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Vols. 7-44. Terre Haute, 1973-2011. $ 2400
- Formerly published as BLACK AMERICAN LITERATURE FORUM to 1992 and NEGRO AMERICAN LITERATURE FORUM to 1976.
- AFRICAN AMERICAN REVIEW is a scholarly aggregation of insightful essays on African American literature, theatre, film, the visual arts, and culture; interviews; poetry; fiction; and book reviews.
A psychoanalytical journal for culture, science and the arts.
Vols. 1-68. Baltimore, 1939/40-2011. General index 1/20 (in vol. 20). Partly reprint. $ 4600
- 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. Contributors investigate the role of psychoanalysis in culture, science, and the arts, religion, philosophy, history and education.
Vols. 1-96. Baltimore, 1893-2010. Partly reprint. $ 6100
- Formerly published as AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORICAL QUARTERLY
- AMERICAN JEWISH HISTORY covers every aspect of the American Jewish experience with carefully researched but accessible scholarly articles.
Vols. 1-133. Baltimore, 1878-2011. With General Index 1/75. Partly reprint. $ 8400
- AMERICAN JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICS presents pioneering work in applied and pure mathematics.
Vols. 1-132. Baltimore, 1880-2011. Partly reprint. $ 6900
- AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHILOLOGY presents articles concerned with literary interpretation and history, textual criticism, historical investigation, epigraphy, religion, linguistics, and philosophy.
Vols. 1-63. Baltimore, 1949-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3800
- AMERICAN QUARTERLY serves as a guide to studies in the culture of the United States. It promotes a broad humanistic understanding of American culture, encourages scholars from diverse disciplines to exchange ideas on America, and examines the ways American life relates to world society.
Vols. 1-44. Baltimore, 1968-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 4100
- ARETHUSA publishes literary and cultural studies that combine contemporary and traditional theoretical approaches to the study of the classics.
Vols. 1-42. Calgary, 1970-2011. Mostly Reprint. $ 3200
- ARIEL focuses on the critical and scholarly study of literatures in English around the world. The journal publishes original articles in postcolonial studies exploring colonial power and resistance as well as innovative scholarship on globalization, new forms and sites of exploitation and colonization in an age of transnational capitalism, displacement and diaspora studies, global ecocriticism, cultural and cross-cultural translation, and related areas.
Vols. 1-14. University Park, 1998-2011. $ 820
- BOOK HISTORY reviews the entire history of written communication, exploring the social, cultural, and economic history of authorship, printing, publishing, the book arts, bookselling and distribution, reader response, and literary criticism.
Vols. 1-65. Chicago, 1947/48-2011/12. Mostly reprint. $ 3900
- The BULLETIN of the CENTER FOR CHILDREN's BOOKS is a highly regarded reviewing source. It covers selected titles from the thousands of children's books published each year. In addition to complete bibliographic information, the critical annotations are supplemented by an indication of suitable age and/or grade level and a shorthand code noting a range of quality (Katz).
Vols. 1-85. Baltimore, 1933-2011. Partly reprint. $ 5600
- The BULLETIN OF THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE is the official publication of the American Association for the History of Medicine and the Johns Hopkins Institute of the History of Medicine, Science and Technology. It is a noted periodical in the field of social, political and technical aspects of the history of medicine. The Bulletin is international in scope and articles in each issue present a panoramic view of the social and scientific aspects of the history of medicine. Because of its historical nature, this journal is rich in footnotes and includes reviews of recent books on the history of medicine. It is also a good source of information on worldwide activities within its area of coverage. It should be an excellent source of material for those who are interested in the social, political and historical aspects of medicine (Katz).
Vols. 2-34. Baltimore, 1979-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 3600
- CALLALOO, a journal of African-American and African arts and letters, offers a mixture of fiction, poetry, plays, essays, cultural studies, interviews and visual art.
College English Association
Vols. 33-73. Youngstown, 1970/71-2010/11. Partly bound. $ 1000
- CEA CRITIC publishes scholarly works that, through "close reading" methodology, examine the texts of fiction, poetry, drama, nonfiction, and film studied on the college level.
Annual of the Modern Language Association Division on
Vols. 1-39. Baltimore, 1972-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 2600
- CHILDREN'S LITERATURE is an interdisciplinary journal featuring interpretive essays on various authors, illustrators, genres, periods and issues in children's literature internationally.
