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"Et In Arcadia Ego"
Arcadia: A Student Journal for Faith and Culture A Student Journal for Faith and Culture, offers a vehicle where both undergraduate and graduates can contribute to the ongoing "dialogue between the Catholic Tradition and all areas of contemporary culture." A project of the Center for Catholic Studies, Arcadia is edited by students and faculty of Seton Hall University and is published annually.
Health Law Outlook (Seton Hall Law)
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ISSN ISSN 2474-2295A Collaborative Publication by the Seton Hall University Chapters of Pi Sigma Alpha and Pi Alpha Alpha.
Seton Hall Circuit Review (Seton Hall Law)
Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law (Seton Hall Law)
The journal began publication of Volume 1 in 1991 as the Seton Hall Journal of Sports Law. Beginning with Volume 14, the journal became the Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law. The Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law ceased publication after Volume 24, Issue 1, 2014.
Seton Hall Law Review (Seton Hall Law)
Seton Hall Legislative Journal (Seton Hall Law)
The Seton Hall Legislative Journal is a nationally recognized periodical that focuses on legislative, statutory, regulatory topics. Authors include state and federal legislators, judges, members of the academic and practicing communities, and students. The Journal subscribers include state and federal legislators, members of the federal and state judiciary, law schools, bar associations, public libraries, and members of the academic and legal communities. Members of the Journal acquire valuable skills and expertise in legislative scholarship and in legal writing and editing.
About This Journal
Studies on the Irish-American Experience in New Jersey and New York arose from the Irish Studies Discussion Series (ISDS), a lecture and question-and-answer series at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey, and sponsored by Pirates of Irish Persuasion & Extraction (PIPE), the University’s Irish cultural society.
The ISDS was instituted in 2010, and the popular series has inspired a book, The Irish-American Experience in New Jersey and Metropolitan New York: Cultural Identity, Hybridity, and Commemoration (ed. Marta Deyrup and Maura Grace Harrington, published by Lexington Books in November 2013). The book project yielded such breadth of articles that the editors recognized the potential for a journal devoted to the same topic, which henceforth will be published yearly.
Articles that relate to the Irish-American experience in New Jersey and New York, historically and in the present, may be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com for consideration for publication, or via the “Submit” link on the journal page. Articles may have creative or scholarly bases. All submissions should follow Chicago format. Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis, and will be subject to peer review.
Submissions from 2013
- Foreword, Maura Grace Harrington
- Notes on the Contributors and Editors, Maura Grace Harrington
- Irish Traditional Dance in the Greater Metropolitan Area: Ceili, Set and Step Dancing, Marta Mestrovic Deyrup
- Traditional Irish Music in New Jersey and New York, Peter L. Ford and Lawrence E. McCullough
- Irish Americans in Law, Brendan P. McCarthy, Domhnall O'Cathain, and Eric Fitzsimmons
- The Celtic Theatre Company: A Stronghold of Irish Culture in New Jersey, Jim Moore and Henry McMillan LaGue
Vocations-A Publication of the Center for Vocation & Servant Leadership (Center for Vocation & Servant Leadership)
Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership
Acting Director Monsignor C. Anthony Ziccardi, S.T.D.
Vice President for Mission and Ministry
The Center for Vocation and Servant Leadership advances Seton Hall University‘s mission to prepare a new generation of leaders for Church and society by challenging the University community to be attentive to God‘s call, responsive to the common good, and mindful of the example of Christ who came to serve and not to be served.