The School of Humanities is associated with the following Journals:
A freely accessible, fully refereed international e-journal published twice a year by Flinders Institute for Research in the Humanities, Flinders University.
The journal maintains a focus on new literatures in English, but has expanded its portfolio to consider all literatures that deal with cross-cultural contact and interaction.
Transnational Literature was previously published under the name Quodlibet. New Literature Review, formerly published by the University of Tasmania, merged with Transnational Literature in 2012.
Writers in Conversation is an international online open-access literary journal specialising in well-researched, in-depth interviews with writers in all literary genres (including criticism), concentrating on their work, their ideas and related matters, published jointly by Flinders University and Edge Hill University, UK.
Flinders University Languages Group Online Review
A freely accessible, fully refereed international e-journal, normally published once a year by the Department of Languages, Flinders University.
The journal aims to publish high-quality academic work produced by scholars associated with tertiary institutions who are conducting research in the areas of French, Italian, Modern Greek and Spanish Studies, Applied Linguistics, Language Education and Migration Studies.
Previously-unpublished papers are invited from researchers in both Australian and overseas universities. The journal from time to time will publish special issues, eg on a particular theme or containing a selection of conference papers. The journal reserves the right to publish invited papers. It is happy to receive reader feedback and to publish news of coming events and conferences.
Postgraduate and Honours students are encouraged to submit papers to all journals.