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Acta Slavica Iaponica ISSN: 0288-3503
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Selected Full Text: 1983 - 1997 (v1 - v15 )
Advertising & Society Review ISSN: 1534-7311
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Full Text: 2000-08 - present (v1 i1 - )
African Studies ISSN: 0002-0184
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Full Text: 1999-07-01 - 12 months ago
Rooted in a long tradition of scholarship, African Studies has been under new editorship and the direction of a new editorial board since 1994. With the transformations underway in southern African society and universities, African Studies provides a forum for writing in which metropolitan concerns are transformed and recast in the light of indigenously generated ideas and debates. It also encourages dialogue between scholars writing in and about, different countries in the South. The end of the academic boycott has facilitated South Africaís re-entry into the field of international scholarship, which has made for a vibrant exchange of ideas between local academics and those from abroad or from other parts of Africa. While mirroring the character of local debate, the journal also aims to contribute to a broader and more international dialogue. To this end, it draws not only on the commitment and expertise of its working editorial board, which is based at the University of the Witwatersrand, but also on a wide range of referees both within and beyond southern Africa. First published as Bantu Studies in 1921, the journal included among its early editors and contributors many pioneering scholars in anthropology and linguistics: Schapera, Gluckman, Marwick, Mayer, Vilakazi, Rheinallt Jones, Doke, Cole, and Hammond-Tooke. Building on this legacy, the journal now casts its net more broadly and includes history, sociology, politics, geography, and literary and cultural studies.
American Review of Canadian Studies ISSN: 0272-2011
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Full Text: 2000-03-01 - 12 months ago
American Review of Canadian Studies (ARCS) is a refereed, multidisciplinary, quarterly journal. Published since 1971 by the Association for Canadian Studies in the United States (ACSUS), American Review of Canadian Studies examines Canada and the Canadian point of view from an American perspective. Its articles - both interdisciplinary and disciplinary -explore Canada's arts, cultures, economics, politics, history, and society, recognizing Canada's distinctive position in the world. Most issues also contain reviews of recently published books across that same broad spectrum of topics - reviews that acquaint readers with current scholarship in the field.
Angelaki: Journal of the Theoretical Humanities ISSN: 0969-725X
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Full Text: 1998-04-01 - 12 months ago
Angelaki: journal of the theoretical humanities was established in September 1993 to provide an international forum for vanguard work in the theoretical humanities. In itself a contentious category, ’theoretical humanities’ represents the productive nexus of work in the disciplinary fields of literary criticism and theory, philosophy, and cultural studies. The journal is dedicated to the refreshing of intellectual coordinates, and to the challenging and vivifying process of re-thinking. Angelaki: journal of the theoretical humanities encourages a critical engagement with theory in terms of disciplinary development and intellectual and political usefulness, the inquiry into and articulation of culture, and the complex determination of change and its relation to history. The journal is committed to fostering the theory of minor movements, recognising their significant impact on and dynamic relation to the development of cultures, political spaces and academic disciplines, and emphasising their formative power rather than their oppositional entrenchment. The journal promotes inquiry into questions of existential and political definition and agency, on the personal, collective and institutional levels, and encourages the work of spirited and experimental theoretical writing in all areas of value production.
Ankara Papers ISSN: 1474-7782
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Full Text: 2003-03-01 - 2005-06-01
Discontinued in 2005. Ankara Papers is a new series of bi-monthly papers, published by Frank Cass for the Center for Eurasian Strategic Studies. Bringing together well-known academics and expert specialists, Ankara Papers will become one of the leading resources on contemporary world affairs and strategic studies.
Arabic & Middle Eastern Literatures ISSN: 1366-6169
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Full Text: 1998-01-01 - 2001-07-01
Discontinued in 2001. Continued by Middle Eastern Literatures (1475-262X). Arabic and Middle Eastern Literatures, was launched in 1998 by former editorial board members of Journal of Arabic Literature. After considering the current state of research in the field, the Editors have decided a new forum for publication and discussion is required. Arabic and Middle Eastern Literatures vigorously promotes the academic study of all Middle Eastern literatures. Work on literature composed in, for example, Persian, Turkish, post-Biblical and Modern Hebrew, Berber, Kurdish or Urdu language is welcomed. Regional literatures of the area, such as the Arabic, French and Berber literature from North Africa, will also fall within the scope of the new journal. Arabic and Middle Eastern Literatures addresses questions of study and interpretation of the literatures of the pre-Modern and Modern Middle East. It encourages contributions devoted to either one or several of the regional literatures and studies of a cross- or multi-linguistic nature will be of particular interest. From time to time, the journal will publish Special Issues focusing on a particular aspect of the literatures of the Middle East. It will also provide regular bibliographies of books and articles and will maintain a comprehensive book review section. The Editors of Arabic and Middle Eastern Literatures wish to promote interest in these literatures by encouraging the publication of translations. Arabic and Middle Eastern Literatures is endorsed by the Union Européenne des Arabisants et Islamisants (UEAI) and Classical Arabic Poetry Symposiasts (CAPS).
