The Omnipedia Review, whose title combines Greek and Latin for “all knowledge,” is a student-refereed review journal for bibliographic research for all disciplines. Housed at Longwood University, it publishes review essays (comparative review of 2-4 scholarly books), review articles (standalone literature reviews) and annotated bibliographies. Bibliographic research reflects the knowledge that is the basis for all inquiry, and The Omnipedia Review provides a scholarly space for this foundational work. The journal accepts submissions September 1 – May 30.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.See the Policies section for submission requirements.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2019)
The Complications and Perseverance of LGBTQ+ Theatre
An Essay Comparing and Contrasting Different Medical Issue on Opposite Ends of the Spectrum of Health Care
Cecilie Elliot and Kaitlyn McCleese
The Effects of Culture on Sleep Paralysis Experiences