissions, and the review process.