Vols. 1-36. Baltimore, 1976-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 2400
- CHILDREN'S LITERATURE ASSOCIATION QUARTERLY contains editorials, articles, and announcements pertaining to scholarship and research in the field.
Vols. 1-105. New York, 1907/08-2011/12. With gen. index 1/16. Partly reprint. $ 4700
- Formerly (vols. 1-50. 1907/08-1956/57) published as CLASSICAL WEEKLY.
- Aimed at high school and college teachers of classics, CLASSICAL WORLD covers all aspects of classical civilization, with primary emphasis on literature and history. In addition to scholarly articles in these areas, Classical World includes several regular features dealing with pedagogical topics and a column that provides information about study programs, conferences, fellowships, and scholarships (Katz).
Vols. 1-7. All publ. Baltimore, 2003-2009. $ 760
Ceased publication after 2009
- COMPARATIVE TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER AND SOCIETY covers all aspects of technology transfer, emphasizing multidisciplinary research and case studies that examine the process of technology transfer or innovation adoption.
A journal of literature, science and technology
Vols. 1-19. Baltimore, 1993-2011. Partly reprint. $ 1500
- As the official journal of the Society for Literature and Science, CONFIGURATIONS focuses on cultural studies of scientific knowledge. Published in cooperation with the Georgia Institute of Technology, "the journal explores the relations of literature and the arts to the sciences and technology" (Katz).
A review of contemporary criticism.
Vols. 1-39. Baltimore, 1971-2009. Partly reprint. $ 3500
- DIACRITICS emphasizes the problems of literary criticism. Unlike most journals, though, its essays take the form of lengthy reviews of individual books or groups of books. A typical issue might contain an opening essay, followed by four lengthy review pieces on many books, and an interview (Katz).
Vols. 1-28. New Brunswick, 1984-2011. Partly Reprint. $ 1300
- Supersedes DICKENS STUDIES NEWSLETTER
- The DICKENS QUARTERLY is a scholarly journal devoted to the study of the life, time and works of Charles Dickens.
Vols. 1-45. Baltimore, 1967/68-2011/12. Partly reprint. $ 3400
- EIGHTEENTH CENTURY STUDIES takes as its domain any aspect of life in the eighteenth century in America, England, and on the continent. Interdisciplinary studies are favored, and the three essays in each issue might include pieces on Pierre Bayle and doubt, language in Robinson Crusoe, or satire in The Beggar's Opera (Katz).
A Journal of English Literary History.
Vols. 1-78. Baltimore, 1934-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4100
- For more than 50 years, ELH (English Literary History) has presented critical interpretations of English and American literature. Editorial advisors include Stanley E. Fish, Geoffrey Hartman, and J. Hillis Miller (Katz/Richards).
Vols. 1-20. Baltimore, 1992-2011. Partly reprint. $ 1600
- Sponsored by the Emily Dickinson International Society, the EMILY DICKINSON JOURNAL publishes scholarly articles on all aspects of the author and her work. It is especially interested in investigating Dickinson's relation to the tradition of American poetry and to women's literature (Katz).
National Women's Studies Association
Vols. 1-23. Bloomington, 1988/89-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 3100
- Formerly published as NWSA JOURNAL - ISSN 1040-0656
- The NWSA is a progressive feminist educational association which seeks to broaden K-12 and higher-education curricula to address feminist issues. FEMINIST FORMATIONS publishes multicultural research articles that support the NWSA's goal of linking feminist theory to teaching and activism within the women's movement. Each issue provides news about the NWSA and announcements about resources of interest to women's studies faculty and proponents (Katz).
Sole agent for Japan: Yushodo Co. Ltd., Tokyo
Vols. 1-32. Baltimore, 1979/80-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2900
- HENRY JAMES REVIEW publishes critical essays and reviews on the work of the American writer Henry James (1843-1916), including interviews with leading writers about their readings of his work.
Vols. 1-4. New Series. Baltimore, 2008-2011. Partly reprint. $ 220
- HOPKINS REVIEW publishes the finest in contemporary letters.
A comparative and international journal of the social sciences, humanities and law
Vols. 1-33. Baltimore, 1979-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 3300
- Formerly published as UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS
- HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY offers "scholars in the fields of law, philosophy, and the sciences an interdisciplinary forum in which to present comparative and international research on public policy within the scope of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights." This publication does not confine itself to a particular point of view and is therefore a valuable resource for discussion of human rights issues. The range of articles is wide, including both domestic and international issues (Katz).