Arethusa ISSN: 0004-0975
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Full Text: 1996-01 - present (v29 i1 - )
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Full Text: 1996-01 - present (v29 i1 - )
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Full Text: 1996-01 - present (v29 i1 - )
Now entering its thirty-first year, this distinguished journal is known for publishing original literary and cultural studies of the ancient world and of the field of classics that combine contemporary theoretical perspectives with more traditional approaches to literary and material evidence. Interdisciplinary in nature from the beginning, Arethusa often features special thematic issues, such as "The New Simonides" (Volume 29, Number 2), which was recognized by the Association of American Publishers Professional/Scholarly Publishing Division as one of the best single journal issues published in 1996.
Asian Affairs: An American Review ISSN: 0092-7678
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Full Text: 1990-03-01 - 12 months ago
Asian Affairs: An American Review addresses issues that significantly affect political, economic, and security policies in both domestic and international contexts. The audience includes scholars, policymakers, government officials, business executives, and others engaged in contemporary studies of Asian countries, intra-Asian relations, and America’s ties with the Asian region.
Asian Studies Review ISSN: 1035-7823
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Full Text: 1998-03-01 - 12 months ago
Asian Studies Review adopts a contemporary approach to area studies and welcomes new research in related disciplines. Areas covered include recent academic explorations in cultural studies film popular culture health sciences and the environment as well as current research in the disciplines of economics politics sociology history language literature philosophy and religion. The journal also includes review articles and book reviews. Readership All researchers and students of Asian Studies will find the journal indispensable reading. Students of economics politics history and cultural studies will also find the journal an invaluable resource for Asia-focussed perspectives. Interested readers outside universities such as policy-makers teachers and business leaders should benefit from the journal's analyses of Asian affairs.
Australian Aboriginal Studies ISSN: 0729-4352
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Full Text: 2006-07-01 - present
Australian Aboriginal Studies (AAS) is an inter-disciplinary journal promoting high-quality research in Australian Indigenous studies with a focus on the humanities and social sciences. It is published for a wide audience and visual content is encouraged. Each issue contains several scholarly articles, accompanied by research reports, book reviews and news and information.
Balkanologie : Revue d'Ètudes Pluridisciplinaires ISSN: 1279-7952
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Full Text: 1997 - present
Fondée en 1997 par Patrick Michels et Yves Tomić, la revue Balkanologie est éditée par l’Association française d’études sur les Balkans. Il s’agit d’une revue d’études en sciences humaines et sociales sur les Balkans couvrant la période du Moyen Âge à nos jours. Son orientation est pluridisciplinaire et son objectif est de contribuer à une meilleure compréhension du monde balkanique contemporain. Founded in 1997 by Patrick Michels and Yves Tomić, the Balkanologie journal is edited by the Association française d’études sur les Balkans. It is a journal devoted to the Balkans, covering the period from the Middle Ages to today. The journal is pluridisciplinary and aims to contribute to a better comprehension of the contemporary Balkan world.
BC Studies ISSN: 0005-2949
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Full Text: 2000-05-01 - present
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Full Text: 1968 - 2011 (v1 - v171 )
Established in 1969, BC Studies is dedicated to the exploration of British Columbia's cultural, economic, and political life; past and present. Each issue offers articles on a wide range of topics, in-depth reviews of current books, and a bibliography of recent publications. With a solid national and international reputation for its authoritative and informative content, BC Studies is read by academics and general readers alike.
Black History Bulletin ISSN: 1938-6656
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Full Text: 2002-01-01 - 2011-01-01
Established in 1937 at the urging of Mary McLeod Bethune, the Black History Bulletin serves the needs of primary and secondary educators. A semi-annual, peer-reviewed publication, the Bulletin is written to provide those who instruct our youth with innovative materials, which teach Black history and conform to national history standards.
