January Publications Round-up
Publishing Production hit the ground running for 2013. Here’s what we’ve published in the first month of the new year:
- Feminist Studies published issue 38.3. The newest issue commemorates the scholarship of former editorial director Claire Goldberg Moses and her pioneering innovations in feminist publishing. Feminist Studies is available in its entirety to subscribers, but anyone can search or browse the journal and purchase PDFs of individual articles.
- The Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association released the Summer 2012 issue, 33.2, online. This issue contains a variety of articles and book reviews. JALA is freely available to read online.
- The Philosopher’s Imprint released three new papers: How Are Thick Terms Evaluative? by Brent G. Kyle, Suárez on the Reduction of Categorical Relations by Sydney Penner, and The Relation between Conception and Causation in Spinoza’s Metaphysics by John Morrison. Philosopher’s Imprint is free to the readers of the Web.
- 36 new and updated articles in ARKIVOC, the free online journal for organic chemistry.