This collection is devoted to the study of culture and communication, from civilization’s earliest traces to the growth and governance of peoples, with journals from 17 countries. Also included is a cluster of titles covering STEM education.
This collection expands non-U.S. scholarship in political science with titles such as Revue française de science politique, Zeitschrift für Politik, Politische Vierteljahresschrift. Other important journals focusing on International Relations include Integration and Georgetown Journal of International Affairs.
Language and literature
Features a diverse group of language and literature journals with a range of humanities and social sciences sub-fields, including cultural studies, education, philosophy, political science, and area studies. Titles include Esprit, Narrative Culture, Rhetoric and Public Affairs, Russian Language Journal / Русский язык, Style, and Journal of Basic Writing.
A set of archaeology journals examine a broad geographical range, with titles such as Ägypten und Levante / Egypt and the Levant, Journal of African Archaeology, Journal of Maritime Archaeology, Mexicon, Pallas, Qedem, Revista de Arqueología Histórica Argentina y Latinoamericana, and Rivista degli studi orientali.
Asian studies journals cover a diverse range of fields, including political science, business and economics, area studies, and feminist and women’s studies. Titles include Bulletin of the Asia Institute, Central Asiatic Journal, Journal of Chinese Linguistics, Journal of International and Area Studies, The Korean Language in America, The Tibet Journal, China Perspectives, and U.S.-Japan Women’s Journal.
Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
More than 20 titles cover aspects of STEM education, exploring the legal implications, cultural impact, and historical development of science and technology. Titles include ASEE Prism, The Science Teacher, Journal of College Science Teaching, Icon, Science Progress, The New Atlantis, and Berkeley Technology Law Journal.