AUP Publications

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

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

AUP Magazine 

AUPmonogram_RGB.jpgPublished by AUP’s Office of Communications, the AUP Magazine covers the latest events, stories and developments from across the university community, including from our global alumni network. Find the full archive of past issues online here



Peacock Media

Peacock-Magazine.jpgPeacock Magazine 

Published once a semester, the Peacock Magazine is a student-run print publication representing the voices of AUP students. Tackling topics such 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. The full archive is available online

Peacock-Plume.jpgPeacock Plume 

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

Peacock-Play.jpgPeacock Play 

ASM’s video arm showcases the best student filmmaking from across the University, combining video journalism with infotainment videos, often about life in Paris and the global explorer’s experience. Like its written counterpart, Peacock Play also ties into certain course requirements. Check out the latest content on the Peacock Play YouTube channel


Scholarly Journals


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

Hibou.jpgHibou Magazine 

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


Creative Works



Paris/Atlantic is AUP’s student-led publication for the literary and creative arts, originally founded in 1982. It showcases work from students alongside contributions from faculty, staff and friends of the University. It aims to provide an opportunity for aspiring professional writers and artists to share their work with the AUP community. Alongside printed copies distributed on campus, the journal is also published digitally


Dépaysants is an arts and culture magazine run by AUP students. It aims to give creatives at AUP a digital platform to share their work in order to develop professional artistic portfolios. Contributions cover a broad spectrum of the arts, including photography, fashion, written journalism and video. It is a representation of the creativity of the AUP community, shaped by Paris, through the lens of community diversity. Visit the website to find out more. 


Faculty-Led Publications 

Cahiers.jpgThe Cahiers Series 

The Cahiers Series is a set of short books which make available new explorations in writing, in translating and in the areas linking these two activities. AUP’s Center for Writers & Translators publishes the Cahiers Series in association with Sylph Editions. You can purchase print copies on their website



Music & Literature 

Music & Literature is an arts magazine co-edited by Professor Daniel Medin of AUP’s Center for Writers & Translators. The magazine publishes works by critically acclaimed but underrepresented artists from around the world. You can find out more on the magazine’s website



The Tocqueville Review 

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


Nature-and-Cultures.jpgNature and Cultures 

Nature and Cultures is an online geographic magazine written by global explorers. 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, most notably the Waters of the Globe class, which hosts student-produced resources on the magazine’s website.