Welcome to the University of Kent journal publishing press.
The University of Kent supports high quality, open access digital journal publishing. Our academic and student led journals are free to publish with and are open and free to read, providing a more equitable publishing experience for all, and maximising the reach and impact of our published research works.
The AJPP is a fully open-access, double-blind, peer reviewed journal with a specific remit for contemporary work which addresses transdisciplinary, work-related, enquiry into practice applications of new knowledge, technology, discussion, research or practice-based innovation. This journal is committed to accessibility for all and will only publish submissions which have met its accessibility guidelines.
There are no article processing charges (APCs) or any other fees.
feminists@law aims to publish critical, interdisciplinary, theoretically engaged scholarship that extends feminist debates and analyses relating to law and justice (broadly conceived). It has a particular interest in critical and theoretical approaches and perspectives that draw upon postcolonial, transnational and poststructuralist work. The journal publishes material in a range of print and multimedia formats and in English and other languages. The journal is committed to an international perspective, to the promotion of feminist work in all areas of law and justice, and to making that work widely available through open access publishing.
The Kent Law Review is a student-led publication that is aimed at providing a platform to promote the best work produced by Kent Law School students. Our focus is to publish theoretically informed critical legal scholarship that is the best representation of law in society.
Transmotion is a biannual, fully and permanently open-access journal inspired by the work of Gerald Vizenor. Transmotion will publish new scholarship focused on theoretical, experimental, postmodernist, and avant-garde writing produced by Native American and First Nations authors, as well as book reviews on relevant work in Indigenous Studies, and new creative work that seeks to push boundaries.