Arizona Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies

The Arizona Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies is a student-led journal that publishes original undergraduate research from all fields of study, but with a special emphasis on interdisciplinary works that intersect with the humanities, arts, and sciences. In keeping with the University of Arizona’s mission as a public research university, this journal serves as a forum for innovative and diverse research and scholarship. 

First started in 2012, the Arizona Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies was recently revived in 2021, after not publishing since 2017. Our next issue will be published in May of 2022. Submissions for this newest edition will be accepted until December 5th, 2021. For more information, please go to the 2021/2022 Guidelines Page. 

The Arizona Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies is published by the University of Arizona Libraries and is generously sponsored by the Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry.

Volume 7 • Spring 2021

Front Matter


Introduction

Javier Duran

2021-05-07 Volume 7 • Spring 2021

Letter from the Editor

Robert Lowell

2021-05-07 Volume 7 • Spring 2021

Articles


Traditional Chinese Medicine and Global Conservation Ecology: Remedies for the Future

Maeve Welter

2021-05-07 Volume 7 • Spring 2021

A “Perfect Dictatorship”: The PRI, Corruption, and Autocracy in Mexico

Mohammad Azeem Khan and Andrea Lara-Garcia

2021-05-07 Volume 7 • Spring 2021

Exploring the Roots of Poor Medication Adherence

Parisa Mosallai

2021-05-07 Volume 7 • Spring 2021

Principal Component Analysis for Clustering Stock Portfolios

Taylor Agarwal, Henk Quelle and Cooper Ryan

2021-05-07 Volume 7 • Spring 2021

The Relationship Between Declensional Attributes and Relative Utterance Speed in the Continental Germanic Languages

Ivan S. Vanek

2021-05-07 Volume 7 • Spring 2021

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Call for Submissions!
Posted by Robert Lowell on 2021-10-17

Submissions deadline is December 5, 2021!

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