The History Journals Guide, is an international directory for journals and discussion lists in the fields of history and archaeology. History is understood in a broad sense as the study of the past including all periods, all regions and all fields. The HJG covers scientific and popular-scientific, current and ceased, frequently or irregularly appearing, and interdisciplinary periodicals and lists.
The HJG aims to be a starting point for researchers, graduates, students, librarians and other interested persons and intends to provide an easy access to up-to-date information. It is updated regularly. The HJG is free accessible for all users worldwide. You do not have to register to use this directory. It is maintained by Stefan Blaschke.
The HJG is based on four pillars: Periodicals Directory, Discussion Lists Directory, Online Articles Index, Online Reviews Index.
Online Articles Index:
The Online Articles Index provides links to articles published in electronic journals. The directory can be browsed by title of the journals. It is also searchable. At the moment, links to about 3,0000 articles are provided. About 130 journals are indexed (completely or in parts), for example, Assemblage. The Sheffield Graduate Journal of Archaeology; British Museum Studies in Ancient Egypt and Sudan; Cardiff Corvey. Reading the Romantic Text; Cercles. Revue pluridisciplinaire du monde anglophone; CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal; Concilium medii aevi. Zeitschrift für Geschichte, Kunst und Kultur des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit; Cromohs; Early Modern Literary Studies. A Journal of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century English Literature; eForum zeitGeschichte; Electronic Antiquity; European Integration online Papers; forum historiae iuris; Genders; Heroic Age. A Journal of Early Medieval Northwestern Europe; Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music; Journal of the Association for History and Computing; Journal of World-Systems Research; Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide. A Journal of Nineteenth-Century Visual Culture; Renaissance forum. An Electronic Journal of Early-Modern Literary and Historical Studies; University of Sussex Journal of Contemporary History; Zeitenblicke. Online-Journal für die Geschichtswissenschaften.
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