New and Newly Acquired Journals

We welcome these additions to the University of Chicago Press portfolio of journals. These titles are available individually and, unless otherwise noted, as part of the Complete Chicago Package.
   

 

 

 

Archives of American Art Journal

Recently re-launched to incorporate peer-reviewed articles, the Archives of American Art Journal covers the history of the visual arts in the United States from the eighteenth century to the recent past. First published in 1960 as the Archives of American Art
Bulletin
, the Archives of American Art Journal is the longest-running scholarly journal devoted to the history of American art. It is published on behalf of the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

First issue published with Chicago: 2015 (v54n1)
Joining the Complete Chicago Package in 2016

 

 

History of Humanities

History of Humanities, along with the newly formed Society for the History of the Humanities, takes as its subject the history of a wide variety of disciplines including archaeology, art history, historiography, linguistics, literary studies, musicology, philology, and media studies, tracing these fields from their earliest developments, through their formalization into university disciplines, and to the modern day.

First issue: Spring 2016 (v1n1)
Joining the Complete Chicago Package in 2016

 

 

 The Journal of Politics

The Journal of Politics

Established in 1939 and published for the Southern Political Science Association, The Journal of Politics is a leading general-interest journal of political science and the oldest regional political science journal in the United States. The Journal of Politics features balanced treatments of research from scholars around the world, in all subfields of political science including American politics, comparative politics, international relations, political theory, and political methodology.

First issue published with Chicago: January 2015 (v77n1)
Joined the Complete Chicago Package in 2015

 

Journal of Anthropological Research

The Journal of Anthropological Research publishes diverse, high-quality, peer-reviewed articles on anthropological research of substance and broad significance, as well as about 100 timely book reviews annually. The journal reaches out to anthropologists of all specialties and theoretical perspectives both in the United States and around the world, with special emphasis given to the detailed presentation and rigorous analysis of field research.

First issue published with Chicago: Spring 2016 (v72n1)
Joining the Complete Chicago Package in 2016

 

 

Journal of the Association for Consumer Research

The Journal of the Association for Consumer Research is a quarterly journal of thematic explorations from the Association for Consumer Research. Each issue, led by a team of knowledgeable and committed editors, is an in-depth examination of a different important topic led by a team of knowledgeable and committed editors.

First issue: The Behavioral Science of Eating, January 2016 (v1n1)
Joining the Complete Chicago Package in 2016

 

 

The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America

Published on behalf of the Bibliographical Society of America, the oldest scholarly society in North America dedicated to the study of books and manuscripts as physical objects, The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America contains articles on book and manuscript printing, distribution, and collecting in all disciplines.

First issue published with Chicago: Spring 2015 (v109n1)
Joined the Complete Chicago Package in 2015

 

 

Source: Notes in the History of Art

Source is a peer-reviewed journal which publishes articles of 2,500 words or less, accompanied by a maximum of three illustrations. The range of articles spans antiquity to the present and includes western and non-western art. The original premise has been borne out: there is an audience for scholarly articles in art history that are clearly written, adequately illustrated and above all, succinct.

First issue published with Chicago: Fall 2015/Winter 2016 (v35n1-2)
Joining the Complete Chicago Package in 2016

 

 

Speculum

Speculum, the journal of the Medieval Academy of American, was the first scholarly journal in North America devoted exclusively to the Middle Ages. It is open to contributions in all fields studying the Middle Ages, a period ranging from approximately 500 to 1500. European, Arabic, Byzantine, Hebrew, and Slavic studies are included. The language of publication is English.

First issue published with Chicago: January 2016 (v91n1)
Joining the Complete Chicago Package in 2016

   

 

 

 

 

 

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