Bulletin of Spanish Studies ISSN: 1475-3820
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Full Text: 2002-01-01 - 12 months ago
Founded in 1923 by the influential British Hispanist E. Allison Peers, the Bulletin of Spanish Studies is a learned review dedicated to research into the languages, literatures, histories and civilizations of Spain, Portugal and Latin America. Also known (1949-2001) as the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, the Bulletin of Spanish Studies soon established an international reputation, and is now recognised world wide as one of the front-ranking journals in the field of Hispanic scholarship. The Bulletin's editors have included E. Allison Peers, founder-editor, Albert Sloman, Geoffrey Ribbans, Dorothy S. Severin and Ann L. Mackenzie. An international committee of Hispanists, set up in 1949, has functioned continuously since that date to advise the Editors of the Bulletin. In 1995 the Bulletin relocated to the University of Glasgow which is its present editorial and publishing base. From Volume LXXIX, 2002, the Bulletin, which last modified its title in 1949, is to revert, without loss of editorial continuity, volume-numbering, or breadth of coverage, to its original title: Bulletin of Spanish Studies. As its subtitle confirms, the Bulletin will continue to publish "Hispanic Studies and Researches on Spain, Portugal and Latin America". The Bulletin was published as a quarterly until 1998, when it expanded to 5 issues annually. To coincide with the Bulletin's reversion to its original title there will be a further increase in size and frequency. From 2002 6 issues of the Bulletin will be published each volume-year, plus supplement. This development, which will enable more contributions to be published per year, will ensure prompt availability of articles and book reviews.
Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society ISSN: 0266-2442
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Full Text: 2000-01-01 - 2008-01-01
Strata: The Bulletin of the Anglo-Israel Archaeological Society is an annual peer-reviewed academic journal that seeks to bring the latest studies of the archaeology of Israel-Palestine and its surrounding regions to a wider international audience. It particularly seeks English translations of articles recently published in Hebrew or Arabic by scholars working in the field, so that new excavations can be quickly presented to international scholarship. In addition, we welcome articles on any aspects of research that would lead to a better understanding of the archaeology in this region, an archaeology that is of great interest internationally because of its significance both for understanding the development of three of the world’s great religions and for the important history of Israel-Palestine. We are also very interested in volunteers to review recently published books in any language.
Cahiers de Civilisation Espagnole Contemporaine ISSN: 1957-7761
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Full Text: 2007 - present
Créés en 2006, les Cahiers de civilisation espagnole contemporaine se proposent de construire un réseau de chercheurs de toutes disciplines travaillant sur les sociétés et les cultures de l’Espagne contemporaine. Les Cahiers entendent contribuer à la formulation de problématiques qui puissent mettre en perspective les travaux spécialisés sur les structures, les conjonctures, les mentalités, les représentations, les pratiques sociales et culturelles propres à l’Espagne et aux Espagnols des XIXe et XXe siècles. En dialogue avec les hispanistes d’autres pays comme avec les historiens et sociologues français et espagnols, les CCEC se veulent passeurs entre générations, disciplines, cultures, à partir des manières de penser qui leur sont propres et qui s’enracinent dans une histoire nationale. Created in 2006, the Cahiers de civilisation espagnole contemporaine set out to build a network of researchers in all disciplines working on the society and culture of contemporary Spain. The Cahiers help formulate questions for specialist studies into the structures, conditions, mentalities, representations, and social and cultural practices relating to Spain and the Spanish of the 19th and 20th centuries. Through their dialogue with Hispanicists abroad, and French and Spanish historians and sociologists, the CCEC provides a bridge between generations, disciplines, and cultures, based on their own modes of thinking firmly rooted in national histories.
Callaloo ISSN: 0161-2492
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Full Text: 1995-01 - present (v18 i1 - )
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Full Text: 1995-01 - present (v18 i1 - )
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Full Text: 1995-01 - present (v18 i1 - )
Callaloo, the premier African and African-American literary journal, publishes original works by and critical studies of black writers worldwide. The journal offers a rich mixture of fiction, poetry, plays, critical essays, cultural studies, interviews, and visual art. Frequent annotated bibliographies, special thematic issues, and original art and photography are some of the features of this highly acclaimed international showcase of arts and letters. Recent special issues on Haiti and on Puerto Rican Women Writers have been recognized by both the Council of Editors of Learned Journals and the Association of American Publishers Professional/Scholarly Publishing Division.
