Yale Journal of Criticism "The Yale Journal of Criticism publishes works of interest to readers in the humanities, irrespective of field or period, including scholarly articles, original art, review essays, polemical interventions, and conference and symposium papers". Coverage from 1996 - 2005.
The official journal of Modernist Studies Association (MSA), this journal focuses from approximately 1860 to the mid-twentieth century, taking an "interdisciplinary approach linking music, architecture, the visual arts, literature, and social and intellectual history".
Italian electronic journal that focuses on historiography from the fifteenth century to the present; it pays particular attention to the relationship of technology to historiography. Available in Italian and English with access to archives.
Formerly the Bryn Mawr Medieval Review, this e-journal loads quickly, offers archives access, and offers its reviews via e-mail subscription. Eugene Vance of the University of Washington is on its advisory board.
Weekly international journal edited by Arthur and Marilouise Kroker. Contains relatively short articles by writers such as Kathy Acker and Alan Shapiro. Provides back issue access. Also available by e-mail.
Peer-refereed quarterly publishing scholarly articles in comparative cultural studies, "a contextual approach in the study of culture in all of its products and processes."
Major E-Journal Collections
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Back issues of more than 100 major history journals including American Historical Review and the Journal of Military History. Select Advanced Search beneath the main search bar. Scroll down and under Journal Filter, select the subject areas you wish to search.
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