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Vol. 13 (2003) through current issue
American Periodicals: A Journal of History, Criticism, & Bibliography an annual publication devoted exclusively to scholarship and criticism relating to American magazines and newspapers of all periods Sponsored by the Research Society for American Periodicals and founded by James T. F. Tanner, American Periodicals is now under the editorship of Susan Williams, Steven Fink, and Jared Gardner and published by The Ohio State University Press. Beginning in 2004, the journal will be published twice a year.
Vol. 34 (2002) - vol. 36 (2004)
First in its specialty area and one of the most frequently cited publications in geography, Geographical Analysis has, since 1969, presented significant advances in geographical theory, model building, and quantitative methods to geographers and scholars in a wide spectrum of related fields. Traditionally, mathematical and nonmathematical articulations of geographical therory, and statements and discussions of the analytic paradigm are published in the journal. Spatial data analyses and spatial econometrics and statistics are strongly represented.
Vol. 8 (2003)
JPCS is the official publication of the Association for the Psychoanalysis of Culture & Society, an international and interdisciplinary organization. The journal publishes articles, reviews, field notes, international notes, and letters to the editor that employ psychoanalysis to address the psychological roots or consequences of social and cultural phenomena in such a way as to enhance the possibilities for social change.
Vol. 73 (2002) through current issue
Founded in 1930, The Journal of Higher Education is the leading scholarly journal on the institution of higher education. Articles combine disciplinary methods with critical insight to investigate issues important to faculty, administrators, and program managers.
Vol. 34 (2002) - vol. 38 (2006)
Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking Edited by Paul Evans, The Ohio State University; Mark J. Flannery, University of Florida; and Kenneth D. West, University of Wisconsin Widely read and cited by researchers and policy makers, Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking is a primary economics journal reporting major findings in the study of monetary and fiscal policy, credit markets, money and banking, portfolio management, and related subjects. Founded in 1969.
Vol. 10 (2002) through current issue
Narrative is the official journal of The Society for the Study of Narrative Literature, the association for scholars interested in narrative. Narrative's broad range of scholarship includes the English, American, and European novel, nonfiction narrative, film, and narrative as used in performance art.
Vol. 33 (2007) - Vol. 35 (2010)
Twentieth-Century China (ISSN 1521-5385) is a refereed biannual scholarly journal with issues appearing in November and April. Published by The Ohio State University Press, the journal's chief editor is Christopher A. Reed of The Ohio State University's Department of History. The journal publishes original scholarly contributions that set forth innovative research and methodologies engaging significant historiographic or interpretive issues regarding China's long twentieth century as seen through the mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong, or diasporic activities. It also encourages comparative empirical and/or theoretical studies that are rooted in Chinese experience but touch on non-China-related issues. In addition, the journal also seeks to provide a forum for research notes, scholarly conferences, project announcements, and similar activities that promote the academic pursuits of the journal's readers around the world. Twentieth-Century China originated in 1975 as a newsletter, The Chinese Republican Studies Newsletter, issued by Lloyd Eastman, one of the American luminaries of Republican Chinese history. Eastman was also the journal's founding editor, bringing out in 1983 the first issue of what was then called Republican China (ISSN 0893-2344). In 1997, reflecting the growing trend among historians and historically oriented social scientists to emphasize the historical continuities in China's twentieth-century experience (rather than adhering to the somewhat artificial categories of "Republican" and "People's Republic" history), editor Steve Averill persuaded the board to rename the journal Twentieth-Century China.