Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies

Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies (BSPHS) is an annual digital peer reviewed journal committed to publish high quality original scholarly pieces addressing any aspect of the history of Spain, Portugal, or their influences in the wider world.
BSPHS is the journal of the Association for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies (ASPHS; formerly SSPHS). This journal substitutes the Bulletin of the Association published in print since 1993. Issues of the journal will be available freely online beginning two years after publication. Access to full text of recently published issues is by subscription only.

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Portuguese Studies Review

The PSR is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to promoting interdisciplinary scholarly study of the countries, regions, and communities that share, build on, or are transforming a Portuguese or Brazilian legacy. The PSR promotes a critical understanding of the historical and current evolution of political, economic, social and cultural networks incorporating Portugal, Brazil, and the various global or regional actors affected by Luso-Brazilian exploration, colonization, emigration, policy trends, trade agreements, and other linkages.

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HIOL: Hispanic Issues On Line

HIOL: Hispanic Issues On Line is an open-access, refereed scholarly electronic publication devoted to the study of Hispanic and Lusophone cultures. The journal aims to be an international forum for the analysis of current issues in our disciplines as well as a venue for new research dealing with areas of inquiry such as Literary Criticism, Theory and Historiography, Popular and Mass Culture, Hispanic Cultural Studies, Literature and Institutions, and Hispanic Sociolinguistics. The LOCKSS system preserves Hispanic Issues On Line at worldwide research libraries. ISSN 1931-8006.
HIOL also publishes Debates, dedicated to an open exchange of ideas related to issues discussed within the Hispanic Issues Series and the HIOL electronic journal. Our editorial team welcomes the intellectual energy generated by the exchanges included in this section. Our aim is to offer a venue for a diversity of views on matters dealing with our disciplines. It should be noted, however, that we might not always agree with the views or opinions expressed in these pages. Proposals for consideration by HIOL Debates may be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Revistas Catalães online

RACO (Catalan Journals in Open Access) is a cooperative repository where can be consulted, in open access, the full-text from articles of scientific, cultural and erudite Catalan journals.

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Digital Medievalist: Journal

The Journal of the Digital Medievalist Community
ISSN: 1715-0736

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Tempo. Revista do Departamento de História da UFF

Tempo – Revista do Departamento de História da UFF, criada em 1996 por iniciativa do Departamento e Programa de Pós-Graduação em História, é uma publicação destinada à divulgação e discussão de trabalhos de pesquisa no campo da História. Ao longo dos últimos anos de publicações semestrais, a revista consolidou-se como fórum importante de debate da história em suas diferentes modalidades – história social, econômica, política, dentre outras -, cumprindo seu objetivo de constituir-se em canal relevante de publicação de pesquisas científicas inovadoras geradas por historiadores do país e do exterior.

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HoST Journal of History of Science and Technology

HoST is an on-line international journal devoted to the History of Science and Technology. It explores the cultural and social dimensions of science and technology in history across the world.
HoST is edited in Lisbon by a group of Portuguese historians of science and technology but it aims to publish contributions from scholars worldwide and reach an international audience. It only accepts papers in English as a strong commitment to cross-cultural dialogue.
HoST is peer-reviewed and it is published twice a year, in spring (May) and in fall (November). The spring issue is thematic. Each number typically includes four research papers, a section on work-in progress and six book reviews (with one essay review).
HoST hosts each year in the beginning of June an international workshop on a relevant subject both for the Portuguese and international communities of historians of science and technology. The workshop acts as the main supplier of the thematic spring issue.
HoST contents are totally accessible online. HoST joins Open Access journals' effort to enhance the global circulation of knowledge.
HoST has a pdf edited version which can be downloaded from the website. Thus, the readers who prefer it may produce their own paper support version of HoST.

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Cuadernos de Historia Moderna

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

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Topoi: Revista de História

Publicada em versão impressa por mais de oito anos, Topoi assumiu a partir de 2008 um novo suporte, apresentando-se então como revista eletrônica baseada nos princípios do livre acesso.
A revista alia os avançados recursos da tecnologia editorial com a continuidade renovada de sua sólida e bem-sucedida tradição e permanece vocacionada a ser um polo divulgador da produção historiográfica brasileira contemporânea. Topoi está aberta a todos os campos disciplinares, especialidades, períodos e temas históricos. E através do expresso convite à publicação ou da recepção espontânea de artigos e resenhas originais, pretende estimular os debates acadêmicos, publicando artigos, entrevistas, resenhas ou ensaios de crítica histórica acerca de diversas expressões da cultura.
Sua missão consiste em dar publicidade às conclusões e aos experimentos da pesquisa contemporânea em história, trazendo para o público acadêmico os novos frutos intelectuais alcançados pelos estudiosos mais qualificados das ciências e das humanidades.

