University of California Press and Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture are pleased to announce the all-new Gastronomica Website! With free articles, Web-exclusive content, and an expanded Chef’s Page—featuring interviews with notable chefs from around the world—never before have you seen so much great writing on food, all in one place.
So visit today, and [more...]
University of California Press is partnering with Oxford University Press to make Scholarly Monographs available via Newly Launched Platform.
Details are on the pdf attached to this link.
Film Quarterly has been publishing substantial, peer-reviewed writing on motion pictures since 1958, earning a reputation as the most authoritative academic film journal in the United States. Its wide array of topics, perspectives, and approaches appeals to film scholars and film buffs alike.
And the all-new Filmquarterly.org is now live. There, you can:
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UC Press Journals and JSTOR have combined forces with the Society of Architectural Historians to launch the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians Online. In the journal’s online archive, audio, video, 3D models, and other multimedia enhance articles and reviews. You can explore the Roman Forum in 3D, zoom in on a [more...]
Exploding onto television screens in 1963 with her WGBH (Boston) program “The French Chef,” Julia Child quickly became a household name. Known for her extensive knowledge of French cuisine as well as her down-to-earth approach to kitchen navigation, Julia endeared herself to home cooks immediately; mistakes were okay, as were everyday culinary triumphs [more...]
University of California Press and JSTOR, the leading journals archive hosting platform, are pleased to announce their partnership in the Current Scholarship Program, which will bring legacy and current content from all UC Press journals together on a single platform.
From 2011, libraries, researchers, and readers will be able to find UC Press content on an [more...]
Noted film critic and FQ writer-at-large James Naremore has made his selections of 2007′s 10 best U.S. film releases (including one TV show).
Naremore’s 10 Films of 2007
1. Colossal Youth (Juventude em Marcha, Pedro Costa, 2006)
2. Cuadecuc-Vampir (Pere Portabella, 1970)
3. Bamako (Abderrahmane Sissako, 2006)
4. Ratatouille (Brad Bird and Jan Pinkava)
5. Once (John Carney, 2006)
6. No End [more...]
University of California Press Journals and Digital Publishing is proud to announce the publication of a special issue of The Public Historian, the official journal of the
National Council on Public History. “Sites of Conscience: Opening Historic Sites for Civic Dialogue,” (Volume 30, Number 1) is concerned with the ways in which society’s response to museums, [more...]