Vols. 1-14. Baltimore, 1998-2011. $ 1400
- JOURNAL OF ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES explores all aspects of the Asian American experience. Includes new theoretical developments, research results, methodological innovations, public policy concerns, pedagogical issues and media and exhibition reviews.
Vols. 1-52. Washington, D.C., 1959/60-2011. $ 2900
- Formerly published as JOURNAL OF COLLEGE STUDENT PERSONNEL
- JOURNAL OF COLLEGE STUDENT DEVELOPMENT (JCSD) is the organ of the American College Personnel Association, a professional organization for those who work as chief student affairs officers, counselors, residence hall staff, and others in student development in higher education. Most of the articles are research reports, and most deal with the nonclassroom aspects of student life, such as racial bias, financial difficulty, sexual harassment, and alcoholism. Articles tend to be research-based, intelligent, and substantial (Katz).
Vols. 1-22. Baltimore, 1990-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 3300
- The JOURNAL OF DEMOCRACY is devoted to highly academic treatises on democracy and democratic institutions and processes, including democratic theory, the history of democracy, elections, human rights, individual country studies, the relationship between economic development and democracy, and democratic movements against authoritarian regimes. A "Documents on Democracy" section in each issue covers dissident movements, the actions of human rights groups, and related activities. There has been increasing coverage of East European and former Soviet nations in their struggles to grapple with democratic forms of government and the political-party process that accompanies democratic reforms (Katz).
Sole agent for Japan: Yushodo Co. Ltd., Tokyo
Vols. 1-19. Baltimore, 1993-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2100
- Supersedes SECOND CENTURY JOURNAL
- While some journals provide more-inclusive coverage of church history, JOURNAL OF EARLY CHRISTIAN STUDIES limits its coverage to studies on the history and theology of the early Christian church to about the year 600. This focus, along with the fact that it is produced by the North American Patristics Society, makes this an important journal for researchers interested in patristic studies. Articles present original scholarly work, are appropriately documented, and begin with an abstract (Katz).
Vols. 1-22. Baltimore, 1990/91-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3600
- JOURNAL OF HEALTH CARE FOR THE POOR AND UNDERSERVED focuses exclusively on issues of health care delivery for poor and medically underserved populations and the health, social and financial costs of poverty, primarily in the United States. This is a scholarly journal, with authors coming primarily from an academic medical-center background. The format is attractive, and tables and charts are well presented. The journal publishes original research, guest editorials, brief communications and reviews. Recent articles discuss access to treatment for depression in Medicaid populations, leading causes of death among African Americans, and health status and access to care among rural minorities (Katz).
Vols. 1-4. Baltimore, 2008-2011. $ 320
- JOURNAL OF LATE ANTIQUITY provides a venue for multi-disciplinary coverage of all the methodological, geographical, and chronological facets of Late Antiquity.
Vols. 1-29. Baltimore, 1983-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2300
- JOURNAL OF MODERN GREEK STUDIES focuses exclusively on the critical analysis of Greek social, cultural and political affairs from the late Byzantine empire to the present.
Vols. 1-4. Baltimore, 2008-2011. Partly reprint. $ 320
- JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF CHILDHOOD AND YOUTH is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal focused on the history of childhood and youth cultures and the experiences of young people across diverse times and places.
Vols. 1-49. Baltimore, 1963-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4200
- JOURNAL OF THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY presents articles, notes and discussions on the history of Western philosophy.
Vols. 1-23. Bloomington, 1989/90-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 2300
- The first journal devoted exclusively to the international field of women's history. The editors of JOURNAL OF WOMEN'S HISTORY welcome articles reflecting various feminist perspectives in the analysis of women's experiences, identity issues, and gender bias in societal structures in cultures around the world and throughout history.
Sole agent for Japan: Yushodo Co. Ltd., Tokyo
Vols. 1-21. Baltimore, 1991-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2800
- The interdisciplinary KENNEDY INSTITUTE OF ETHICS JOURNAL "publishes opinion and analysis dealing with social, ethical and public policy aspects of bioethics and related areas of applied ethics." The journal features authoritative articles on a wide variety of topics. Representative titles are "Patient Choices, Family Interests, and Physician Obligations," "Induced Delivery of Anencephalic Fetuses," and "Women and Health Research." The journal encourages substantial and well-organized bibliographical references (Katz).
