These peer-reviewed journals are published by the students of Stanford University with the support of the Graduate School of Education. For information on how other groups of Stanford University students can take advantage of this publishing platform for their journal, please contact


  • Hinšuušte: Stanford Indigenous Studies Journal

    Hinšuušte is an interdisciplinary student-run journal that publishes academic work covering all dimensions of Native American and Indigenous studies. William Parish (Cherokee Nation) is the current editor-in-chief, and the journal is supported by staff at the Native American Cultural Center. 

  • Tangents: The Journal of the Master of Liberal Arts Program at Stanford University

    Tangents is published annually and features the works of Stanford MLA students and alumni. 

  • The Stanford Southeast Asia Journal

    The Stanford Southeast Asia Journal is an open-access, student-run journal based at Stanford University with administrative support provided by the Center for Human Rights and International Justice. The Journal aims to be an interdisciplinary forum on Southeast Asia. We feature research by both undergraduate and graduate students from institutions around the world in all disciplines, including those from outside Stanford University.

  • GRACE: Global Review of AI Community Ethics

    GRACE: Global Review of AI Community Ethics is a new peer-reviewed, international journal at Stanford University.  An open-access journal, indexed in Google Scholar, GRACE offers a unique intellectual forum for AI Ethics practitioners to share their work.

    OUR SECOND issue is now LIVE


    Vol. 2 No. 1 (2024): AI in Education, Culture, Finance, and War

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    Published: 2024-01-22


  • Intersect: The Stanford Journal of Science, Technology, and Society

    Intersect is an international Science, Technology, and Society research journal run by undergraduate students at Stanford University and supported by the Program in STS at Stanford. It publishes research and scholarship on the social factors that shapes, underwrites, and/or inhibits research and invention, just as these social forces are, in turn, shaped by evolving science and technology. It welcomes undergraduate, graduate, and PhD submissions at the intersection of history, culture, sociology, art, literature, business, law, health, and design with science and technology. The journal's submissions are not exclusive to Stanford affiliates and generally span several continents. 

  • Stanford U.S. -Russia Forum Journal

    Stanford U.S. -Russia Forum Journal is an interdisciplinary research and professional journal on subject areas of mutual interest to the United States and Russian Federation. It is the subsidiary journal of the Stanford U.S. -Russia Forum (SURF), a collaborative forum that brings together young Russian and American scholars and professionals. This journal publishes articles in the fields of: international relations and security, technology and the sciences, business and entrepreneurship, the arts, healthcare, and regional and humanitarian issues. The journal has been published since SURF's founding in 2008.

  • The Word: Tha Stanford Journal of Student Hiphop Research

    The Word is a fresh as hell student hiphop research journal that aims to embody the founding spirit and purpose of hiphop: providing a mode of creative expression and voice to marginalized communities, inspiring activism, and making a way outta no way. We define hiphop as encompassing the traditional "5 elements" of MCing, DJing/producing, graffiti writing, breakdancing, and dropping science/knowledge (what we're doing right here) as well as the elements of fashion and style; blogging and social media writing; and TV, films, plays, and novels.

  • Herodotus Undergraduate History Journal

    Herodotus is a student-run publication founded in 1986 by the History Undergraduate Student Association in collaboration with the Stanford University Department of History. It bears the name of Herodotus of Halicarnassus, the 5th century BCE historian of the Greco-Persian Wars. His Histories, which preserve the memory of the battles of Marathon and Thermopylae, were written so that "human achievements may not become forgotten in time, and great and marvelous deeds...may not be without their glory." Likewise, this journal is dedicated to preserving and showcasing the best undergraduate historical work, selected through a process of peer review.

  • Embodied: The Stanford Undergraduate Journal of Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

    Embodied is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal focusing on themes of feminism, gender, and sexuality. Founded in 2021, Embodied is a student-run initiative dedicated to facilitating discussion, inquiry, and scholarship in this historically overlooked field. The journal publishes original research, as well as academic papers, features, editorials, creative writing, and multimedia pieces. It welcomes submissions from undergraduates and co-terminal students at all academic institutions. Submission is not exclusive to Stanford affiliates.

  • Pathways: Stanford Journal of Public Health (SJPH)

    Pathways: Stanford Journal of Public Health (SJPH) is an annual, student-led publication centered at Stanford University dedicated to connecting different players in the public health community — inviting undergraduate students, graduate scholars, and distinguished experts — to discuss central conversations revolving around public health. The Journal features a multi-faceted approach to public health issues and is divided into three sections:

    Exploration and innovation: showcases cutting-edge research on current public health issues and outcomes; spotlights potential tools for public health enhancement and profiles practice-based approaches to public health.

    Governance: introduces potential and current systemic policy-based public health approaches
    Reflections: a space for personal narratives and experiences related to public health journeys and stories.

    We seek to provide those at Stanford and at other peer universities to engage in these discussions and introduce new research by contributing to the Journal. The Journal offers interested individuals the opportunity for tangible contributions to the public health sector and simultaneously raises awareness of relevant critical issues in public health.

  • SURJ: The Stanford Undergraduate Research Journal

    The Stanford Undergraduate Research Journal (SURJ) is an annual peer-reviewed publication run by undergraduate students at Stanford University. SURJ published research articles written by well-qualified students from all institutions and all academic fields. The mission of SURJ is to encourage, recognize, and reward intellectual activity beyond the classroom while providing a forum for the exchange of research and ideas. SURJ encourages students to become interested in research by displaying examples of what is studied and by offering the means of communicating knowledge between these disciplines to achieve a holistic effect. SURJ is published electronically on the web, with print issues released annually.

  • The Cutting Edge: The Stanford Undergraduate Journal of Education Research

    Cutting Edge is a student-run, peer-edited journal publishing original research by undergraduates on topics in education. Topics may include but are not limited to: Sociology of education, personal experiences in education, educational initiatives and entrepreneurship, learning and child development, education technology, and current events in education.