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American Imago ISSN: 0065-860X
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Full Text: 1995-04 - present (v52 i1 - )
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Full Text: 1995-04 - present (v52 i1 - )
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Full Text: 1995-04 - present (v52 i1 - )
Founded in 1939 by Sigmund Freud and Hanns Sachs, American Imago explores the important role that psychoanalysis plays in contemporary cultural, literary, and social theory. It offers varying scholarly perspectives on the reciprocal relationship between psychoanalysis and culture and investigates the important connections between psychoanalysis and anthropology, philosophy, politics, history, art history, musicology, literary theory, and education.
Archivo Español de Arte ISSN: 0004-0428
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Full Text: 2001 - present
Archivo Español de Arte, a specialized quarterly journal publishing only original articles, was founded in 1925 by the “Council for the Furtherance of Scientific Studies and Research” (Junta para la Ampliación de Estudios e Investigaciones Científicas). Archivo Español de Arte is dedicated to research in all areas of the history of Spanish Art and foreign art in relation to Spain, from the Middle Ages to the present. This publication is oriented preferably to the research and university community, both national and international, as well as to all professionals in the art field.
Art History ISSN: 0141-6790
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Full Text: 1981-03-01 - 12 months ago
The journal Art History provides an international forum for original research relating to all aspects of the historical and theoretical study of painting sculpture architecture design and other areas of visual culture. The journal is committed to the publication of innovative work which extends understanding of the visual within a well-developed interdisciplinary framework and raises significant issues of interest to those working both within the history of art and in related fields. Visit the website for the Association of Art Historians.
Assemblage ISSN: 0889-3012
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Full Text: 1997-04-01 - 2000-04-01
Assemblage is an advanced journal of architectural theory and criticism brought to bear on contemporary practice. Provocative, polemical, and exploratory, Assemblage examines the interrelationships between culture and design, between theory and material reality. Each extensively illustrated issue presents essays, projects, and debates by leading and emerging scholars, theorists, and practitioners. Work is drawn from a wide range of fields: architectural and art history and theory, cultural criticism, literary theory, philosophy, and politics.
Eighteenth-Century Life ISSN: 0098-2601
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Full Text: 1997-02-01 - 12 months ago
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Full Text: 1996-02 - present (v20 i1 - )
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Full Text: 1996-02 - present (v20 i1 - )
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Full Text: 1996-02 - present (v20 i1 - )
Eighteenth-Century Life addresses all aspects of European and world culture during the years 1660-1832. It includes both articles and substantial review essays. Many issues are illustrated, and some feature book-length collections on special themes, from the art of close reading in eighteenth-century English literature to the stories that arose from European exploration of the South Pacific. "The South Pacific in the Eighteenth Century" (Volume 18, #3) was awarded Best Special Issue by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals.
European Journal of American Culture ISSN: 1466-0407
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Full Text: 2001-01-01 - present
In addition to the staple fare of the journal (scholarly articles and book reviews) we want to broaden the focus of the journal to include wide-ranging reviews of American cinema, music, art and other cultural forms. We also want to include spaces for comment and reply so that developments in American culture can be highlighted and discussed as they are happening rather than retrospectively. Unsurprisingly our aim is academic excellence (and all our articles are refereed), but what we also seek is relevance and readership. We want articles that are credible in terms of the research assessment exercise but we also want to build a journal that undergraduates, postgraduates and academics from a range of disciplines find truly useful and interesting.
European Journal of Turkish Studies ISSN: 1773-0546
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Full Text: 2004 - present
European journal of Turkish studies a pour vocation d’être un instrument pour les chercheurs en sciences sociales travaillant sur la Turquie contemporaine. La revue est organisée autour d’un dossier thématique, formule qui permet de donner une cohérence intellectuelle aux numéros et de rendre compte des nouveaux enjeux de la recherche. Dans un souci d’ouverture internationale, les articles sont rédigés dans l’une des quatre langues de travail : allemand, anglais, français ou turc. Des résumés en anglais les accompagnent. The European Journal of Turkish Studies aims to provide social scientists specialising in contemporary Turkey with a tool for research. Each issue is organised around one particular theme, an approach that brings intellectual coherence and a possibility to focus on the latest issues in research. The articles are written in one of four working languages: German, English, French or Turkish.
