The Open Journals Portal is a digital scholarship initiative hosted by the UNM University Libraries. This service provides a free electronic publishing platform for any UNM sponsored scholarly publication. The portal hosts both open access and electronically published journals and newsletters.
Arid: A Journal of Desert Art, Design and Ecology
ARID: A Journal of Desert Art, Design and Ecology is a peer-reviewed bi-annual journal focusing on cross-disciplinary explorations of desert arts, design, culture and the environment for both scholarly and new audiences.
For more information or to view current and past issues, please visit the ARID homepage at http://www.aridjournal.org/.
A multimedia journal dedicated to the arts and literature of New Mexico.
La Crónica de Nuevo México
La Crónica de Nuevo Mexico is the official quarterly publication of the Historical Society of New Mexico.
Development Journal of the South
Development Journal of the South (DJS) is an open-access peer-reviewed multidisciplinary journal published by the Nepal Study Center at the University of New Mexico. The journal intends to spur critical debate on issues faced by nations in Asia, Africa and Latin America, collectively known as the Global South.
Himalayan Research Papers Archive
The Nepal Study Center (NSC) at the University of New Mexico is dedicated to fostering policy research, international partnerships and collaboration, and knowledge sharing with a focus and wider perspective on development, democracy, conflict, and the environment as they pertain to low income economies with a wider theme of South-South cooperation and development.
Please click here to learn more about the NSC.
The Himalayan Research Papers Archive (HRPA) is a working papers archive maintained by the NSC, and submission is open to researchers worldwide. While not subject to peer review, submissions will be screened by a Production Editor for quality control.
An Annual Journal of Research, Commentary, and Reviews
New Mexico Historical Review
Founded in 1926, the New Mexico Historical Review is one of the oldest and most distinguished historical journals in the country. Publishing high-quality research on New Mexico and the Southwest, including Northern Mexico, each issue is filled with scholarly articles, book reviews and notes on new publications, news and current events.
New Mexico United Methodist Historical Journal
This journal documents the history of the United Methodist Church and its members and their impact upon the culture of the Southwest.
Shared Knowledge Conference Journal
The Shared Knowledge Conference e-journal provides a platform to publish the research ideas, creative performances, and specialized knowledge shared during every annual conference. We are glad to make this multi-format conference proceedings available as an e-publication through a partnership with University Libraries. Individual papers, posters, art pieces, models, recordings of musical/dance performances, and film screenings from the Shared Knowledge Conference are included. Questions? Contact the Graduate Resource Center at (505) 277-1407 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tamarind Papers
The Tamarind Technical Papers includes historical, critical, and technical articles on fine art lithography. The journal was published by Tamarind Institute from 1974 through 1992; subsequently by Tamarind in cooperation with the University of New Mexico Press.
The Tamarind Technical Papers Index can be used to search historical, critical, and technical articles on fine art lithography.
Individual issues are available through the browse>by issue search menu on the right side of this page. A full-text searchable index by article and books and catalogs reviewed can be found at The Tamarind Papers Index. Additional questions on the content of these papers, may be directed to email@example.com.
UNM CIR Journal of Quality Improvement in Healthcare
The UNM Committee of Interns and Residents have created the Journal of Quality Improvement in Healthcare to coordinate collaboration among residents interested in quality improvement, showcase resident projects, and assist residents with obtaining the resources and education they need to make a positive systems-level change during their residency at the University of New Mexico.
UNM Orthopaedic Research Journal
The purpose of the UNMORJ is to highlight the research done in orthopaedics by physicians and alumni associated with the University of New Mexico Department of Orthopaedics.
Wagon Tracks is the official quarterly publication of the Santa Fe Trail Association, it covers the activities of the association and its chapters, and offers research articles about the history of the Santa Fe Trail.
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