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Vols. 1-47. (covering Years 1963-2009). Durham, 1963-2009. Partly reprint. $ 3.000
- AMERICAN LITERARY SCHOLARSHIP covers current critical analysis of American literature. Bibliographic essays are arranged by writers and time periods, from pre-1800 to the present. Among the writers discussed are Poe, Dickinson, Emerson, Whitman, Fitzgerald, and Pound.
A journal of literary history, criticism and bibliography.
Vols. 1-83. Durham, 1929/30-2011. With general index 1-30. Mostly reprint. $ 4.500
- AMERICAN LITERATURE is the leading scholarly journal devoted to American literary history, criticism, and bibliography.
A quarterly journal of linguistic usage.
Vols. 1-86. Durham, 1926-2011. Partly reprint. $ 5.200
- The contributors to AMERICAN SPEECH are from different parts of the world and are interested in languages that influence English or are influenced by it. Such topics as English syntactical structure and different dialects are discussed in the articles (Katz/Richards).
An international journal of literature and culture
Vols. 1-38. Durham, 1972/73-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3.800
- BOUNDARY 2 aims to promote thinking about the demands made on intellectual, political, and cultural life that result from the developments of globalization and the most important changes in the world's dominant historical and political narratives.
A journal of feminism and film theory
Nums. 1-78. Durham, 1976-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2.800
- The best feminist scholarship on film is found in the pages of this academic journal. Issues feature essay-length theoretical and historical articles on the depiction of women in film, key female film professionals, and various women's issues and their relation to cinema. While this title has experienced occasional delays in publication, librarians and researchers will find that CAMERA OBSCURA is worth waiting for. Each issue comes in at well over 200 pages, and the editors often include extensive bibliographies of feminist literature on film (Katz).
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The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle
Vols. 1-37. Durham, 1970-2009. Mostly reprint. $ 2.200
- Twenty-seven volumes of The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle, covering the years 1812 through 1852, have been edited and published through the joint efforts of editors at the University of Edinburgh and at Duke University. The CARLYLE LETTERS' scholarly significance lies in a broad range of disciplines, including biography, linguistics, politics, women's studies, social sciences, literature, and social history.
Vols. 1-17. Oxford; Durham, 1992-2011. Partly reprint. $ 1.400
- The variety and depth of articles that comprise each issue of COMMON KNOWLEDGE are impressive. Contributors come from around the world and are experts in their fields. Many pieces are translated. In addition to the general columns, articles, and symposium, there are "Little Reviews," in which books and an occasional exhibit are reviewed. Some fiction and poetry are also included (Katz).
Vols. 1-31. Durham, 1981-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2.100
- Formerly published as SOUTH ASIA BULLETIN.
- COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF SOUTH ASIA, AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST examines the politics, economics, societies and cultures of southern Asia in depth and encourages cooperative studies of this region and the Middle East and Africa.
Vols. 1-7. Oxford, 2005-2011. Partly reprint. $ 1.400
- CULTURAL POLITICS explores the global character and effects of contemporary culture and politics. The journal analyses the linkages between cultural identities, agencies and actors, political issues and conflicts, and global media.
Vols. 1-22. Bloomington; Durham, 1989-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 1.900
- Affiliated with the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women at Brown University, DIFFERENCES provides an international forum for the analysis of cultural politics and gender issues through the lens of feminist criticism (Katz).
Vols. 1-160. Durham, 1935-2011. Partly reprint. $ 16.000
- DUKE MATHEMATICAL JOURNAL is one of the premier mathematical journals published by universities in the United States because of the strict editorial standards used. Papers are short and are mostly concerned with the reporting of mathematical research. International Mathematics Research Notices, published since 1991 as a special section, is now being published independently to speed up dissemination of new research results (Katz).
An International Journal
Vols. 1-5. Dordrecht, 2007-2011. Reprint. $ 810
- EAST ASIAN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY aims to provide an international platform for STS scholars around the world with the goal of bringing Western and East-Asian STS communities together to share ideas, knowledge and research results.
Vols. 1-35. Durham, 1974/75-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2.800
- EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY LIFE addresses all aspects of European and world culture during the long eighteenth century, 1660-1832. It includes both articles and substantial review essays. Many issues are illustrated, and special issues have addressed themes from the art of close reading in eighteenth-century English literature to the stories that arose from European exploration of the South Pacific.
A quarterly journal relating to the past of culture and societies in all areas of the world
Vols. 1-58. Durham, 1954-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4.800
- ETHNOHISTORY emphasizes the joint use of documentary materials and ethnographic or archaeological data, as well as the combination of historical and anthropological approaches, in the study of social and cultural processes and history. It publishes articles, review essays, and book reviews by scholars in anthropology, history, archaeology, linguistics, literature and art history, geography, and other disciplines and is read by historians and anthropologists alike.
Vols. 1-34. Durham, 1958/60-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 3.100
- FRENCH HISTORICAL STUDIES is a well-respected journal that publishes articles on a variety of topics dealing with French (or Francophone) history from the Middle Ages to the present (Katz).