Home Cultures ISSN: 1740-6315
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Full Text: 2004-03-01 - 2010-11-01
Home Cultures is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the critical understanding of the domestic sphere, its artifacts, spaces and relations, across timeframes and cultures. 'Home' is a highly fluid and contested site of human existence that reflects and reifies identidies and values. In this context Home Cultures explores the relationship between body and building, consumption, material culture, the meaning of home, moving cultures and social consequences of planning and architecture.
Invisible Culture : An Electronic Journal for Visual Culture ISSN: 1097-3710
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Full Text: 1998 - present
The purpose of In[ ]Visible Culture is to provide a forum for critical approaches to the production and analysis of cultural objects. The journal features essays and art projects that address contemporary issues within visual studies. In an effort to encourage lively discussions and debates, the publication entertains the wide spectrum of methodological and disciplinary approaches (including postcolonial, feminist, marxist, psychoanalytic, and queer theories) being applied to the study of visual culture. As the journal's title suggests, the discourse of the visible continually negotiates the limits of what can be visually perceived. In order to further these discussions, the journal also features work that addresses the problematics raised by, among other things, the notion of ocularcentrism, claims for a "pictorial turn" in discourse, and the opposition of word and image.
Italian Studies ISSN: 0075-1634
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Full Text: 1937 - 2010 (v1 i1 - v65 i1 )
Italian Studies was founded in 1937 as the journal of the Society for Italian Studies (SIS), the principal professional association of teachers of Italian and Italian studies in Higher Education in the UK and Ireland, whose aim is 'to advance public education by furthering the study of Italy, Italian language, literature, thought, history, society, and arts in the United Kingdom and Ireland' (www.sis.ac.uk). Members of the Society of Italian Studies are entitled to receive the journal at a discounted price (see Subscriptions link below), as well as to exclusive discounts on book in the Italian Perspectives and SIS Occasional Papers series. Italian Studies has a national and international reputation for academic and scholarly excellence, publishing original articles (in Italian or English) on a wide range of Italian cultural concerns from the Middle Ages to the contemporary era. The journal warmly welcomes submissions covering a range of disciplines and inter-disciplinary subjects from scholarly and critical work on Italy's literary culture and linguistics to Italian history and politics, film and art history, and gender and cultural studies. It publishes two issues per year, normally including one special themed issue and occasional interviews with leading scholars.The reviews section in the journal includes articles and short reviews on a broad spectrum of recent works of scholarship. Both established scholars and young researchers regularly publish in the journal and recent issues have included work by contributors from the UK, Ireland, Italy, North America, and Australia.
Italianist ISSN: 0261-4340
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Full Text: 2003-06-01 - 12 months ago
The Italianist, which first appeared in 1981, has become established as one of the leading international journals of Italian Studies. From the start, it has distinguished itself from other scholarly periodicals by the broad scope of its interests, opening its pages to articles dealing with all aspects of Italian art, culture, and life from the Middle Ages to the present. Thus it has successfully brought together medieval philology and modern critical theory, history and gender studies, dialectology and cultural studies, history of art and the history of cinema, linguistics and economics. Although The Italianist primarily embraces original research, it also aims to provide space for other kinds of publication. The section "Writers' Desktop" includes interviews with artists, writers, and intellectuals, as well as annual surveys of recent writing and unpublished material. "Information Desk" is dedicated to short notes, review articles and assessments of recent noteworthy events; while "Presentations" features critical surveys of important scholarly questions. Both as a result of the range of subjects treated in each issue and of the variety of ways in which these are addressed, The Italianist intends not only to convey a sense of the complexity of Italy and of the wealth of academic attention focused on the country, but also to offer readers from different disciplines and with differing interests a forum where they can come together to express and discuss their common fascination with Italy. The Italianist publishes articles in English and in Italian on all areas of Italian Studies. It is the official journal of the Department of Italian Studies, University of Reading and of the Department of Italian, University of Cambridge. It is edited by members of both departments, who are supported by an Editorial Board, comprising of Reading and Cambridge colleagues, and by an International Advisory Board.
Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism ISSN: 0021-8529
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Full Text: 1974-09-01 - 12 months ago
Established in 1942 by the American Society for Aesthetics The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism publishes current research articles symposia special issues and timely book reviews in aesthetics and the arts. The term "aesthetics " in this connection is understood to include all studies of the arts and related types of experience from a philosophic scientific or other theoretical standpoint. The "arts" are taken to include not only the traditional forms such as music literature landscape architecture dance painting architecture sculpture and other visual arts but also more recent additions such as photography film earthworks performance and conceptual art the crafts and decorative arts contemporary digital innovations and other cultural practices including work and activities in the field of popular culture. The Journal takes a theoretical and interdisciplinary approach to the arts and aesthetic matters. Its authors include artists writers and academics in the fields of philosophy English literature comparative literature art music theater and drama art history psychology law and related disciplines. The Journal and the American Society for Aesthetics also sponsor the biannual John Fisher Memorial Prize in Aesthetics in honor of John Fisher Editor of the Journal from 1973-1988. The Prize is offered to foster the development of new voices and talent in the field of aesthetics.
Journal of African Cultural Studies ISSN: 1369-6815
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Full Text: 1998-06-01 - 12 months ago
Journal of African Cultural Studies has evolved out of African Languages and Cultures which was founded in the Department of the Languages and Cultures of Africa at SOAS, University of London, UK. Previously concerned with the broad fields of African linguistic and cultural studies, the relaunched journal will have a wider scope. As from January 1998, Journal of African Cultural Studies will focus on dimensions of African culture including literature (particularly African language literatures), performance, art, music, the role of the media, the relationship between culture and power, etc. as well as issues within fields such as popular culture in Africa, sociolinguistic topics of cultural interest, and culture and gender. It will no longer carry articles which deal with the technical linguistic descriptions of African languages.
Journal of American studies of Turkey ISSN: 1300-6606
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Full Text: 1995 - present (v1 - )
A publication of the American Studies Association of Turkey, the Journal of American Studies of Turkey is based on an objective referee system. It publishes work in English by scholars of any nationality on American literature, history, art, music, film, popular culture, institutions, politics, economics, geography and related subjects. Contributors need not be members of the association...The American Studies Association of Turkey was founded in 1988 to promote American Studies in Turkey and where possible to assist Turkish scholars working in the field by providing material and funds. It also aims to further research and publication in Turkish-American comparative studies.
Material Religion ISSN: 1743-2200
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Full Text: 2005-03-01 - 2010-11-01
From Shinto temples to rosary beads, thangka paintings to missionary tracts, mass-produced posters to gravestones, religion is a material process. Charged with culturally-specific sacred meanings, religious objects have been used for purposes of worship, commemoration, art, and even subversion, and have been at the root of some of the world’s most hotly contested struggles. Material Religion seeks to explore how religion happens in material culture – images, devotional and liturgical objects, architecture and sacred space, works of art and mass-produced artifacts. No less important than these material forms are the many different practices that put them to work. Ritual, communication, ceremony, instruction, meditation, propaganda, pilgrimage, display, magic, liturgy and interpretation constitute many of the practices whereby religious material culture constructs the worlds of belief.
Monumenta Nipponica ISSN: 0027-0741
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Full Text: 2005-04 - present (v60 i1 - )
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Full Text: 2005-04 - present (v60 i1 - )
Monumenta Nipponica, an interdisciplinary quarterly journal on Japanese culture and society, was founded in 1938, making it one of the oldest English-language academic journals in the field of Asian studies. Published as an international forum for research on Japan by Sophia University, Tokyo, MN carries both original scholarly contributions on history, literature, art history, religion, thought, and anthropology, and translations of important Japanese literary and historical sources. Early volumes included articles in German and other European languages, but from volume 19 (1964) English has been the sole language of publication. At present each issue contains on average four articles, including reports on research trends and source materials of note, and fifteen reviews of recent books on Japan.
