Aigne: An Online, Bi-Lingual, Postgraduate Journal for the Arts and Humanities

  Aigne is a new, online, postgraduate journal for the Arts and Humanities, based in University College Cork, Ireland. The journal, a collaboration between lecturers and postgraduate students, is based in the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences. The journal publishes themed issues as well as special issues for conferences. Submissions can be in the English and Irish languages. Aigne accepts submissions from graduate students within UCC as well as outside Universities and has just published it’s first issue under the theme of “Identity.” Submissions can be in the English and Irish languages. The issue comprises 5 articles and three book reviews from American, European and UCC contributors.Aigne provides graduate students in UCC with the opportunity to gain valuable work experience in the arena of academic publishing  and editing in the the digital field. Additionally students gain insight into the process of publishing in peer reviewed journals. As academia and publishing continues to evolve with the digital revolution, such opportunities to work and publish in an online peer reviewed journal are necessary in the training of graduate students as the scope of scholarship in the arts and humanities continue to grow in tandem with the digital humanities.

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