Vols. 1-44. Durham, 1968-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 2.600
- While maintaining a longstanding interest in the conventions and discursive histories of generic forms, GENRE intends to emphasize more fully the intricate relations between genre and its social, institutional, cultural and political contexts. The journal aims to stress the broad range of material affiliations that activate generic form in a dynamic field of socio-historical and discursive practices.
Vols. 1-17. Durham, 1993/95-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2.100
- The most intellectually challenging GLBT title around, GLQ: A JOURNAL OF LESBIAN AND GAY STUDIES has many big-name scholars on its diverse editorial and advisory boards. Excellent writing and editing help to make GLQ a truly cutting-edge theoretical journal (Katz).
Vols. 1-91. Durham, 1918-2011. Partly reprint. $ 5.700
- HISPANIC AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW pioneered the study of Latin American history and culture in the United States and remains the most widely respected journal in the field. HAHR's comprehensive book review section provides commentary, ranging from brief notices to review essays, on every facet of scholarship on Latin American history and culture.
Vols. 1-43. Durham, 1969-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4.500
- Focusing on the history of economic thought and analysis, HISTORY OF POLITICAL ECONOMY has made significant contributions to the history of political economics and remains the field's foremost means of communication. In addition to book reviews, each issue contains original research on the development of economic thought, the historical background behind major figures in the history of economics, the interpretation of economic theories, and the methodologies available to historians of economic theory.
Vols. 1-36. Durham, 1976/77-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4.800
- JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLITICS, POLICY AND LAW fully covers the areas of politics, policies, and legislation in health care. Recent issues address such topics as maternity care and public policy, and how money is distributed for House races by the American Medical Political Action Committee. "News and Notes" and "News from Affiliated Organizations" are particularly useful. This journal is affiliated with 14 major U.S. health policy organizations (Katz).
Vols. 1-41. Durham, 1971-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3.500
- Formerly published as JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE STUDIES
- JOURNAL OF MEDIEVAL AND EARLY MODERN STUDIES is an interdisciplinary journal devoted to publishing lengthy scholarly articles on all aspects related to the late Medieval and Renaissance periods. Focus is on Europe (Katz). Its topics include art, literature, theater, music, philosophy, theology, and history.
Vols. 1-55. New Haven, 1957-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2.800
- The JOURNAL OF MUSIC THEORY fosters conceptual and technical innovations in abstract, systematic musical thought and cultivates the historical study of musical concepts and compositional techniques. The journal publishes research with important and broad applications in the analysis of music and the history of music theory as well as theoretical or metatheoretical work that engages and stimulates ongoing discourse in the field.
Vols. 1-51. Kyoto, 1961-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4.800
- The KYOTO JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICS publishes original research papers at the forefront of pure mathematics, including surveys that contribute to advances in pure mathematics.
Vols. 1-8. Durham, 2004-2011. $ 1.300
A Journal of Global Issues
Vols. 1-22. Durham, 1990-2011. Partly reprint. $ 1.500
- More than half of the MEDITERRANEAN QUARTERLY is devoted to comparative politics and international relations in nations of the Mediterranean region, the remainder to the rest of the world. The journal is less concerned with theory than with practical analysis and discussion. The authors include former U.S. State Department and other agency heads, international academics and doctoral candidates, et al., who provide a wide range of perspectives (Katz).
Vols. 20-77. New Series; Columbia, 1983-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 1.500
- MINNESOTA REVIEW contains distinguished fiction, poetry, essays, and reviews on a diverse range of subjects and content.
A journal of literary history
Vols. 1-72. Durham, 1940-2011. Partly reprint. $ 4.200
- MODERN LANGUAGE QUARTERLY (MLQ) focuses on literary scholarship and criticism, medieval to modern, with special emphasis on literary history.
Vols. 1-204. Nagoya, 1950-2011. With general indexes covering vols. 1-170. Partly bound. $ 6.900
- Since its inception in 1950, the NAGOYA MATHEMATICAL JOURNAL has endeavored to publish research papers of the highest quality with appeal to the general mathematical audience.
An Interdisciplinary Journal of German Studies
Nums. 1-114. New York, 1973-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2.600
- NEW GERMAN CRITIQUE is published in English. With the Cornell University Department of German Literature as a sponsor, it strives to cover a broad spectrum of contemporary topics ranging from political/social theory and philosophy to literature, film, media, and art. Each issue breathes new life into well-worn topics by examining them "in the light of current theoretical debates." This ambitious and adventuresome journal is an important addition for academic libraries with German-studies programs (Katz).
Nums. 1-27. Durham, 1994-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 1.300
- NKA: JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY AFRICAN ART explores all areas of contemporary African and African diaspora art.
Vols. 1-52. Notre Dame, 1960-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3.500
- NOTRE DAME JOURNAL OF FORMAL LOGIC focuses on philosophical and mathematical logic.
