A journal for the confused or would-be-confused

IntegratedJournalOfBritishIf you are confused by academic journals, or want to be confused by academic journals, do not miss Integrated Journal of British.

This, in its own words, is what the Integrated Journal of British is all about: “The journal addresses the issues for the vertical and horizontal applications in their respective areas.”

[UPDATE October 18, 2016: The journal’s web site seems to have vanished. Indirect traces remain elsewhere, as in this listing in a directory of scholarly journals.]

This song, as sung by mezzo-soprano Sarah Connolly, exemplifies the spirit that perhaps animates readers of the journal:

For a very different use of that same tune, see the concluding act of “The Jargon Opera”, which had its debut as part of the 2002 Ig Nobel Prize ceremony.