Master's student? Publish or become a reviewer at the journal Junctions!

Junctions is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed, open-access journal from our own faculty. It features disciplinary and interdisciplinary academic texts from all corners of the Humanities. Tip: as a master's student, you can utilize Junctions to present your research to a wide audience.

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What does Junctions have to offer?

  • They can help you get your articles published. You can submit any article within the scope of Humanities research to the journal, year-round.
  • Becoming an editor: Positions on the board are open to (R)MA students of all Humanities disciplines, and you can remain an editor for up to a year after your graduation.
  • Becoming a peer reviewer: They offer a great opportunity to familiarize yourself with the process of giving a peer review, something you’re bound to have to perform when making a career in academia.

Are you interested? Check out their website for more information on publishing a peer-reviewed article or becoming a peer reviewer or editor.