Welcome to the Ateneo de Manila University Journals Online,
a portal that gives you access to the university’s journals in the arts, philosophy, language and literary studies, theology, management, history, and social science. Maintained by the Office of the Associate Dean for Research and Creative Work (OADRCW), this service aims not only to support scholarly development but also and more importantly contribute to social transformation.

Although the journals are now available online, some titles will continue to serve its readers in its print format. In order to sustain the print format, OADRCW wishes to seek out the support of institutions and individuals throughout the Philippines and around world by way of initiating and/or maintaining a paid subscription to any of these publications.

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Statement of Ethics in Journal Publishing

The publishers, editors, reviewers, and authors of the Ateneo de Manila University journals are committed to upholding high standards of quality and academic integrity.

To this end:

We exert our best effort in checking submissions using available tools;

Main articles are subjected to double blind peer review;

Editors continue to build a wide base of peer reviewers and endeavor to give authors feedback/result of peer review in a timely manner;

Interview transcripts are given to interviewees prior to publication to allow for corrections;

Authorship credits are based on substantial contributions to the manuscript which include: planning, conducting and concluding the research; drafting and revising majority of the article; and finalizing the version to be published;

To discourage/avoid plagiarism, authors are required, upon acceptance of their article, to sign the Consent to Publish and Transfer of copyright form, in which the author attests that he or she is the author of the article about to be published by the journal;

In case of publication fraud, discovered either prior to or after publication, the editors are committed to confronting the author with/informing the author of the discovery, reporting the fraud to the institution to which the author is affiliated, and informing the wronged party (following the Committee on Publication Ethics or COPE decision tree). Should the plagiarism/fraud be discovered after publication, the journal shall publish a retraction;

All relevant cases shall be handled according to the University Code of Ethics in Research and the Code of Academic Integrity of the Loyola Schools; and

Changes in editorial policies or structure are agreed upon by the board and communicated accordingly to all stakeholders.

News
KK Reading Series presents Glenn Diaz and Michelle T. Tan 24 September 2014

Kritika Kultura will be hosting a reading and lecture by Glenn Diaz and Michelle T. Tan on Sept. 29, 2014, 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., at the 4th floor of the new Rizal Library.

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KK hosts third interdisciplinarity roundtable, launches issue 23 19 September 2014

The third and final roundtable will be on Sept. 22, 2014, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m., at Faber Hall, Ateneo de Manila University. It will focus on institutional implications of interdisciplinarity.

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KK Reading Series presents Roland Tolentino and Rommel Rodriguez 10 September 2014

Kritika Kultura, the international refereed journal of language, literary, and cultural studies of the Department of English, Ateneo de Manila University, in cooperation with the Rizal Library, will be hosting a reading and lecture by Dr. Roland Tolentino and Prof. Rommel Rodriguez on Sept. 15, 2014, 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., at the 4th floor of the new Rizal Library.

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KK hosts second interdisciplinary roundtable discussion 6 September 2014

The second roundtable will be on Sept. 8, 2014, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m., at the 4th floor, new Rizal Library. It will focus on the implications of interdisciplinarity on research and creative work.

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KK hosts roundtable discussion series on interdisciplinarity 29 August 2014

In the roundtable series, different academics from various fields gather to talk about the recent developments—foremost of which is the implementation of interdisciplinarity—in higher education. The first roundtable will be on Sept. 1, 2014, 4:30 to 6:00 p.m., at the 4th floor, new Rizal Library. It will discuss the theoretical and historical underpinnings of interdisciplinarity.

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Call For Papers

We encourage you to make a direct and meaningful contribution to social change by contributing articles to the Ateneo journals regularly. Click on each Call For Paper to find out where your article will be most useful for.