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Vol. 1, nos. 1-2 (1976); Vol. 1, no. 4 (1977)-v. 2 (1977); Vol. 3, no. 2 (1978) through current issue
International Security publishes lucid, well-documented essays on all aspects of the control and use of force. Its articles cover contemporary policy issues, and probe historical and theoretical questions behind them. Essays in International Security have defined the debate on American national security policy and have set the agenda for scholarship on international security affairs.
Free Play in the Age of Electracy
A proposal that electracy--the special skills needed to navigate and understand our digital world--can be developed through play.
Youth in the Internet Cafés of Urban Ghana
An account of how young people in Ghana’s capital city adopt and adapt digital technology in the margins of the global economy.
An examination of the transformation of the Japanese diet from subsistence to abundance and an assessment of the consequences for health, longevity, and the environment.
Vol. 1 (1999) through current issue
The end of the Cold War has released a flood of new archival materials and memoirs both in the former Communist world and in Western countries. Declassified documentation and first-hand accounts have enabled scholars to gain a much better understanding of some of the key events of the past century. Journal of Cold War Studies is the first peer-reviewed journal to feature research based on these new sources.
Vol. 30 (1999/00) through current issue
The Journal of Interdisciplinary History employs the methods and insights of multiple disciplines in the study of past times and to bring a historical perspective to those other disciplines. Each issue features substantive articles, research notes, review essays and book reviews that relate historical study to applied fields such as economics, demographics, politics, sociology and psychology.
Reflections on the metaphysics and epistemology of classification from a distinguished group of philosophers.
Vol. 34 (2001) through current issue
Leonardo, founded in 1968, has become an international channel of communication for artists who use science and developing technologies in their work. With emphasis on the artists' writings, Leonardo is the leading international journal for readers interested in the application of contemporary science and technology in their work. The companion annual journal, Leonardo Music Journal (LMJ) features the latest in music, multimedia art, sound science and technology.
Vol. 10 (2000) through current issue
The companion annual journal to Leonardo, Leonardo Music Journal is devoted to the aesthetic and technical issues in contemporary music and sonic arts. Each thematic issue features artists/writers from around the world, representing a wide range of stylistic viewpoints and includes an audio CD or multimedia CD-ROM. Recent and forthcoming themes include: Power and Responsibility: Politics, Identity and Technology in Music, Southern Cones: Music out of Africa and South America, and Not Necessarily English Music: Britain's Second Golden Age.