Surfing the web (not while writing, of course), I found this interesting journal that I thought I would share.
Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal
Here is what the homepage says:
Welcome to Soundings
A wide-ranging interdisciplinary journal focused primarily on the humanities and social sciences,Soundings is published quarterly by the University of Tennessee and theSociety for Values in Higher Education.
"Seek simplicity and distrust it"
Soundings encourages scholars to challenge the fragmentation of modern intellectual life and to turn the best and most rigorous deliverances of the several academic disciplines towards the sterner discipline of a common good in human affairs. Soundings aims to publish essays that open the disciplines to each other, and it looks for readers who sense in such openings some prospect for a greater coherence and amplitude in public discourse.
However, our century shows that there are worse things than a fragmented life, chief among them the disguised violence of false unity and false coherence. Soundings urges upon its authors and readers a happy regard for Whitehead's advice: "Seek simplicity and distrust it."
Explore the journal, and see if you think of anything interesting to write about. You don't have to submit here, but just considering and thinking about journals can help us generate new ideas.