Call to the Arts!
Posted by Sara Sheriff on 2021-02-10
We have exciting news! The Essex Student Journal, in collaboration with Diego Chocano, the Assistant Curator at Essex Collection of Art from Latin America, is currently welcoming submissions that engage with the arts. The journal aims to promote critical exploration, dialogue, and new perspectives on works of art. Articles written about themes or artworks in the University’s art collections are [...]Read More
Meet the editor!
Posted by Sara Sheriff on 2021-01-20
Hello! My name is Sara Sheriff, and I am the new Student Journal Editor. I hold a Bachelor of Laws in Law and Human Rights and I am currently completing a Master's degree in Human Rights and Cultural Diversity. Both of my degrees are from the University of Essex. I am particularly interested in culture, religion, and psychosocial perspectives on human rights. I also really like cats.As I have [...]Read More
Call for papers!
Posted by Hannah Crago on 2020-11-30
The Essex Student Journal is looking for papers! If you are a current student at Essex and you have an essay, research paper, or case study that you would like to be published now is your chance. Having your work published is a great experience of academia for any student, and an impressive addition to your CV. We are looking for submissions from any discipline, on any [...]Read More
All your questions about peer reviewing for Essex Student Journal answered
Posted by Katrine Sundsbø on 2020-10-13
After re-launching the Essex Student Journal we've had a lot of interest in how to get involved, and we've also had a lot of questions! We've decided to collect the most asked questions here:What does a peer reviewer role involve? Being a peer reviewer is a common part of academia, as you'll become experts in your own fields. When you are registered as a peer reviewer, you'll be sent [...]Read More
We're looking for peer reviewers!
Posted by Hannah Crago on 2020-10-08
Volunteering as a peer reviewer with the Essex Student Journal is a great opportunity to gain experience in the peer review process, a key aspect of an academic career. The Essex Student Journal operates a double blind peer review, meaning both the reviewer and the author remain anonymous throughout. This means you can feel confident in your judgements about the paper, and won’t have to [...]Read More
The Essex Student Journal is relaunching!
Posted by Hannah Crago on 2020-10-02
After months of anticipation, the Essex Student Journal (previously ESTRO) is launching! We can’t wait to read some new submissions to the journal, and are welcoming essays, research papers, and case studies from any discipline at the University of Essex. Please head to our submission page for more information. To celebrate the launch of the new format of the Essex Student Journal, [...]Read More