A critical quarterly of French literature
Vols. 1-51. Lexington; Baltimore, 1961-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2800
- Each issue of L'ESPRIT CREAT€ contains critical essays organized around a theme or critical topic pertaining to French and Francophone literature, film, criticism, and culture. Each issue has a guest editor. This journal contains a mix of articles written in English and French. Most issues contain book reviews.
Vols. 1-32. Baltimore, 1965/69-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2900
- Formerly published as CH'ING-SHIH WEN-T'I
- LATE IMPERIAL CHINA covers China's Ch'ing (Qing) Empire from its establishment in 1644, when the Manchu people invaded, to its demise in 1912. Scholarly articles about this period cover its history, arts, economics, literature, religions, and philosophy. Some issues include extensive bibliographical essays (Katz).
Vols. 1-13. Malden, 1999-2011. Partly reprint. $ 1100
- LEVIATHAN contains articles, notes, reviews, and creative writing on the life, works, and influence of novelist and poet Herman Melville (1819-1891).
A critical journal of children's literature
Vols. 1-35. Baltimore, 1977-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3200
- The LION AND THE UNICORN is a theme- and genre-centered journal that offers critical analyses of children's literature. The dozen articles range from "Sendak into Opera" to "Thirteen Ways of Thumbing Your Nose at Children's Literature." The articles take a scholarly approach and are contributed by a diverse array of professionals involved with children and children's literature. These include authors, illustrators, editors, librarians, and university faculty (Katz).
Vols. 1-29. Baltimore, 1982-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2100
Nothing was published in 2010.
- LITERATURE AND MEDICINE covers medicine in its personal, cultural and moral contexts, with contributions from physician-writers, literary scholars and medical humanists.
Vols. 1-57. Baltimore, 1955-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2900
- MODERN FICTION STUDIES (MFS) is devoted to criticism of modern and contemporary narrative and theory.
Vols. 1-126. Baltimore, 1886-2011. With general index 1/50. Partly reprint. $ 5600
- Issued by members of the Modern Language Department of the Johns Hopkins University, MODERN LANGUAGE NOTES presents articles and notes on the theory, interpretation, and history of languages and comparative literaturem, in single-language and comparative-literature issues. It has pioneered the introduction of modern continental criticism into American scholarship.
Vols. 1-18. Baltimore, 1994-2011. $ 1900
- MODERNISM / MODERNITY encourages an interdisciplinary approach linking music, architecture, the visual arts, literature, and social and intellectual history, concentrating on the period from 1860 to the present.
A journal of qualitative research
Vol. 1. Baltimore, 2011. $ 100
- While NIB upholds appropriate standards for narrative inquiry and qualitative research, it seeks to publish articles that will appeal to a broad readership of healthcare providers and researchers, bioethicists, sociologists, policy makers, and others. Articles may address the experiences of patients and research participants, as well as health care workers and researchers.
A journal of theory and interpretation
Vols. 1-42. Baltimore, 1969/70-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3600
- NEW LITERARY HISTORY specializes in literary theory and literary history. Most contributions are of a theoretical nature and discuss topics such as the aims of literature, the development of styles or genres, literary change, literary values, and the relationship between society and literature and linguistics and literature. It discusses the ideas of theorists and thinkers such as Wittgenstein, Benjamin, Searle, and many others (Katz).
Journal of literature and the history of ideas
Vols. 1-9. Jerusalem; Baltimore, 2003-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 650
- PARTIAL ANSWERS is devoted to the interdisciplinary study of literature and the history of ideas.
Vols. 30-54. Baltimore, 1986/87-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2000
- A journal with a different slant on the field of biology, PERSPECTIVES IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE presents essays and articles that creatively interpret and reflect on past, present and future issues rather than discussing them from a purely technical point of view. Papers may include new hypotheses, interpretive and philosophic essays, biographical sketches that elucidate biomedical history, articles relating biology and medicine to the outside world, humorous pieces and relevant verse. Although much of the discussion is medically related, this journal might be just what a harried scientist needs to keep work in perspective (Katz).
