Open Journals LMU
The University Library supports all members of the LMU who are planning to found an online journal with the software Open Journal Systems. The University Library hosts the journal, provides a data backup solution and offers an introduction to as well as ongoing support for back-end administration, editing and layouting.
„Arcadia: Explorations in Environmental History” is an open-access, peer-reviewed publication platform for short, illustrated, and engaging environmental histories. Embedded in a particular time and place, each story focuses on a site, event, person, organization, or species as it relates to nature and human society. By publishing digitally on the Environment & Society Portal, Arcadia promotes accessibility and visibility of original research in global environmental history and cognate disciplines.
The German-language research journal Incipiens - Zeitschrift für Erstpublikationen aus der Philosophie und ihrer Geschichte (Journal for New Publications in Philosophy and its History) was published by the Faculty of Philosophy, the Philosophy of Science and Religious Studies at LMU Munich between 2013 and 2016. In October 2016 funding for Incipiens was discontinued, after which no further contributions could be accepted.
Published online biannually, its goal was to support students and young researchers on the path to their first citable publication.
Online journal published regularly by the Graduate School Language & Literature - Class of Language at LMU Munich. The English-language periodical JournaLIPP was founded as part of the former Linguistic International PhD Programme LIPP at LMU Munich. JournaLIPP's aim is to provide a forum enabling young researchers from the various sub-disciplines of linguistics to publish their initial results, completed studies and new projects as alumni.
The Journal of Global Theatre History (GTHJ) is a peer-reviewed, open access online journal focusing on recent research in theatre history devoted to exploring the historical dimensions of theatre, opera, dance and popular entertainment from global, transnational and transcultural perspectives. It places a particular emphasis on the institutional dimensions ot the performing arts.
Junior Management Science (JUMS), is the scholarly journal for theses in BWL (business economics) and accepts contributions in both German and English.
With only a few clicks students can submit their work free of charge.
Lehrerbildung@LMU (Teacher Training at the LMU) is a digital magazine focusing on „Qualitätsoffensive Lehrerbildung” (Initiative for Quality in Teacher Training), or QLB, and published online by LMU Munich. The QLB is funded by the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (Federal Ministry of Education and Research), while the project network „Lehrerbildung@LMU” is responsible for its implementation at LMU Munich. The eponymous QLB-Magazin is published (in German) via the Münchener Zentrum für Lehrerbildung (Munich Centre for Teacher Training).
The German-language journal „Mitteilungen zur Kirchlichen Zeitgeschichte” (Minutes on Contemporary Church History) focuses on the development of German and international Protestantism in the 20th century, also covering the emergence of the contemporary world and the challenges it faces. It contains essays, bibliographies, forum contributions, project and conference reports, alongside news relating to the broad spectrum of content and methodology of contemporary church history research.
The German-language Münchener Theologische Zeitschrift (Munich Journal of Theology) is edited by the professors of the Katholisch-Theologische Fakultät (Faculty of Catholic Theology) at LMU Munich and published quarterly by EOS-Verlag, St. Ottilien. The online version is published about a year later than the printed edition.
NomoK@non is a predominantly German-language online journal covering the field of law and religion. The journal contains articles on current and historical topics from the intersection between law and religion and is targeted at scholars and practitioners from the academic and social sectors. The focus is both on national and supranational law („Nomos″) relating to religion, and on internal religious law, in particular canon law („Kanon”). The journal was founded in 1998 by Prof. Dr Richard Puza; since 2021 it has been edited by Prof. Dr Dr Burkhard Berkmann.
o-bib - The Open Library Journal: the clue is in the name. Contributions are published on open access under the terms of a Creative Commons Attribution Licence (CC BY). o-bib ist a Diamond Open Access journal and is open to a wide range of library-related topics. All interested authors are welcome to submit their contributions (in German or English).
static contains the latest thought and research on dis:connectivity — the interplay of connection and disconnection in globalisation processes — especially from the humanities and the arts, and especially from the global dis:connect research centre. The journal is published under a CC BY 4.0 license, so anyone can download it, copy it, adapt it and redistribute it, in whole or in part, at no charge. static is generously funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and the LMU in Munich.
Since December 2021 the Student Series of Criminology has published German and English academic texts on criminology written by students under the supervision of the Lehrstuhl für Strafrecht und Kriminologie (Chair of Criminal Law and Criminology) at LMU Munich.
The platform enables young students still in the early years of their academic training to engage in discussion with established researchers.
Virtual Exhibitions are born‐digital, peer‐reviewed projects published by the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society. Curated by experts in the environmental humanities, they contextualize and interpret collections of digitized materials, resulting in research‐based, engaging multimedia stories with scholarly as well as public appeal.
They are hosted on the Environment & Society Portal (www. environmentandsociety.org), the Rachel Carson Center's open access digital platform and archive.
The Young Journal of European Affairs (YJEA) is a political science journal founded by young academics and based in Munich. It offers students just beginning their academic careers the opportunity of publishing research articles in English or German relating to European Union politics. The articles published in the journal cover a wide range of topics related to the European Union.