Open Journal Systems at Lund University


This service aims to give a convenient and cost effective alternative to publish journals and other serial publications electronically. Open Journal Systems (OJS) is a journal management and publishing system that has been developed by the Public Knowledge Project to expand and improve access to research. The service is hosted by Lund University Library. If you want to make your publication available or have other enquiries about the service, please contact Martin Persson (martin.persson(a)ub.lu.se).

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Pedagogisk Forskning i Sverige

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Politics and Animals

Politics and Animals is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that explores the human-animal relationship from the vantage point of political science and political theory. It hosts international, multidisciplinary research and debate — conceptual and empirical — on the consequences and possibilities that human-animal relations have for politics and vice versa.

Politics and Animals publishes articles on a rolling basis within the current issue. Articles accepted for publication are added continuously to the current issue until that issue closes, ensuring the fastest possible turnaround times for authors. Volume 2, Issue 1 is currently open for submissions.

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Project and Conference Reports - Genombrottet, LTH

WELCOME to this site with project reports written within the educational development courses given by the Academic Development Unit at LTH, Faculty of Engineering, Lund University.

LTH's strategy for educational development is based on that the informed educational discussion between teachers is encouraged and strengthened. In that spirit teachers make development projects in our educational courses and previous project reports are made available here for all course participants.

To be able to read the reports you have be a course participant at an educational course at LTH and log in with your given password. If you have forgotten your password, please contact the course leader (see the course homepage).

You find the reports in the Archives or Search above.

When you as a course participant write your own report, please use this template for the front page.

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Provocatio. En flervetenskaplig tidskrift om mänskliga rättigheter

Provocatio ges ut av Avdelningen för mänskliga rättigheter vid Lunds universitet. Avdelningen är en del av Historiska institutionen.

Provocatio syftar till att vara en arena för kritisk och konstruktiv diskussion om och analys av mänskliga rättigheter. Mänskliga rättigheter kan vara ett rättsligt regelsystem, ett politiskt språk, en internationell praktik, en filosofisk idé och en motsägelsefull historisk tradition. Mänskliga rättigheter kan tjäna som verktyg för motstånd mot förtryck, men också som retorisk förklädnad för propaganda. Mänskliga rättigheter behöver studeras i all denna komplexitet.

En del av de artiklar som publiceras i Provocatio är kortade och omarbetade versioner av uppsatser och examensarbeten från kandidatprogrammet i mänskliga rättigheter i Lund. Tidskriften vänder sig också till doktorander och forskare, samt till studenter på andra utbildningar.

Tidskriften försvarar inga politiska eller teoretiska ställningstaganden, bara den kritiska analysens potential. Vi välkomnar bidrag med olika perspektiv.

In English

Provocatio is published by Human Rights Studies at the Department of History, Lund University.

Provocatio aims to be a forum for critical and constructive analysis of and debate on human rights. Human rights can be a legal system, a political language, an international practice, a philosophical idea, and a conflicting and evasive historical tradition. Human rights can serve as tools of resistance against oppression, but also as a rhetorical veneer for propaganda. Human rights need to be studied in all this complexity.

Some of the articles in Provocatio are shortened, revised versions of essays and theses by students on the Bachelor programme in Human Rights Studies at Lund University. The journal also welcomes submissions from Phd-students and researchers, as well as students on other study programmes.

The journal is not committed to any political or theoretical position, only to the potential of critical analysis. We welcome submissions with a broad range of perspectives.

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Public Journal of Semiotics

Public Journal of Semiotics (PJOS) is a non-profit open access journal that publishes original research articles in semiotics: the systematic study of meaning, in different semiotic/communicative systems such as language, gestures, pictures, and music. We especially welcome articles combining theory and empirical findings in topics like polysemiotic communication, sensory modalities, and multimedia discourse. Our intention is to help make semiotics more relevant for current issues, and in this sense public.

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