Editor: Lawrence Kramer (Fordham University)
19th-Century Music covers all aspects of Western art music between the mid-eighteenth and mid-twentieth centuries.
|The American Biology Teacher
Editor: William F. McComas (University of Arkansas)
The American Biology Teacher is an award-winning, peer-refereed professional journal for K-16 biology teachers.
Editor: Lowell Dittmer (University of California, Berkeley)
The only academic journal of its kind produced in the United States, Asian Survey provides a comprehensive retrospective of contemporary international relations within South, Southeast, and East Asian nations.
Editor: Josh Sides (California State University, Northridge)
Showcasing exceptional scholarship, engaging writing, and innovative research, California History is essential reading for students and scholars of the history of California and the West, as well as California residents curious to understand the imprint of the state’s rich past.
|Case Studies in the Environment
Editor-in-Chief: Wil Burns (American University)
Case Studies in the Environment is a journal of peer-reviewed case study articles, case study pedagogy articles, and a repository for editor-reviewed case study slides. The journal informs faculty, students, researchers, educators, professionals, and policymakers on case studies and best practices in the environmental sciences and studies.
Editor: Leslie Kurke (University of California, Berkeley)
Classical Antiquity explores interdisciplinary research and discussion of major issues throughout the field of classics, including Greek and Roman literature, history, archaeology, art, philosophy and philology—Bronze Age through Late Antiquity. From extant written materials to newly unearthed art-objects, Classical Antiquity’s coverage of the Greco-Roman ancient world is truly expansive.
Senior Editorial Team: Joel Cooper (Princeton University), Brent Donnellan (Michigan State University), Don Moore (University of California, Berkeley), Jennifer Tackett (Northwestern University), Simine Vazire (University of California, Davis), and Rolf Zwaan (Erasmus University)
Collabra: Psychology, the official journal of the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science, is a mission-driven Open Access (OA) journal from the University of California Press that shares not only the research it publishes, but also the value created by the psychology community during the peer-review process.
|Contemporary Arab Affairs (New for 2018)
Editor-in-Chief: Ali E. Hillal Dessouki (Cairo University)
Contemporary Arab Affairs is the international quarterly journal of the Centre for Arab Unity Studies. It is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that publishes high-quality and original research from and on the Arab region.
|Departures in Critical Qualitative Research
Editor: Stacy Holman Jones (Monash University)
Departures in Critical Qualitative Research publishes innovative, experimental, aesthetic, and provocative works on the theories, practices, and possibilities of critical qualitative research.
|Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene
Editors-in-Chief: Oliver A. Chadwick (University of California, Santa Barbara), Michael E. Chang (Georgia Institute of Technology), Jody W. Deming (University of Washington), Detlev Helmig (University of Colorado Boulder), Anne R. Kapuscinski (Dartmouth College), and Donald R. Zak (University of Michigan)
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene is a trans-disciplinary, open-access journal committed to the facilitation of collaborative, peer-reviewed research.
|Federal Sentencing Reporter
Managing Editors: Douglas A. Berman (The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law) and Steven L. Chanenson (Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law)
Federal Sentencing Reporter explores in detail the complex sector of sentencing law, practice and theory. Along with the presentation of new ideas and viewpoints on existing legislation and sentencing guidelines, the journal examines questions of sentencing policy and the practical application of modern sentencing reforms.
|Feminist Media Histories
Editor: Shelley Stamp (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Feminist Media Histories publishes original scholarship examining the role gender has played in media technologies across a range of historical periods and global contexts.
Editor: B. Ruby Rich (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Film Quarterly has published substantial, peer-reviewed writing on cinema and media for sixty years, earning a reputation as one of the most authoritative academic film journals in the United States, as well as an important English-language voice of cinema studies abroad.
|Gastronomica: The Journal of Critical Food Studies
Editor: Melissa L. Caldwell (University of California, Santa Cruz)
Gastronomica is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, international journal publishing critical, translational studies on food.
|Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences
Editorial Board Chair: Michael D. Gordin (Princeton University)
Widely regarded as a leading journal in the historiography of science and technology, Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences offers in-depth articles on the history of science as it has developed since the 18th century.
|International Review of Qualitative Research
Editor: Norman K. Denzin (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Both academically sound and partisan, IRQR is a peer-reviewed journal founded to advance the use of critical, experimental, and traditional forms of qualitative inquiry towards the pursuit of social justice.
|The Journal of Musicology
Editors: Peter Schmelz (Arizona State University) and Jesse Rodin (Stanford University)
For thirty-five years, the widely-respected Journal of Musicology—one of few comprehensive peer-reviewed journals in the discipline—has offered articles in every period, field, and methodology of musicological scholarship.
|Journal of Palestine Studies
Editor: Rashid I. Khalidi (Columbia University)
Journal of Palestine Studies is the oldest and most respected English-language journal devoted exclusively to Palestinian affairs and the Arab-Israeli conflict. Each issue brings you timely and thought-provoking data and analysis on political, cultural, and historical issues affecting Palestine and the Palestinians.
