Brookings Papers on Economic Activity
Janice Eberly, Northwestern University and James H. Stock, Harvard University / Editors
The Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (BPEA) is a semi-annual academic conference and journal that pairs rigorous research with real-time policy analysis to address the most urgent economic challenges of the day. Working drafts of the papers are presented and discussed at the conference typically held twice each year in spring and fall. The final papers and discussion comments are subsequently published with writeups of general discussions from each conference in the journal.
Cusp: Late 19th-/Early 20th-Century Cultures
Kate Hext, University of Exeter, Kristin Mahoney, Michigan State University, and Alex Murray, Queen’s University, Belfast / Editors
Cusp: Late 19th-/Early 20th-Century Cultures is a new home for field-defining scholarship on the works, authors, artists, problems, and phenomena that defined the dynamic period from the late 19th century to the early 20th century. Cusp encourages interdisciplinary scholarship, including (but not limited to) work on literature, the visual arts and cinema, theatre studies, intellectual history, publishing, periodical studies, and music. All movements and genres will feature in the articles and reviews on its pages, from detective fiction to journalism, aestheticism to anarchism, realism to Vorticism. Our journal welcomes new perspectives on canonical authors, artists, and events of the period, as well as hitherto marginalized voices. We also intend to center a more global or transnational approach to the period. Contributions that explore literature and culture from across the globe, from Great Britain, Ireland, and North America to Europe, the Middle East, South America, Africa, and Australasia, will be an essential element in the journal’s contents.
J19: The Journal of Nineteenth Century Americanists
Sarah Chinn, Hunter College and Brigitte Fielder, University of Wisconsin-Madison / Editors
J19 is the official publication of C19: The Society of Nineteenth-Century Americanists. Published twice annually, the journal will be dedicated to publishing innovative research on and analysis of the "long nineteenth century" (1783-1914).
Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric
Robert Gaines / Editor
Published quarterly for the International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Rhetorica welcomes articles and book reviews that address the theory and practice of rhetoric in all periods and languages and their relationships with poetics, philosophy, religion, and law. Submissions to Rhetorica must be composed in English, French, German, Italian, Latin, or Spanish. However, authors may discuss and quote texts written in any language for which there exists a Unicode script.
Russell: the Journal of Bertrand Russell Studies
Andrew Bone and Gülberk Koç Maclean / Editors
Russell is devoted to the study of all aspects of Bertrand Russell's thought as well as his life, times and influence. In addition to original research and reviews of new books, Russell publishes new texts and textual studies, discussions, bibliographies, indexes, and archival lists. Scholarly articles submitted to the journal are peer-reviewed twice anonymously.
Journal of Song-Yuan Studies
Douglas Skonicki / Editor
Published by the Society for Song, Yuan, and Conquest Dynasties Studies, the Journal of Song-Yuan Studies is the premier scholarly journal specializing in the history, literature, and culture of China from 900 to 1400. A substantial annual volume features articles on all disciplines of scholarship related to middle-period China, with an especial focus on the Song, Liao, Jin, Xia, and Yuan dynasties. Since it began publication in 1970, JSYS has published articles by a prestigious list of major scholars in Chinese history, literature, philosophy, religion, art history, and linguistics.
Journal of Supreme Court History
Timothy S. Huebner / Editor
Journal of Supreme Court History is an interdisciplinary journal funded by the Supreme Court Historical Society that publishes articles on the history of the Supreme Court by law professors, historians, political scientists, curators, lawyers, judges, librarians and amateur historians. When launched in 1976 as an annual publication, it was titled Yearbook 1976 Supreme Court Historical Society. It changed its name to the Journal of Supreme Court History in 1990 and became a biannual publication in 1996. The Journal became a trimester publication in 1999.
Grigore Pop-Eleches / Editorial Chair
Founded in 1948, World Politics is an internationally renowned quarterly journal of political science produced under the editorial sponsorship of the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies at Princeton University. World Politics publishes analytical and theoretical articles, review articles, and research notes in international relations, comparative politics, political theory, foreign policy, and modernization. It does not publish strictly historical material, articles on current affairs, policy pieces, or narratives of a journalistic nature.