Welcome to the Sheffield Hallam Journals site. Here you will find our open access peer-reviewed journals. For details of how to submit an article, please see the individual journal sites. All articles are free to submit, publish, and read. Authors retain the copyright in their articles and can add them to institutional and other repositories. For further licensing details see the individual journal information.


  • Journal of Marlowe Studies

    Journal of Marlowe Studies is an open access journal which will publish peer-reviewed essays on Christopher Marlowe with the support of both the Marlowe Society (which is based in the UK) and the Marlowe Society of America. 

    There will be no discussion of the so-called authorship question and we will not print ad hominem attacks.

  • UFHRD Conference Proceedings

    This journal contains submissions to the UFHRD conference. The initial submissions were peer reviewed prior to acceptance at the conference. Authors were then invited to put their abstract and paper and/or presentation forward for inclusion.

    The papers are issued with a CC-BY licence.

  • People, Place and Policy

    An independent forum for academic debate on the challenges faced by contemporary society

  • FinTech and AI in Finance (FinTAF)

    Call for Papers: 2024 Annual Fintech and AI in Finance Conference

    FinTech and AI in Finance (FinTAF) 2024 conference will be hosted virtually by the Sheffield Business School at Sheffield Hallam University and University Academy 92 Business School. For more information about the Sheffield Business School please visit: https://www.shu.ac.uk/sheffield-business-school. And for information on University Academy 92 Business School visit: https://ua92.ac.uk/discover-ua92/our-campuses/ua92-business-school/

    The aim of FinTAF is to explore current developments within the FinTech industry, assess the key issues faced and delve deeper into a sustainable transformation of the financial world. We wish to explore the role played by artificial intelligence within FinTech development and its effect on key stakeholders i.e. investors decisions, financial services and global markets. We are also keen to explore empirically and theoretically the legal and regulatory implications of the FinTech industry and how it interfaces with the banking industry, asset servicing, capital markets and investment management (e.g. wealth management etc.).

    We invite researchers, scholars, and practitioners to submit their cutting-edge work for presentation at the 2024 Annual Fintech and AI in Finance Conference. This virtual event provides a platform for the exchange of innovative ideas and insights shaping the future of financial technology.

    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    • AI-driven financial models
    • Blockchain applications in finance
    • Robo-advisors and algorithmic trading
    • Cybersecurity in fintech
    • Regulatory challenges and compliance in AI-powered finance
    • Data analytics for risk management
    • Ethical considerations in financial AI
    • FinTech, AI and Financial Inclusion

    Keynote Speaker: This year we will have the pleasure to Welcome Professor Abderrahim Taamouti.

    Abderrahim Taamouti is a Professor of Econometrics at the University of Liverpool.

    He is equally the Director of LAMBDA (Liverpool Advanced Methods for Big Data Analytics) Research centre, Liverpool Management School

    For more details About our Key note speaker please visit: https://sites.google.com/view/ataamouti


    Submission Categories:

    Discussion Papers: Present your novel concepts, ideas, or preliminary research findings for engaging discussions.

    Full Papers: Share comprehensive research, empirical studies, or case analyses that contribute significantly to the fintech and AI in finance domain.

    Submission Guidelines:

    Discussion papers must be submitted by 31 July 2024.

    Full papers must be submitted by 31st August 2024.

    Submissions undergo a rigorous peer-review process.

    Accepted papers will have the opportunity for publication in our conference proceedings and journal. All articles published in FinTAF will be open access, using the Creative Commons Attribution licence. This will enable as wide a distribution as possible of the work, whilst allowing authors to retain copyright and so enable them to use their work as they wish.

    Join us in shaping the future of finance through the convergence of Fintech and AI. We look forward to your contributions!

    To register for the conference please use the link:

    Register | FinTech and AI in Finance (FinTAF) (shu.ac.uk)


    To submit a paper for the conference please use the link:


    Submissions | FinTech and AI in Finance (FinTAF) (shu.ac.uk)


    To Know more about the FinTAFJournal

    About the Journal | FinTech and AI in Finance (FinTAF) (shu.ac.uk)



    Conference Date: 14th October 2024

    This will be a virtual conference and registration details will be shared via the website nearer the time.


    Organized by

    Dr Adil El-Fakir

    FinTAF Editor in Chief

    Sheffield Hallam University



    Dr Firoz Haroon Bhaiyat

    FinTAF, Co-Editor

    University Academy 92


    Dr Theo NwanKwo

    Associate Editor


    Dr Ade  Oyebowale

    Associate Editor

    Senior Lecturer of Finance , Sheffield Hallam University



    #FintechAIConference2024 #FinanceInnovation #CallforPapers




  • The Journal of Technology Enhanced Learning, Innovation & Change


    The TELIC e-journal was an online peer-reviewed journal published by the Sheffield Institute of Education, Sheffield Hallam University, for professionals in education who are working in, or who are interested in, the field of educational technology and technology enhanced learning.

  • Early Modern Literary Studies

    Early Modern Literary Studies (ISSN 1201-2459) is a refereed journal serving as a formal arena for scholarly discussion and as an academic resource for researchers in the area. Articles in EMLS examine English literature, literary culture, and language during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; responses to published papers are also published as part of a Readers' Forum. Reviews evaluate recent work as well as academic tools of interest to scholars in the field. EMLS is committed to gathering and to maintaining links to the most useful and comprehensive internet resources for Renaissance scholars, including archives, electronic texts, discussion groups, and beyond.

    EMLS is published by agreement with, and with the support of, the Humanities Research Centre, Sheffield Hallam University.

    PLEASE NOTE: We are currently experiencing some issues with our system's registration facility. If you would like to make a submission and do not have a user profile with us, please contact Daniel Cadman on d.cadman@shu.ac.uk.


    For EMLS content from 2012 to 2022 (Issues 16.3-22.1 and Special Issues 21-28), see https://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls/journal/index.php/emls/index


    For EMLS content from 1994 to 2012 see http://extra.shu.ac.uk/emls

  • Student Engagement and Experience Journal


    The Student Engagement & Experience Journal (SEEJ) was an online peer-reviewed journal published by Sheffield Hallam University. The journal aimed to reflect innovation in academic practice and support.