Open Access Journals
Aristos is derived from the Ancient Greek word Ἄριστος meaning “best”.
Aristos is a biannual journal showcasing the very best student works in Philosophy, Theology, Ethics and the University Core Curriculum, The Logos Programme. The Journal is edited by the School of Philosophy and Theology at The University of Notre Dame Australia, Sydney campus. Each semester the highest achieving students in relevant units are invited to submit their work to the journal.
Students are welcome to submit reviews of newly released books in Philosophy and Theology.
The eJournal of Catholic Education in Australasia is a double peer reviewed international and national journal. The eJournal uploads articles pertaining to issues relating to Catholic schools within the Australasian region. Issues for discussion include, but are not limited to: School leadership and management; student ministry and leadership; service learning; curriculum; professional learning; school evangelisation; and, Catholic identity.
The eJournal is published twice a year through the School of Education, at The University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle.
Managing Editor: Professor Chris Hackett, The University of Notre Dame Australia
Editors: Associate Professor Shane Lavery, The University of Notre Dame Australia, Dr Helga Neidhart, and Dr Gregory Hine, The University of Notre Dame, Australia.
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Pastoral Liturgy is a publication of the School of Philosophy & Theology of the University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle Campus.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Solidarity: The Journal of Catholic Social Thought and Secular Ethics is a refereed academic online journal published initially annually with future plans to publish semi-annually to provide a forum for the discussion of social ethics, social justice and Catholic social thought. The journal promotes ethical reflection and stimulates dialogue on a range of topics and issues of practical and international import as well as of theological and secular significance.
Solidarity is run by the Institute for Ethics and Society at the University of Notre Dame Australia, with the support of the Justice and Peace Office of the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney.
Editors-in-Chief: Professor Sandra Lynch, Institute for Ethics and Society, University of Notre Dame Australia & Father Peter Smith, Justice and Peace Office, Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney.
Managing Editor: Dr Adam Piovarchy, Institute for Ethics and Society, University of Notre Dame Australia
We thank all our contributors for their ongoing support, and also you, our readers. Your contributions, feedback and support is always welcome.