Vols. 1-35. Baltimore, 1976/77-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2800
- The interdisciplinary journal PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE, sponsored by Whitman College, publishes philosophical interpretations of literature (American, British, and continental), literary investigations of classic works of philosophy, articles on the esthetics of literature, philosophy of language as it pertains to literature, and the literary theory of criticism (Katz).
Vols. 1-18. Baltimore, 1994-2011. $ 1900
- PHILOSOPHY, PSYCHIATRY AND PSYCHOLOGY is sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry, the Royal Institute of Philosophy, and the Royal College of Psychiatrists Philosophy Group. The articles address a broad range of philosophical issues relevant to psychiatry and abnormal psychology, in addition to dealing with topics in clinical theory and methodology that have a bearing on philosophical problems in such areas as metaphysics, epistemology, and ethics. The contributors represent many disciplines, including general medicine, law, neuroscience, social science, anthropology, nursing, and theology (Katz).
Vols. 1-41. Pullman; Malden, 1968-2008. Mostly reprint. $ 2600
- Until 1986 published as POE STUDIES
Until 1971 published as POE NEWSLETTER
- POE STUDIES / DARK ROMANTICISM provides a forum for interpretive, cumulative dialogue about Poe's life and writings; about the cultural and material contexts that conditioned the production and reception of his work; and about his interrelationships with other writers, especially those who work in traditions of dark romanticism.
Vols. 1-11. Baltimore, 2001-2011. $ 1600
- PORTAL covers current topics of interest to academic libraries such as library administration, information technology and information policy.
Vols. 1-5. Baltimore, 2007-2011. Partly reprint. $ 740
- PROGRESS IN COMMUNITY HEALTH PARTNERSHIPS covers the process that involves community members or recipients of interventions in all phases of the research process, including identifying the health issues of concern to the community, developing assessment tools, collecting and interpreting data, determining how that data can be used to improve community health.
Vols. 1-34. Baltimore, 1977/78-2010/11. Partly reprint. $ 3100
- This narrowly focused, well-managed journal publishes articles that deal with broad policy issues of higher education. Little attention is given to particular subject areas or to the philosophy or basic social purposes of education. Most articles present empirical research on statistical analysis. Some articles analyze and debate policy questions. REVIEW OF HIGHER EDUCATION (RHE) seems to be oriented more toward practical policy questions (Katz).
Vols. 1-39. Baltimore, 1973-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2600
- Each quarterly issue of REVIEWS IN AMERICAN HISTORY "presents more than 20 comparative and interpretive essays analyzing recent research published on all specialties of American history, including economics, military history, women in history, law, political philosophy, and religion." References are made to earlier works, and complete bibliographic information is provided. Retrospective essays that examine landmark works by major historians are also regularly featured. This is a convenient, authoritative source for keeping abreast of important scholarship in the field of American history (Katz).
A journal of international affairs
Vols. 1-31. Baltimore, 1981-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2200
- Associated with the Paul H. Nimitz School of Advanced International Studies, SAIS REVIEW examines a wide variety of topics, e.g., post-Soviet Eurasia, transitions in Asia, the environment, and security issues. The contributors, many eminent in their respective fields of knowledge, include academics, think-tank members, Ph.D. candidates, international agency heads, and diplomats (Katz).
A journal of performance, criticism and scholarship
Vols. 5-29. Carollton, 1987-2011. $ 1500
- The SHAKESPEARE BULLETIN attempts to capture information on all Shakespearean performances, both live and on film, throughout the United States. It also contains some performance information from Canada and England. Each issue includes two to four serious articles on Shakespeare, from textual analysis to theater design. There are extensive performance, film, and book reviews (Katz).
Vols. 1-62. Washington, D.C, 1950-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4000
- Supersedes SHAKESPEARE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA. BULLETIN
- Published by the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C. in cooperation with George Washington University, the SHAKESPEARE QUARTERLY contains scholarly research articles on all aspects of Shakespeare's works and life. Articles interpret aspects of particular works, analyze particular characters, or discuss Shakespeare productions. Some of the articles deal specifically with the teaching of Shakespeare. The journal also includes notes, performance reviews, and book reviews. The number of articles per issue varies from two to four, but there are many more in special-topic issues. The fifth number each year contains the important annual "World Shakespeare Bibliography," a partially annotated list of recent world scholarship on Shakespeare, including books, articles, dissertations, reviews of theatrical productions, book reviews, and other materials (Katz).
