The Library's journal hosting service offers support for academic staff and students who are interested in setting up their own online journals. The service uses Open Journal Systems (OJS) to support the publishing process, including submission, peer-review and online publication. The Library acts as 'electronic distributor' for journals and provides a secure archive for the content. The Journal Manager and Editorial staff are the publishers of the journal and are responsible for management and administration, and for journal content.

The Journal Hosting Service is part of a set of services to provide research support in the areas of scholarly communication and open access. As part of the service, we offer the option to archive content in St Andrews Research Repository

The most recent content in all journals, and their complete archives, can be accessed from our main journal hosting site.

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Recent Submissions

  • What the West owes Syrians 

    Bashur, Diana (Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2018-02) - Journal article
    In What the West Owes Syrians, Diana Bashur explores another significant post-uprising reality, Syrian refugees and the costs involved in hosting them by Western countries. Here Bashur is seeking to draw our attention to ...
  • Syria's reconstruction scramble 

    Asseburg, Muriel; Oweis, Khalid Yacoub (Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2018-02) - Journal article
    In Syria’s Reconstruction Scramble – Muriel Asseburg & Khaled Yacoub Oweis, focus on whether or not Europe should put aside its current reservations and become involved in the reconstruction effort. Asseburg and Oweis show ...
  • Preface: Syria Studies, Vol 9, Issue 2 

    Imady, Omar (Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2018-02) - Journal item
    Preface to VOL 9, NO 2 (2017) of Syria Studies by Omar Imady.
  • Syria’s reconciliation agreements 

    Hinnebusch, Raymond; Imady, Omar (Centre for Syrian Studies, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, 2018-02) - Journal article
    In Syria’s Reconciliation Agreements, Raymond Hinnebusch and Omar Imady explore how the regime and the opposition interacted with the evolving idea of musalahat or ‘reconciliations’. At first, when neither side could unseat ...
  • Dialogues I & II: some reflections 

    Jack, Alison (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2018-03-22) - Journal article

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