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Cascadia Chronicle: A Geospatial Journal of Place, Environment, and Imagination

Cascadia Chronicle is a peer-review, multimedia, open-access journal based at Central Washington University, in close partnership with the university’s Museum of Culture and Environment and Center for Geospatial Poetry. We publish scholarship, literature and art connected to the Cascadia region, primarily comprising Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, and southeastern Alaska. The journal presents innovative scholarship about landscape and place in the Pacific Northwest in dynamic digital form, with particular emphasis on geospatial representations. Whenever possible academic papers, photo essays, and poems are integrated into a geospatial platform, allowing users, in effect, to navigate through the region spatially to access academic and creative content. Our intended audience includes teachers, scholars, students and interested members of the public.

The journal conforms to high standards of scholarship and professional peer review and is overseen by a core editorial board, assisted by an advisory board, consisting by prominent poets, essayists, scientists, historians and other scholars. Technologies and metaphors of mapping figure prominently in this on line arena, allowing readers to navigate and discover geographical interconnections in the region’s history, environment, and cultural form. The journal gives strong attention to social and cultural diversity, past and present, and the dynamic relationship between persons and landscape in the shaping of the Pacific Northwest, with strong attention to the inland Northwest.

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Journal of Math Circles

Journal of Math Circles is an Open Access Journal, indexed in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)

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Aims and Scope

Journal of Math Circles (JMC) offers high-quality, practitioner-focused resources for outreach leaders through the dissemination of local knowledge to the broader mathematical community. Articles are authored by and for mathematics professionals, including K-12 teachers, who organize a wide range of community-responsive outreach programs across the globe.

JMC seeks articles capturing best practices for outreach and professional development activities that align with Math Circle core values: exploring worthwhile mathematical tasks, fostering problem-solving habits of mind, and building communities of mathematical thinkers and problem solvers. Papers offering thorough, evidence-based reflective commentary of implementation are welcome. Manuscripts may be submitted in one of three areas:

  • Lesson Plans. These papers are intended to support leaders of a session or progression of sessions.
  • Outreach Programs. These papers are intended to support individuals or organizations in starting or sustaining outreach programs.
  • Professional Development. These papers are intended to support leaders of K-12 teacher professional development.

JMC publishes articles on a rolling basis with special issues on themed topics. All papers are rigorously reviewed using a double-blind peer-review process.

Open Access Policy

This is an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or his/her institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles in this journal without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the BOAI definition.

The author retains copyright of their work with a Creative Commons Attribution license (CC-BY), so all articles are made freely available to the widest audience possible.

Article Processing Charges

Journal of Math Circles is an Open Access Journal and never charges authors article processing fees for publication.


Journal allows the author(s) to hold and retain the copyright and publishing rights without restrictions.

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The Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences

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