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Vol. 3 (2006) - Vol. 5 (2008)
Comparative Critical Studies covers literary theory and criticism; comparative and cultural studies; and interdisciplinary debate. It includes major plenary lectures given at BCLA conferences by well known speakers, commissioned articles relating to given themes, some creative writing, translations (including the winning entries in the annual BCLA/BCLT translation competition), discussions of translation, essay reviews, and special bibliographies on the theme for the year, or on individual writers.
Vol. 24 (2006) - vol. 26 (2008)
Dance Research, the Journal of the Society for Dance Research, is essential reading for those involved in the study and practice of dance. Dance Research is edited and published in Britain with the assistance of a distinguished group of editorial consultants based in Europe and the USA. The journal provides an international forum for the presentation and discussion of contemporary dance research and contains a section of comprehensive book and journal reviews
Vol. 3 (2006) - vol. 5 (2008)
Editor: Alvin Goldman
EPISTEME publishes articles on the social dimensions of knowledge from the perspective of philosophical epistemology and related social sciences (e.g., economics, political theory, information science). It focuses on theoretical work, but also welcomes policy-oriented discussions, i.e., applications to contemporary society and its institutions. It does not publish straightforward empirical studies or case studies. The principal style is that of analytical philosophy, but rigorous approaches of other kinds are appropriate so long as they remain accessible to an interdisciplinary audience.
Vol. 5 (2006) - vol. 7 (2008)
Holy Land Studies: A Multidisciplinary Journal is a fully refereed journal. It publishes new and provocative ideas, paying particular attention to issues that have a contemporary relevance and a wider public interest. It is aimed at an academic and wider public readership. It draws upon expertise from virtually all relevant disciplines (history, culture, politics, religion, archaeology, sociology). Over time it will deal with a wide range of topics: ‘two nations’ and ‘three faiths’; conflicting Israeli and Palestinian perspectives; social and economic conditions; Palestine in history and today; ecumenism and interfaith relations; modernisation, religious revivalisms and fundamentalisms; Zionism and Post-Zionism; the 'new historiography' of Israel and Palestine. Conventionally these diversified discourses are kept apart. This journal brings them together.
Vol. 58 (2007) - vol. 59 (2008)
The Innes Review is a fully peer-reviewed journal covering the part played by the Catholic Church in Scottish history. It includes all aspects of Scottish history and culture, especially ones related to religious history. Published continuously by the Scottish Catholic Historical Association since 1950, it contains articles and book reviews on a wide field of ecclesiastical, cultural, liturgical, literary and political history ranging from Celtic times to the present day. It is named after Thomas Innes (1662-1744), a missionary priest, historian, and archivist of the Scots College in Paris whose impartial scholarship stood out amongst the denominational prejudices of the time.
Vol. 11 (2006) through Vol. 13 (2008)
Journal of Victorian Culture is essential reading for scholars of the Victorian period. Beautifully produced, the Journal was established in Spring 1996, and is edited and published in Britain with the assistance of a distinguished group of Editorial Consultants. It provides an international forum for discussion and debate on all aspects of Victorian history and culture in a diverse range of formats, including articles, perspectives, roundtables and a section of substantial reviews.
Vol. 29 (2006) - Vol. 31 (2008)
Founded in 1983, Paragraph is a leading journal in modern critical theory. It publishes essays and review articles in English which explore critical theory in general and its application to literature, other arts and society. Regular special issues by guest editors highlight important themes and key figures in modern critical theory.
Vol. 25 (2006) - vol. 26 (2007)
The Times Higher Education Supplement Parliamentary History provides a forum for current research and general interest articles covering the history of parliamentary institutions in the British Isles (including the Scottish and Irish Parliaments) from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century. The journal also encompasses legislatures of British colonies before independence, their origin, development and historical importance. The first issue of each volume is dedicated to a specialist area and gives you an expert overview of a specific topic.
Vol. 12 (2006) - vol. 14 (2008)
Romanticism is the journal of Romantic culture and criticism. The only major international scholarly publication of its kind edited and published in Britain, Romanticism offers a much-needed forum for the flourishing diversity of Romantic studies today. Focusing on the period 1750-1850, it publishes critical, historical, textual and bibliographical essays and notes prepared to the highest scholarly standards, reflecting the full range of current methodological and theoretical debate. With its extensive book review section, Romanticism constitutes a vital new arena for scholarly debate in this liveliest field of literary studies.
Vol. 85 (2006) - vol. 87 (2008)
The Scottish Historical Review This is the premier journal in the field of Scottish Historical Studies, covering all periods of Scottish history from the early to the modern, encouraging a variety of historical approaches. Contributors are regarded as authoritative in their subject area; the pages of the journal are regularly graced by leading Scottish historians. Essays on Scottish History in Books, covering articles published in the preceding year.