Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Two periodicals newly available online

The Journal of Ecclesiastical History
Editor(s):
James Carleton Paget, University of Cambridge, UK
Diarmaid MacCulloch, University of Oxford, UK
The Journal of Ecclesiastical History publishes material on all aspects of the history of the Christian Church. It deals with the Church both as an institution and in its relations with other religions and society at large. Each volume includes about twenty articles and roughly three hundred notices of recently published books relevant to the interests of the journal’s readers.
ISSN: 0022-0469
EISSN: 1469-7637

Urban History
Editor(s):
Richard Rodger, University of Leicester, UK
Rosemary Sweet, University of Leicester, UK
Philip J. Ethington, University of Southern California, USA
Urban History occupies a central place in historical scholarship, with an outstanding record of interdisciplinary contributions, and a broad-based and distinguished panel of referees and international advisors. Each issue features wide-ranging research articles covering social, economic, political and cultural aspects of the history of towns and cities. The journal coverage is worldwide in its scope: over half of the articles are on non-British topics, with a very strong concentration on European cities. It has recently developed a new publishing venture, hosting innovative multi-media websites - including graphics, sound and interactive elements - to accompany selected print articles.* The journal also includes book reviews, summaries of PhD theses, and surveys of recent articles in academic journals. In addition, Urban History acts as a forum for stimulating debate on historiographical and methodological issues. An indispensable tool for urban historians worldwide, the journal's annual bibliography features on average over 1000 publications culled from monographs, edited collections and periodicals.
*Multimedia companions can be viewed at www.journals.cambridge.org/urbanhistoryextra
ISSN: 0963-9268
EISSN: 1469-8706

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