Nuevo mundo - Mundos Nuevos ISSN: 1626-0252
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Full Text: 2001 - present
Nuevo mundo mundos nuevos est une revue électronique quadrilingue (français, espagnol, portugais, anglais). Elle se veut un reflet des recherches réalisées par les historiens et anthropologues du Centre de recherches sur les mondes américains (EHESS) et des débats en cours dans le domaine américaniste. La revue annuelle est évolutive, un numéro est mis en ligne en début d’année et complété lors d’actualisations mensuelles. Différentes rubriques sont proposées : débats,  question du temps présent,  comptes rendus d’ouvrages et de CD roms, fiches de sites, bibliographies, matériaux de séminaires et colloques, « Bibliothèque des auteurs du centre » (BAC) et expositions virtuelles (Optika), extraits de thèses, chroniques cinéma et histoire, et les guides du chercheur américaniste.
Revista Latina de Comunicación Social ISSN: 1138-5820
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Full Text: 1998 - present
It is an online international journal allowing open access to abstract and full-text of published articles. It is a refereed professional journal, founded in 1998, that fosters inquiry into Social Communication for social communication researchers and media professionals to share research findings. It has been a pioneer and an essential reference in Latin American context and currently it is integrated in the Latin American net in communication and culture journals. The journal welcomes original research papers on current topics of special interest and relevance. All manuscripts will be subject to peer review.
Scan : Journal of Media Arts Culture ISSN: 1449-1818
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Full Text: 2004 - present
Scan is a refereed on-line journal devoted to the media arts and culture. Hosted by the Media Department at Macquarie University, Sydney, its domain name is scan.net.au. Its approach is inter-disciplinary, as its subject matter. Scan draws on media studies, cultural studies, media law, information and technology studies, fine arts and philosophy. Scan considers developments in new media, digital art, screen arts, music and audio arts, as well as the culture enveloping these practices and technologies. Scan is concerned with both the aesthetics and the political economy of media arts, as practised in both new and traditional media forms.
Small Axe ISSN: 0799-0537
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Full Text: 2001-03 - present (v5 i1 - )
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Full Text: 2001-03 - present (v5 i1 - )
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Full Text: 1998-09-01 - 2010-07-01
Small Axe focuses on the renewal of the practices of intellectual criticism in the Caribbean and on the expansion/revision of the horizons of such criticism. It recognizes a tradition of social, political, and cultural criticism in and about the regional/diasporic Caribbean and honors that tradition. It also argues with it because it is through such argument that a tradition renews itself. Small Axe provides a forum for rethinking many of the conceptions that guided the formation of Caribbean modernities - conceptions of class, gender, nation, culture, and race, for example - and provides an informed and sustained debate about the present, its political and cultural contours, its historical conditions and global content, and the critical languages in which change can be thought and alternatives re-imagined. The journal regularly includes fiction, nonfiction, poetry, interviews, visual art, and reviews, and is published twice a year.
TDR: The Drama Review ISSN: 1054-2043
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Full Text: 1999-10 - present (v43 i3 - )
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Full Text: 1999-10 - present (v43 i3 - )
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Full Text: 1999-10 - present (v43 i3 - )
TDR – the journal of performance studies--is a forum for writing all kinds of performances in their aesthetic, historical, social, economic, political, and theoretical contexts. TDR covers performance in everyday life, rituals, media, dance, theatre, performance art, popular entertainments, and sports--emphasizing the experimental, the anthropological, the intercultural, and the inter-disciplinary. Long known as the basic resource for keeping up with contemporary performing arts and performance theory, TDR's editors and authors vibrantly present and debate work from every medium, setting, and culture.

              


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