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Finisterra: Revista Portuguesa de Geografia

A Finisterra, editada desde 1966 pelo Centro de Estudos Geográficos da Universidade de Lisboa (CEG-ULisboa), é uma das principais revistas portuguesas de Geografia. Publica artigos dedicados à investigação em diversas vertentes da Geografia física e humana, Recursos e Riscos ambientais, Planeamento regional e local, Ordenamento do território, Desenvolvimento regional e local, Sistemas de Informação Geográfica, entre outros temas. O controlo de qualidade dos textos submetidos é efectuado através de editor, conselho editorial e arbitragem por pares (“double-blinded”). A Finisterra representa uma plataforma privilegiada para os jovens e os investigadores seniores, bem como estudantes universitários e agentes de planeamento. A Finisterra publica em Português e Inglês, assim como em Francês, Espanhol e Italiano. Estão incluídos, em cada artigo, resumos e palavras-chave em três idiomas.

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Península: revista de estudos ibéricos

La revista Península. Revista de Estudos Ibéricos pretende ser un espacio de debate y puesta en común de las investigaciones realizadas sobre la historia de las culturas y literaturas ibéricas, un punto de encuentro de diferentes o complementarias perspectivas metodológicas y críticas, que contribuyan a un mejor o más profundo conocimiento da las culturas y literaturas de Portugal y España (teniendo en cuenta, necesariamente, tanto el contexto europeo como el iberoamericano). De este modo, la revista Península se presenta como un espacio abierto a la colaboración de investigadores de diferentes formaciones (incluyendo diferentes lenguas) que quieran presentar aquí los resultados de sus recientes investigaciones y discutir perspectivas o interpretaciones de la historia de las culturas y literaturas ibéricas, especialmente en los momentos históricos de mayor intercambio, colaboración o confrontación.
La revista Península tendrá una periodicidad anual. Sale a comienzos de cada primavera.

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Critical Studies in History

Critical Studies in History (ISSN 1943-0795) is the official online journal of the History and Theory Reading Group, which meets regularly on an informal basis in the New York City area. The general aim of the journal is to provide an online forum for scholars interested in exploring the relationship between critical theory and historical problems.
Because members of the Reading Group come from different regions of the world, this journal offers those who could not attend the meetings an unique opportunity for expressing critical perspectives on the themes discussed by the Group. Interested authors should refer to the "Information for Authors" page for additional guidelines on how to contribute to the journal. The journal is catalogued in the Genamics Journalseek database.

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Sefarad

Database of Neo-Sumerian Texts (BDTNS).

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Revista de História da Sociedade e da Cultura

Business History around the World

One way to understand management trends and ideas today is to look at yesterday. HBS entrepreneurship professor Geoffrey G. Jones and co-editor Franco Amatori have done just that with their new book, Business History around the World.

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Revista Nuevo Mundo

Nuevo Mundo Nuevos Mundos est une revue d’histoire et de sciences sociales qui privilégie le comparatisme et les regards croisés sur l’ensemble des Amériques, dans la longue durée. La revue est ouverte aux articles inédits de chercheurs américanistes. Elle accueille également nombre de matériaux utiles à la constitution du patrimoine scientifique américaniste et s'inscrit dans le cadre des digital humanities. Nuevo Mundo Nuevos Mundos est publiée en quatre langues: espagnol, français, portugais et anglais.

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Rural History

ural History is well known as a stimulating forum for interdisciplinary exchange. Its definition of rural history ignores traditional subject boundaries to encourage the cross-fertilisation that is essential for an understanding of rural society. It stimulates original scholarship and provides access to the best of recent research. While concentrating on the English-speaking world and Europe, the journal is not limited in geographical coverage. Subject areas include: agricultural history; historical ecology; folklore; popular culture and religion; literature; landscape history, archaeology and material culture; vernacular architecture; ethnography, anthropology and sociology; the study of women; relationships between the urban and the rural; and the politics of rural societies.