An international journal of political and social science
Vols. 1-78. New York, 1934-2011. Partly reprint. Partly bound. $ 4100
- SOCIAL RESEARCH is published by the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science of the New School for Social Research, founded in 1933 as a university-in-exile for scholars escaping European totalitarianism. It provides a forum for theoretical discussion on a variety of social science topics. There is a strong political tone to many of the entries. Issues usually focus on a broad subject area topics covered have included taxonomy and deviance, study of garbage and waste, and proceedings of the school's conference on "Food: Nature and Culture" (Katz).
Journal of Christian Spirituality
Vols. 1-11. Baltimore, 2001-2011. $ 890
- SPIRITUS covers a wide range of disciplines within the field of religious studies: history, philosophy, theology and psychology.
Vols. 1-38. Boston; New York, 1973-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2100
- Critical and interpretive essays on American fiction of all periods are published in STUDIES IN AMERICAN FICTION. Issues feature five to seven articles about 20 pages in length. The articles are generally quite readable and contribute to the understanding of particular works of fiction. Occasionally, an issue will be devoted to a special topic (Katz).
Vols. 1-40. Baltimore, 1971-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 2200
- STUDIES IN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY CULTURE disseminates research presented at the ASECS annual meetings, featuring new work in the field of eighteenth-century studies, and reflecting the wide range of disciplinary interests and methodological approaches of the society.
Vols. 1-51. Baltimore, 1961-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3000
- STUDIES IN ENGLISH LITERATURE 1500-1900 publishes historical and critical essays on English literature from 1500 to 1900. Each issue has a focus: articles in the winter issue look at the English Renaissance, articles in the spring issue look at Tudor andStuart Drama, articles in the summer issue are about the Restoration and the eightteenth century, and articles in the autumn issue cover the nineteenth century (Katz).
Vols. 1-43. Denton, 1969-2011. Partly Reprint. $ 2900
- Since its inception in 1969, STUDIES IN THE NOVEL has sought out excellence in criticism of the novel in all periods, from all interpretive approaches. It considers the work of established and emerging novelists worldwide.
Society for the History of Technology
Vols. 1-52. Baltimore, 1959/60-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4200
- TECHNOLOGY AND CULTURE investigates the interaction of technology with its social and cultural environment. Every year one issue consists of a bibliography of current publications in the history of technology, which comprises more than 2,500 citations. A very useful section of this title is the extensive book review section. Occasionally there will also be exhibit reviews from various United States and international museums. Highly recommended for all history of science collections (Katz).
Vols. 1-63. Baltimore, 1949-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3700
- Formerly published as EDUCATIONAL THEATRE JOURNAL
- THEATRE JOURNAL is predominantly an academic journal, but the breadth of its articles and reviews would make it a staple in any public library collection addressing the needs of serious theatergoers/students. Each issue contains approximately six articles, a performance review section, and book reviews. The articles are substantial and refereed. They may cover topics from a social or historical point of view, or they may analyze text. Occasionally, the articles will be organized around a central theme. The performance review section contains analytical reviews of, for the most part, American theater productions. Regional theaters and repertory company productions are well covered (Katz).
Vols. 1-21. Baltimore, 1991-2011. $ 1100
- This relatively new journal is published by the Johns Hopkins University Press "in cooperation with the Association for Theatre in Higher Education." It contains about six articles in the areas of dramaturgy, performance, and theater pedagogy. THEATRE TOPICS is directed more at the theater practitioner than the Johns Hopkins Theatre Journal. As a result, its articles are more practical and less historical and analytic in nature. The style and content are rigorous, however, and articles often contain references to further readings and resources. In all, it is an impressive publication. It would be useful in particular to university and collegiate drama teachers, directors, and students and more generally, to thoughtful theatrical personnel everywhere (Katz).
Vols. 1-44. Toronto, 1968-2011. $ 2400
- Formerly published as VICTORIAN PERIODICALS NEWSLETTER.
- VICTORIAN PERIODICALS REVIEW publishes articles, reviews, and notes dealing with the editorial and publishing history of Victorian newspapers, magazines, and reviews.
Vols. 1-18. All publ. New Haven, 1987/88-2005. Partly reprint. $ 1300
- YALE JOURNAL OF CRITICISM publishes essays of an interpretive or theoretical nature in all fields of the humanities - literature, history, film studies, anthropology, philosophy, theology, music and the visual and performing arts.
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