The Canadian Journal for the Academic Mind (CJAM) is a student-run, multidisciplinary, open-access, research publication dedicated to providina a platform for young academics and researchers from around the world to share their research and ideas. CJAM is dedicated to promoting research conducted within a feminist framework that embraces intersectionality and social justice.
The journal believes in justice for everyone, addressing issues related to climate, class, immigration, gender, racial equity, and beyond. Authors are strongly encouraged to adopt perspectives that critically examine power structures, challenge oppressive norms, explore pressing societal issues, and strive for equity and inclusivity across all aspects of our world.
In Volume I, Issue I, the authors delve into a wide spectrum of subjects, encompassing linguistics, incarceration, performative pedagogy, machine learning, and beyond. CJAM's inaugural volume stands as a testament to the compelling outcomes of cross-disciplinary dialogue among young, academic minds.
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Volume 1, Issue 1
We are thrilled to announce that the Canadian Journal for the Academic Mind has just published its inaugural issue, marking the beginning of an exciting journey in academic exploration.
Arts & Humanities
Natural & Applied Sciences
The Canadian Journal for the Academic Mind is a student-run/student-focused, non-profit, interdisciplinary, open-access research publication dedicated to bringing together the best and brightest minds from across the world to share their ideas and research. We believe, support, and encourage the use of open-access publishing and the accessibility of academic material to the public. CJAM does not charge a fee for any of its services, including article processing, submission, and viewing. We are committed to providing a platform for students to showcase their research findings and to discuss and debate the changing landscape of our world.
Currently, we are accepting submissions solely from students in their undergraduate or graduate studies. We hope that in the future, we will have the capacity to also support the submissions of academics and professors. Professors are welcome to and encouraged to co-author students' papers.