First founded as TCD Miscellany in 1895, MISC. Magazine is Ireland's oldest student publication showcasing independent perspectives on the political, social and cultural zeitgeist, from Dublin and farther afield.
MISC. Magazine's contributors over the years include Samuel Beckett, Terence O'Neill, Anthony Clare, David Norris and Leo Varadkar; with editors including Nicholas Best, Ken Early, Shane Ross and Damien Kiberd.
We endorse and encourage inventive fields of advancement and research; creativity in design and having a space to voice what you are passionate about.
The Trinity Student Scientific Review (TSSR) was established in 2015 by a group of seven Junior Sophister students in Trinity College Dublin to provide a platform for science undergraduates to engage with academic writing and reviewing. It is an annual student-run journal publishing the best undergraduate science review papers at Trinity College Dublin.
The Trinity Women's Review is a publication aiming to promote women's voices in all faculties of college, dealing with issues relating to women and gender.
Carta is a literary magazine based in Trinity College Dublin that publishes short stories, book extracts and essays.
Trinity Student Medical Journal
The Trinity Journal of Literary Translation is a student-run literary magazine dedicated to publishing original translations by members of the Trinity College Dublin community and beyond.
The Trinity Postgraduate Review, hereafter TPR, is an international research journal for postgraduate students published by the Graduate Students' Union, Trinity College Dublin.
TPR showcases the work of postgraduate students both from Trinity College Dublin, and from other universities. Drawing on the peer review tradition, TPR encourages interdisciplinary collaboration in a peer review tradition for the advancement of knowledge, scholarly engagement.
Web of Science Impact Factor (2016): 0.771
Scopus SJR (2016): 0.412
The Economic and Social Review is Ireland's leading journal for economics and applied social science. The Journal is published four times a year.
The ESR invites high quality submissions in economics, sociology, and cognate disciplines on topics of relevance to Ireland. Contributions based on original empirical research and employing a comparative international approach are particularly encouraged.
The ESR incorporates a policy section that contains applied articles addressing important questions relating to economic and social policy. While these articles do not necessarily have to contain new academic research results, they are subject to the same refereeing process as our academic articles. Suggestions to the Editor for specially themed policy sections are welcome.
Aedín Doris, Maynooth University, Co. Kildare, Ireland
Policy Section Editor
Adele Bergin, Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin
Agustín Bénétrix, Trinity College Dublin
John Cullinan, National University of Ireland, Galway
Ron Davies, University College Dublin
Gerda Dewit, Maynooth University, Co. Kildare
Orla Doyle, University College Dublin
Vincent Hogan, University College Dublin
Stephen Kinsella, University of Limerick
Ross Macmillan, University of Limerick
Christopher T. Whelan, University College Dublin
The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland is an all-Ireland body that has been in continuous existence since 1847. The proceedings of the Society are recorded in its annual journal. See the following link for more information about the Society SSISI