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 Research@StAndrews:FullText

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

  • Marilynne Robinson’s Calvinist apology in fiction and essay 

    Pásztor, Péter (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2013-12-01) - Journal article
    While Calvinism has not fared particularly well in the mainstream Zeitgeist of late, Péter Pásztor’s paper reflects on how it has recently found a major apologist in the work of the novelist and essayist Marilynne Robinson. ...
  • "Resurrection city: a theology of improvisation" by Peter Goodwin Heltzel 

    White, Wesley (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2013-12-01) - Book review
    Review of Peter Goodwin Heltzel, Resurrection city: a theology of improvisation (Grand Rapids, Mich.: Wm. B. Eerdmans, 2012)
  • “Churches in exile: alternative models of church for Ireland in the 21st century” by Cathy Higgins 

    Robinson, Leah E. (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2013-12-01) - Book review
    Review of Cathy Higgins, Churches in exile: alternative models of church for Ireland in the 21st century (Blackrock, Co. Dublin: Columbra Press, 2013).
  • John Baillie on the theology of revelation 

    Valentine, D. R. (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2013-12-01) - Journal article
    In his article, Daniel Valentine examines John Baillie’s book, The Idea of Revelation in Recent Thought from the formal perspective of broader historical theology. He sets out the two main topics of Baillie’s study – first, ...
  • Taking the Lord’s name in vain 

    Monteith, W. Graham (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2013-12-01) - Journal article
    In his paper, Graham Monteith explores some of the social boundaries, or cultural limits, of language – an investigation, that is, of the liminal area of speech which issues from pain or anger, and is expressed in swearing ...

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