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European Review of Economic History

Beginning in 2012, the European Review of Economic History is published by Oxford University Press.

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Business History Review

The Business History Review is a scholarly journal that seeks to publish articles with rigorous primary research that address major topics of debate, offer comparative perspectives, and contribute to the broadening of the subject. The journal is primarily concerned with the history of entrepreneurs, firms, and business systems, and with the subjects of innovation, globalization, and regulation. It also covers articles on the relation of businesses to the environment and to political regimes. The Business History Review is published in the spring, summer, autumn, and winter by Cambridge University Press for Harvard Business School.
The Business History Review also bestows two awards. The Henrietta Larson Article Award is given annually to the best article published in the journal for each volume year, as determined by a vote of the Editorial Advisory Board. The 2014 winner was “A Fine Failure: Relationship Lending, Moses Taylor, and the Joliet Iron & Steel Company, 1869–1888,” by Mary O’Sullivan. The Alfred and Fay Chandler book award is given once every three years to the best work in the field of business history published in the United States, as determined by a vote of the Editorial Advisory Board. The 2010-2012 winner was Michael Miller's Europe and the Maritime World: A Twentieth-Century History.

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Comparative Studies in Society and History

In line with the commitment of Cambridge University Press to advance learning, knowledge and research worldwide, the Press currently publishes over 300 peer-reviewed academic journals for the global market. Containing the latest research from a broad sweep of subject areas, Cambridge journals are accessible worldwide in print and online.
The continued expansion of our journals list is being mirrored by a programme of long-term investment in our journals business so that our continued commitment to the academic community, and in particular our society partners and customers, can be fulfilled both now and into the foreseeable future. As well as those journals owned by the Press itself, we publish on behalf of over 100 learned and professional societies and we work closely with our partners to ensure the optimum success of each journal.
Delivery of journal content via the internet has led to new markets opening up across the world. These include libraries operating together as consortia, and institutions in the developing world becoming able to access journals for the first time. Cambridge is active in all these markets and works with many organizations to bring journals to research institutions across the globe. From North America to Sub-Saharan Africa, the dedication of Cambridge University Press to advancing knowledge is visible within our journals, seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day.

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Economic History Review , The

The Economic History Review is published quarterly and each volume contains over 800 pages. It is an invaluable source of information and is available free to members of the Economic History Society. Publishing reviews of books, periodicals and information technology, The Review will keep anyone interested in economic and social history abreast of current developments in the subject. It aims at broad coverage of themes of economic and social change, including the intellectual, political and cultural implications of these changes.
Many issues contain an essay under the heading Surveys and Speculations which discusses a particular problem in economic and social history in an adventurous way. The extensive book review section in each issue provides a guide to the latest literature on economic and social history in the British Isles and throughout the rest of the world.
Each volume also contains Essays in Bibliography and Criticism which are designed to bring readers up to date with the latest writings on a particular country and topical themes in economic and social history.

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e-journal of Portuguese History

The e-Journal of Portuguese History (e-JPH) was founded in 2002 by the editors who also hold the copyright of the journal. 
The journal is published in English twice a year (June and December), only in electronic format. 
 The first issue of e-JPH appeared in Summer 2003. The e-JPH is a peer reviewed international journal. 
Its main objective is to provide publication of scholarly work on historical 
subjects, especially those concerning themes and topics of Portuguese 
history analyzed in comparative perspective. Historically oriented 
 contributions from the different social sciences are also welcome. 

It is furthermore the aim of the journal to offer new insights on 
developments in Portuguese historiography, as well as to provide news 
and information on research activities concerning Portuguese history.
The ethos of e-JPH is a pluralist one. It does not subscribe to any 
particular ideological, theoretical or methodological approach. 
The editors of e-JPH aim at publishing quality, blind refereed articles 
covering any period within any sub-field of historical research.

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Ler História

Fundada em 1983, a revista «Ler História» publica estudos inéditos sintetizando resultados da investigação em história e noutras ciências sociais, no país e no estrangeiro. Com frequência estes estudos dão origem a números ou "dossiers" temáticos.

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Penélope: fazer e desfazer a História

Textos integrais online.

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