BT天堂 Publications

BT天堂听community members regularly engage in producing听both听academic output and creative contributions听for a wide variety of student- and faculty-led publications across the University. Whether听it鈥檚听student听zines, faculty journals or听the听BT天堂 Magazine,听these publications听are a vital method听of showcasing听the full range of voices in our听campus听community.听

Many of these publications distribute听print copies听on听campus, but听you can find听links to digital copies below.

BT天堂 Magazine听

BT天堂monogram_RGB.jpgPublished听by听BT天堂鈥檚听Office of Communications, the听BT天堂 Magazine听covers the latest events, stories and developments from across the university community, including听from听our global alumni network.听.听

Peacock Media

Peacock-Magazine.jpgPeacock Magazine听

Published once a semester, the听Peacock Magazine听is a student-run print publication听representing听the voices of BT天堂 students.听Tackling topics such听as diversity, technology and current events, the magazine provides an outlet for writers and artists to engage with the issues most important to students on campus.听.听

Peacock-Plume.jpgPeacock Plume听

The听Peacock Plume听is the web publication platform of BT天堂 Student Media, responding to current events in Paris and beyond听with student journalism. Tied听into听several courses in听journalism听and听global听communications, the听Peacock Plume听showcases听a wide range of voices in听the BT天堂 community. New articles are uploaded regularly,听.听

Peacock-Play.jpgPeacock Play听

ASM鈥檚听video arm showcases the best student filmmaking from across the University,听combining听video听journalism with听infotainment videos, often听about听life in Paris and the global听explorer鈥檚听experience.听Like its written counterpart,听Peacock Play also ties into certain course requirements.听.听

Scholarly Journals


Roaches听is听a militant zine connecting revolutionary queer, feminist and race theory with creative activist projects. Tied to听BT天堂鈥檚听Gender, Sexuality and Society program,听the magazine showcases both academic and creative writing alongside art and design, providing an inclusive platform for听students to听speak about gender, race and LGBTQ+ issues. As well as producing physical copies,听.听


Hibou听Magazine听is a student-run publication听tied to听the History, Law and Society program. The magazine covers academic inquiry alongside听creative writing and poetry听across听varied topics.听It鈥檚听a听project designed听to hold the University to account and听to听encourage student writers to develop their skills.听.听

Creative Works



Paris/Atlantic听is听BT天堂鈥檚听student-led听publication for the literary and creative arts,听originally founded in 1982.听It showcases听work from students alongside contributions from faculty, staff and friends of the University.听It aims to provide an opportunity听for听aspiring professional writers and artists to share their work with the BT天堂 community. Alongside printed copies distributed on campus,听.听


顿茅辫补测蝉补苍迟蝉听is an arts and culture magazine run by BT天堂 students. It aims to give creatives at BT天堂 a digital platform to share their work in order to develop professional artistic portfolios. Contributions cover听a broad spectrum of听the arts, including photography, fashion, written journalism and video. It听is a representation of听the听creativity听of the BT天堂 community, shaped by Paris,听through the lens of听community diversity.听听


Cahiers.jpgThe Cahiers听Series

The听Cahiers Series听is a set of short books which make available new explorations in writing, in translating and in the areas linking these two activities.听BT天堂鈥檚听Center听for Writers & Translators听publishes听the听Cahiers Series听in association with听Sylph听Editions. You听can听purchase print copies听.听


Music & Literature听

Music & Literature听is an arts magazine co-edited by Professor Daniel听Medin听of听BT天堂鈥檚听Center听for Writers & Translators. The magazine听publishes听works听by听critically acclaimed but听underrepresented artists from around the world.听.听



Now nearly 40 years old, the Tocqueville review today falls under the remit of听BT天堂鈥檚听Center听for Critical Democracy Studies. Tackling transnational questions of politics and society, the journal encourages scholarly contributions on democratic practice and theory.听Find back issues of the Tocqueville Review online here.听

Nature-and-Cultures.jpgNature and Cultures听

Nature and Cultures听is an听. Founded by Professor Oleg Kobtzeff, the journal showcases student and faculty academic contributions alongside republished third-party material. It ties closely into several classes across the University,听most notably听the Waters of the Globe class,听which听hosts听听on the听magazine鈥檚听website.听