Electronic Journals & Archives
Anthropology News Network
Makes anthropological perspectives on news and issues available to the public. (Contact Fred Skanes for more information.)
Electronic repository of social science & humanities research papers and documents. (Get file INDEX from directory.)
"A biweekly review of books, magazines, and media."
"The Cyberlaw Journal is published on an irregular basis and features student-authored scholarship on developments in the law of cyberspace. It is edited by Professor Kim Dayton, University of Kansas School of Law."
Duke Papyrus Archive
"The Duke Papyrus Archive provides electronic access to texts about and images of 1,373 papyri from ancient Egypt. The target audience includes: papyrologists, ancient historians, archaeologists, biblical scholars, classicists, Coptologists, Egyptologists, students of literature and religion and all others interested in ancient Egypt."
Covering Biosciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, General Science, Government, Mathematics, Physics, and Library Science/Education.
"ibiblio is a diverse and expansive collection of information on the Internet, created and maintained by the public, for the public." Some emphasis on Open Source research (e.g., Linux) but covers other cultural topics too. Well worth checking out.
"PapersINVITED.com was conceived and developed to assist those numerous scientists, professors and student researchers who have had a difficult time in tracking the Calls for Papers from various universities and professional bodies. PapersINVITED.com brings an exhaustive list of Calls for Papers in all areas of specialization to your fingertips."
Ploughshares: The Literary Journal at Emerson College
Inside each issue, you'll find not only great new stories and poems, but also a profile on the guest editor, book reviews, and miscellaneous notes about Ploughshares, its writers, and the literary world.
WWW Virtual Library: International Affairs Resources
"Over 1750 carefully selected, annotated links in 37 international affairs categories. Sites are chosen for cost-free, high-quality information and analysis online. It is frequently maintained, and is of use to journalists, researchers, teachers, professors, and students, among others."
The Yale Review of Books
This is the online edition of a new magazine started by undergraduates this year at Yale. They review all sorts of books that might be of interest to the Yale community, five times a year. All reviews are posted on the site.
Created by Books AtoZ.
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