• @nalyses

    Créée en janvier 2006 au Département de français de l'Université d'Ottawa, @nalyses publie des études universitaires qui, par leur problématique ou leur approche, visent à renouveler le discours critique et à étendre le champ des connaissances sur les littératures franco-canadiennes et québécoise. Ouverte aux études des corpus franco-canadiens et québécois d'hier à aujourd'hui, elle ne rejette a priori aucun courant théorique et accueille des dossiers regroupant des études sur un auteur ou une thématique; des articles autonomes traitant d'une problématique particulière; des entrevues avec des écrivains.

  • Aporia

    Aporia is dedicated to scholarly debates in nursing and the health sciences. The journal is committed to a pluralistic view of science and to the blurring of boundaries between disciplines. Aporia encourages the use of a wide range of epistemologies, philosophies, theoretical perspectives and research methodologies. In the critical analyses of health-related matters, Aporia advocates and embraces a wide range of epistemologies, philosophies and theories including but not limited to: cultural studies, feminism(s), neo-marxism, postmodernism, poststructuralism, postcolonialism and queer studies.

  • Journal of Prisoners on Prisons

    The journal features peer-reviewed articles written by current and former prisoners. Based on the tradition of the penal press and published by the University of Ottawa Press, the JPP combines prison writing with academic arguments to enlighten public discourse about the current state of carceral institutions, as well as inform the development of reforms to penal policies and practices that promote accountability and human rights. For more information about the journal, please visit

  • University of Ottawa Journal of Medicine

    The student-run medical journal of the University of Ottawa | Le journal médical étudiant de l'Université d'Ottawa

  • Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos

    Bienvenido a la Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos, la publicación oficial de la Asociación Canadiense de Hispanistas. Tras más de cuarenta años de publicación ininterrumpida, la RCEH constituye un prestigioso foro de diálogo internacional. Publica artículos rigurosos y originales sobre las literaturas y culturas del mundo hispánico.

  • OLBI Journal

    OLBI Journal is a peer reviewed publication of the Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute (OLBI) and its Canadian Centre for Study of Bilingualism and Language Policy (CCERBAL). Articles published in OLBI Journal address issues linked to the questions of second language acquisition and language teaching; new technologies used in language instruction; evaluation of language skills; linguistic and social aspects of individual and societal bilingualism; language policy and planning; official languages; and any other topics related to the above fields in all languages. OLBI Journal is a bilingual journal and invites contributions both in English and in French.

    Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute
    Canadian Centre for Study of Bilingualism and Language Policy (CCERBAL)

  • Canadian Journal of Media Studies

    An open-access journal devoted to the pursuit of media studies in Canada.

  • Culture and Local Governance

    Culture and Local Governance (CLG) is a peer-reviewed online journal. CLG offers a space for dialogue across disciplinary boundaries, between established and emerging scholars, and between academics and practitioners. In order to enhance the social impact of work published in its pages, CLG emphasizes research diffusion and communication, following a double-blind peer review process. In keeping with this philosophy, CLG is an open access journal.

  • Conversations: The Journal of Cavellian Studies

    Conversations is an Open Journal Systems peer-reviewed journal publishing work engaged with the writings of Stanley Cavell. 

  • Potentia: Journal of International Affairs

    The Centre for International Policy Studies’ (CIPS) “Potentia”: Journal of International and Public Affairs is a scholarly journal that exclusively showcases the work of graduate students from across Canada and abroad. Managed by students from the University of Ottawa, Potentia provides a space for the rigorous analysis of contemporary international challenges and discussion of possible policy alternatives.

  • Interdisciplinary Journal of Health Sciences

    The IJHS is a student-led bilingual academic journal at the University of Ottawa. Based on the determinants of health, its submission criteria promote exchanges between researchers across disciplinary backgrounds.

  • University of Ottawa Science Undergraduate Research Journal

    The University of Ottawa Science Undergraduate Research Journal (OSURJ) is an online, open-access, multidisciplinary, non-proprietary, bilingual academic journal that is published and reviewed by University of Ottawa students.

  • Canadio-Byzantina

    A newsletter published by the Canadian Committee of Byzantinists.
  • Education Journal - Revue de l'éducation

    Education Journal - Revue de l'éducation is a peer reviewed education journal that publishes the research of Faculty of Education graduate students at the University of Ottawa. Education Journal - Revue de l'éducation is published annually in both French and English, however special editions may also be released. Formerly published under the title le/the Journal.

  • Actes du Symposium JEAN-PAUL DIONNE Symposium Proceedings

    The JPDS-SJPD Proceedings is a journal published annually following the Jean-Paul Dionne Symposium of a particular year.

  • Intermezzo

    Intermezzo is the University of Ottawa School of Music's Undergraduate Journal published between 2014 and 2016.

  • Revue Gouvernance / Governance Review

    Revue Gouvernance / Governance Review is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes theoretical, empirical and critical articles addressing one or more dimensions of public and social governance in Canada and around the world. Interdisciplinary and multi-methodological, Revue Gouvernance / Governance Review hosts texts of all epistemological and ontological sensitivities, with the dual perspective of enriching positive and normative knowledge about governance, as well as nurturing public debates on the challenges and issues related to its contemporary exercise.