Vols. 1-44. Providence, 1967/68-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2.100
- NOVEL: A FORUM ON FICTION contains essays and reviews on novel theory.
Critical approaches to teaching literature, language, culture and composition
Vols. 1-11. Durham, 2001-2011. $ 790
- PEDAGOGY seeks to create a new discourse surrounding teaching in English studies by fusing theoretical approaches and practical realities.
Vols. 1-120. Ithaca, 1892-2011. Partly reprint. Partly bound. $ 6.800
- PHILOSOPHICAL REVIEW publishes original scholarly work in all areas of philosophy with an emphasis on material of interest to generalists.
An international journal for theory and analysis of literature and communication
Vols. 1-32. Durham, 1979/80-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3.500
- POETICS TODAY brings together scholars from throughout the world who are concerned with developing systematic approaches to the study of literature (e.g., semiotics, structuralism, narratology) and with applying such approaches to the interpretation of literary works.
Vols. 1-19. Durham, 1993-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2.100
- POSITIONS offers a forum of debate for all concerned with the social, intellectual, and political events unfolding in East Asia and within the Asian diaspora.
Society for Transnational Cultural Studies
Vols. 1-23. Durham, 1988/89-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2.800
- PUBLIC CULTURE explores major cultural changes taking place on the local and urban level as well as shifting trends in societies worldwide. Public Culture cultivates a "zone of contact where domains of culture encounter and contest each other." International in both scope and contributors, this journal includes research articles and essays on contemporary media, as well as on global social and political issues. Articles cover topics such as satellite broadcasting, cyberspace, immigration prisons, and ethnic violence (Katz).
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Nums. 17-111. Durham, 1978-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2.300
- RADICAL HISTORY REVIEW takes a critical look at the past, scrutinizing conventional historical interpretations.
Vols. 1-110. Durham, 1902-2011. Partly reprint. $ 6.000
- For more than a century, SOUTH ATLANTIC QUARTERLY (SAQ) has published essays on the humanities and social sciences. The special on Louis-Ferdinand Celine exemplifies the new trend. Here are Frederic Jameson on "Celine and Innocence," Morris Dickstein on cultural transmission, some material from Celine's pen, and much else. SAQ is a consistently impressive journal (Katz).
Nums. 3-36. Bloomington, 1998-2011. Partly reprint. $ 920
- SMALL AXE: A CARIBBEAN JOURNAL OF CRITICISM focuses on the renewal of the practices of intellectual criticism in the Caribbean and on the expansion and revision of the horizons of such criticism.
Vols. 1-35. Durham, 1976/77-2011. Partly reprint. $ 3.500
- As the official journal of the Social Science History Association, SOCIAL SCIENCE HISTORY emphasizes "improving the quality of historical explanation in teaching and research of relevant theories and methods from the social science disciplines." Quantitative analysis is stressed in many articles with particular emphasis on longitudinal studies. Research studies focus on the family, demography, economic issues, social classes, labor force, crime, and poverty. Each issue includes five or six articles on subjects ranging from southern tenant farmers to mill town mortality, and from collective memories to progressivism in major political parties. Occasionally a special section or issue is devoted to a single theme such as gender, race, and class, or migration and labor markets. Many articles focus on U.S. historical research, but British and European history are also covered (Katz).
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Theory, culture, ideology
Nums. 1-109. Durham, 1979-2011. Mostly reprint. $ 2.900
- Cultural and political analysis is the focus of SOCIAL TEXT. The journal is sponsored by the Center for the Critical Analysis of Contemporary Culture at Rutgers University. The editors "are committed to preserving and renovating the broad left tradition of cultural and political commentary." Contributors are largely U.S. scholars, critics, artists, and writers, although works of international writers are also included. Articles deal with topics ranging from factory outlet malls to recovered memory, and from neocolonialsm and human rights to the privatization of culture. Special issues on one theme are common and have covered such subjects as academic labor, the politics of sport, and immigration and political theory. Social Text offers engaging articles on current cultural phenomena, and a unique perspective on political and social issues (Katz).
Yale School of Drama; Yale Repertory Theater
Vols. 1-41. Durham, 1968-2011. Partly reprint. $ 2.800
- Vols. 1-8 (1968-1976/77) published as YALE - THEATRE
- THEATER is the publication of the venerable, sometimes controversial, but always interesting Yale School of Drama. Theater's articles very much reflect the social politics of contemporary theater thinkers, artistic directors, and writers. The political perspective is both fascinating and controversial. Each issue contains four to six articles, usually organized around a theme. The editors try to include at least one new "pathbreaking" new play per issue, and some issues contain several. The articles are often illustrated with what are sometimes breathtaking production photographs. Theater is an invaluable part of any serious academic theater journal collection (Katz).
Vols. 1-26. Berkeley, 1986-2011. Partly bound. $ 2.100
- TIKKUN hopes to provide a voice for those who still dare to hope, for those who are not embarrassed to dream, for those Jews and non-Jews alike who are still moved by the radical spirit of the Prophets and who insist on keeping their message alive.
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