Exploring Human Experience in the North
The Northern Review is a multidisciplinary journal exploring human experience in the Circumpolar North. Published by the School of Liberal Arts, it is the only peer-reviewed journal in Canada devoted exclusively to northern issues and published north of 60. Since 1988, we have published articles covering a broad range of human issues and topics in the social sciences & humanities. The journal usually publishes two issues a year.
The editors invite research articles and book reviews relating to human experience in, and thought about, the Circumpolar North.
Contact Deanna McLeod, Managing Editor for a copy of the submission guidelines or to subscribe.
Links below guide you to the journal's full-text articles and book reviews available through Open Journal Systems (hosted by SFU).
Current Issue (June 2015)
Number 39 (2015)
Consultation and Resource Development in Northern Communities: Russia, Scandinavia, and Canada
Guest edited by Greg Poelzer
Number 40 (2015)
Includes special collection:
Resources and Sustainable Development in the Arctic
Guest edited by Chris Southcott
Number 38 (2014). Released March 2015
Includes special collection:
Political and Economic Change in Canada’s Provincial North
Guest edited by Ken Coates
Cover artist: Daphne Mennell, "Wild Crocuses, First Kiss of Spring"
Number 37 (Fall 2013). Released May 2014
Includes special collection: The Arctic Council, the EU and Polar Politics: Canada, France, Germany, Russia & the UK
Guest edited by Frances Abele, Carleton University
Cover artist: Stephanie Ryan, "Ben-My-Chree Gardens"
Number 36 (Fall 2012)
Number 35 (Spring 2012)
Special issue: Tourism and Travel in the Circumpolar North
Number 34 (Fall 2011)
Number 33 (Spring 2011)
Special issue: Canada’s Role in the Circumpolar World
Number 32 (Spring 2010)
Number 31 (Fall 2009)
Special literary issue: a collection of northern poetry, fiction and essays
Number 30 (Spring 2009)
Special collection: The social economy of Northern Canada
Number 29 (Fall 2008)
Special issue: The Northern Research Institute. Fifteen years of building Yukon research capacity.
Number 28 (Spring 2008)
Special collection: Rapid landscape change and human response in the Arctic and Subarctic.
Number 27 (Fall 2007)
Festschrift in Honour of Aron Senkpiel.
Number 25/26 (Summer 2005)
Includes special collection on governance in the provincial norths.
Please check our archives for content from Numbers 1 through 24.
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