Central Asian Survey ISSN: 0263-4937
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Full Text: 1999-03-01 - 12 months ago
Central Asian Survey is the only established journal in the world concerned primarily with the history, politics, cultures, religions and economics of the Central Asian and Caucasian regions. These include those territories and predominantly Muslim Irano-Turkic populations from western China to western Anatolia sharing a common historical, ethnic, cultural and linguistic heritage and in some cases communist experience. Foremost among these are the republics of former Soviet Central Asia, Azerbaijan, Crimea, and the Muslim Ibero-Caucasian and Turkic peoples of the North Caucasus, Middle Volga and Urals whose territories are included in the Russian Federation. Also covered are Chinese Xinjiang, Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey, Armenia and Georgia. The recent unfolding of political, demographic, economic and military events which have precipitated new strategic linkages, raise the spectre of important local and regional change and make Central Asia and the Caucasus an area of significant contemporary interest. The journal includes a section on Mongolia and adjacent regions. There are deep historical connections between Mongolia and Central Asia and Mongolia's experience of analogous economic and political changes are relevant to readers of Central Asian Survey .
Central European History (Brill Academic Publishers) ISSN: 0008-9389
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Full Text: 1975-03-01 - 2000-12-31
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Full Text: 2001-03-01 - 12 months ago
Central European History offers articles, review essays, and book reviews that range widely through the history of Germany, Austria, and other German-speaking regions of Central Europe from the medieval era to the present. All topics and approaches to history are welcome, whether cultural, social, political, diplomatic, intellectual, economic, and military history, as well as historiography and methodology. Contributions that treat new fields, such as post-1945 and post-1989 history, maturing fields such as gender history, and less-represented fields such as medieval history and the history of the Habsburg lands are especially desired. The journal thus aims to be the primary venue for scholarly exchange and debate among scholars of the history of Central Europe. Published for the Central European History Conference Group of the American Historical Association.
Children's Geographies ISSN: 1473-3285
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Full Text: 2003-02-01 - 12 months ago
Children's Geographies is a peer-reviewed journal that provides an international forum to discuss issues that impact upon the geographical worlds of children and young people under the age of 25 and of their families. The journal aims to be accessible to new researchers, including postgraduate students and academics at an early stage of their research careers, and to practitioners with an interest in children, youth and families. Study of the geographies of this kind whilst emphasising the importance of place, space and spatiality, inevitably cuts across inter- and intra-disciplinary boundaries. The journal provides a forum for academics and practitioners with an interest in these multi-faceted geographies, enabling new insights into the diverse and multiple realities of young people's lives. The journal allows a more sustained focus on the disparities of what it is like to be a young person within different societal contexts, but also enables geographers to link more effectively with colleagues in other disciplines who share similar interests (for example, Sociology, Anthropology, Cultural Studies, Economic Development, Education, Psychology, Legal Studies, Social Policy, Political Science, Urban Design and Architecture). Coherence of this sort further ensures that the findings of geographical research are taken seriously in ongoing public policy debates on children, youth and families.
Citizenship Studies ISSN: 1362-1025
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Full Text: 1998-02-01 - 12 months ago
Citizenship Studies publishes internationally recognised scholarly work on contemporary issues in citizenship, human rights and democratic processes. The journal offers an interdisciplinary perspective covering the fields of politics, sociology, history and cultural studies. It seeks to lead an international debate on the academic analysis of citizenship and human rights, and also aims to cross the division between academic and public debate. Citizenship Studies focuses on issues that move beyond conventional notions of citizenship, and treats citizenship as a strategic concept that is central to the analysis of identity and difference, participation and inclusiveness, empowerment and exclusion, human rights and the public interest. Citizenship and human rights are analysed in the context of globalisation, theories of international relations, changes to the state and political communities, multiculturalism, gender, indigenous peoples and national reconciliation, equity, social and public policy, welfare the reorganisation of public management, and labour markets, migration and refugees. Taking citizenship as a fundamental concept of political philosophy, the journal analyses contemporary approaches to citizenship which provide new analytical tools for formulating problems and providing practical understanding and advice in these diverse fields.
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