|Journal of the American Musicological Society
Editor-in-Chief: Joy H. Calico (Vanderbilt University)
One of the premier journals in musicology, Journal of the American Musicological Society publishes scholarship from a broad array of musical inquiry: from historical musicology, critical theory, music analysis, iconography and organology, to pedagogy, performance practice, aesthetics and hermeneutics, ethnomusicology, gender and sexuality, popular music, and cultural studies.
|Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians
Editor: Keith Eggener (University of Oregon)
Published since 1941, Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians is a leading English-language journal on the history of the built environment.
|Journal of Vietnamese Studies
Editors: Liam C. Kelley (University of Hawai’i at Manoa) and Peter Zinoman (University of California, Berkeley)
Journal of Vietnamese Studies promotes and publishes original social science and humanities research about Vietnamese history, politics, culture and society, as well as Vietnam-related topics that have traditionally been set apart from mainstream area studies scholarship such as the Vietnamese diaspora and the Vietnam War.
|Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos
Editor: Ruth Hellier-Tinoco (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos is a bilingual, international scholarly journal dedicated to providing a unique and essential forum for the dissemination of cutting-edge research relating to Mexico, broadly defined.
|Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal
Editor: Catherine J. Stevens (Western Sydney University)
Music Perception charts the ongoing scholarly discussion and study of musical phenomena. Publishing original empirical and theoretical papers, methodological articles and critical reviews from renowned scientists and musicians, Music Perception is a repository of insightful research, drawing on fields including psychology, psychophysics, linguistics, neurology, neurophysiology, artificial intelligence, computer technology, physical and architectural acoustics, and music theory.
|New Criminal Law Review: An International and Interdisciplinary Journal
Editor: Carrie Leonetti (University of Oregon School of Law)
Focused on examinations of crime and punishment in domestic, transnational, and international contexts, New Criminal Law Review provides timely, innovative commentary and in-depth scholarly analyses on a wide range of criminal law topics.
Editors: Jonathan H. Grossman (University of California, Los Angeles) and Saree Makdisi (University of California, Los Angeles)
From Ozymandias to Huckleberry Finn, Nineteenth-Century Literature unites a broad-based group of transatlantic authors and poets, literary characters, and discourses—all discussed with a keen understanding of nineteenth-century literary history and theory.
|Nova Religio: The Journal of Alternative and Emergent Religions
Co-Editors: Marie Dallam (University of Oklahoma), Joseph Laycock (Texas State University), Catherine Wessinger (Loyola University New Orleans), and Benjamin E. Zeller (Lake Forest College)
Nova Religio presents scholarly interpretations and examinations of emergent and alternative religious movements.
|Pacific Historical Review
Managing Editor: Marc Rodriguez (Portland State University)
For nearly ninety years, Pacific Historical Review has accurately and adeptly covered the rich history of the Pacific Rim, including U.S. expansion to the Pacific and beyond, cross-cultural and comparative studies, race and ethnicity, history of empire and imperialism, environmental history, and historiography.
|The Public Historian
Editor: James F. Brooks (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Since 1978, The Public Historian has made its mark as the definitive voice of the public history profession, providing historians with the latest scholarship and applications from the field.
|Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation
Editors: Tracy Fessenden (Arizona State University), Philip Goff (Indiana University-Purdue University), Amy Koehlinger (Oregon State University), Laura Levitt (Temple University), Stephen J. Stein (Indiana University Bloomington), Peter J. Thuesen (Indiana University-Purdue University), and Judith Weisenfeld (Princeton University)
Religion and American Culture is devoted to promoting the ongoing scholarly discussion of the nature, terms, and dynamics of religion in America.
Editorial Board Co-Chairs: Niklaus Largier (University of California, Berkeley) and Mary Ann Smart, (University of California, Berkeley)
Representations publishes sophisticated, highly readable essays on the workings of culture, both past and present. Long known for its innovative essays on art, intellectual and legal history, science and gender studies, theories of history, and literary phenomena such as authorship and national and ethnic canon formation, Representations's reach extends as well to such topics as the history of the emotions, national identity, new media, and the renewal of aesthetics in criticism.
|Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of Rhetoric
Editor: Marc van der Poel (Radboud University)
Published quarterly for the International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Rhetorica includes articles, book reviews, and bibliographies that examine the theory and practice of rhetoric in all periods and languages and their relationship with poetics, philosophy, religion, and law.
|Sociology of Development
Editors: Andrew Jorgenson (Boston College) and Jeffrey Kentor (Wayne State University)
Sociology of Development is an international journal addressing issues of development, broadly considered.
|Southern California Quarterly
Editor: Merry Ovnick (California State University, Northridge)
Southern California Quarterly, the flagship publication of the Historical Society of Southern California, has been the premier vehicle for historical studies and scholarship about Southern California since the Society's first annual publication in 1884 and it continues in that role today.
|Studies in Late Antiquity
Editor: Elizabeth DePalma Digeser (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Studies in Late Antiquity is a forum for innovation and reflection on global Late Antiquity (150-750 CE) which questions and expands on received models and methods. Primary points of interest include interconnections between the Mediterranean and Africa, Iran, Arabia, the Baltic, Scandinavia, the British Isles, China, India and all of Asia, as well as disrupting the assumed connection between the late ancient/Christian Mediterranean and modern, western Europe.