Lobstick: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Creative Thought, Social Commentary, Scholarly Research, and Debate
Lobstick is intended as an accessible "journal" appealing to a wide spectrum of audiences and authors. As such, Lobstick is interdisciplinary, politically diverse, inclusive, alternative, interesting and interested, and rigorous.
Lobstick is dedicated to the advancement of knowledge through research, debate, and the exchange of opinion. We are particularly interested in papers, (opinion and research based) and literary works of a contemporary nature which are designed to stimulate thought and informed controversy. Open to the scholarly community as well as persons outside the walls of formal academic institutions, the journal aims at a broad audience across disciplines and communities.
Lobstick is not intended as a mainstream journal. Rather, papers and works expressing alternative views or with a focus which is cross-disciplinary, cross-cultural, and/or uniquely situated in terms of one or more of geography, ethnicity, class, gender, sexual orientation, and/or political perspective are actively sought. We welcome criticism, non-academic works and opinions, student submissions, artistic works, controversy and commentary.
The Heritage Community Foundation is proud to Have Lobstick as a content provider and project partner for the Treaty 8 Virtual Exhibit. Their presence is most notable in our articles section, where we have featured several papers that were published in their Special Premier Issue entitled: Treaty 8 Revisited: Selected Papers on the 1999 Centennial Conference. For more information on Lobstick Journal as well as for details on how to order the Treaty 8 and other issues, visit the Lobstick website.