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There are a number of academic journals that publish articles on Harry Potter, as well as scholarly websites and organizations, focused on specific areas that include Potter.

Websites and Organizations
  • Call for Papers – From the University of Pennsylvania English Department; shares calls for papers for conferences and publications across a variety of humanities disciplines, including children's literature, fan studies and fandom, and popular culture
  • The Centre for Fantasy and the Fantastic – Based at the University of Glasgow's School of Critical Studies; offers a master's degree in Fantasy Literature, runs a blog, and hosts conferences and programming
  • The Chichester Centre for Fairy Tales, Fantasy and Speculative Fiction – Based at the University of Chichester in England; provides a forum for writers and scholars from various disciplines to discuss fairy tales and folk narratives, fantasy, magic realist and Gothic texts, and speculative fiction; runs various projects, events, and a journal
  • The Children's Literature Association – Nonprofit association of scholars, critics, professors, students, librarians, teachers, and institutions dedicated to the academic study of literature for children
  • Harry Potter: A History of Magic – British Library exhibition of historical artifacts and documents connected to the magic and development of Harry Potter available to explore digitally through Google Arts & Culture
  • The International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts (IAFA) – Nonprofit association of scholars, writers, and publishers of science fiction, fantasy, and horror in literature, film, and other arts
  • The Mythopoeic Society – Nonprofit organization dedicated to fantastic and "myth-making" literature, with a focus on the work of J.R.R. Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, and Charles Williams as members of the Oxford Inklings literary circle
  • The Organization for Transformative Works – Nonprofit organization run by and for fans focused on fan works and fan culture; projects include popular fan fiction site Archive of Our Own
  • Oxford Fantasy Literature – Podcasts, lectures, interviews, and other resources produced by the English faculty at the University of Oxford, which has a long history of fantasy literature 
  • The Science Fiction and Fantasy Research Database – From Texas A&M University Libraries; free online resource listing books, chapters, and articles; searchable by specific subjects