Spring has sprung! We have a fresh crop of new releases to share with you this month:
- The Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning (MJCSL) released issue 18.2, the latest electronic back issue from Spring 2012. This issue includes seven new articles, which cover topics from student and faculty learning to dance performance. MJCSL makes past issues available for free online. Current material is available in hard copy through a subscription.
- Trans-Asia Photography Review published its Spring 2013 issue, 3.2: Local Culture/Global Photography. This issue includes numerous articles and book reviews. TAP is open to online readers.
- The Michigan Botanist released issues 50.3, 50.4, and 51.1 from July 2011, October 2011, and January 2012, respectively. This journal has been published in print since 1962, and launched its online component since 2011. Back issues 1-36 are also available in the Hathi Trust digital library.
- The Philosopher’s Imprint, the open access philosophy series, released three new papers: Revising Up: Strengthening Classical Logic in the Face of Paradox by David Ripley; Leibniz’s Conciliatory Account of Substance by Jeffrey K. McDonough; and Grounding Explanations by Louis deRosset.
- Philosophy & Theory in Biology–the peer-reviewed open access online journal–released two issues, 5.1 and 5.2.
- 25 new and updated articles in ARKIVOC, the free online journal for organic chemistry.
- The Frankel Institute Annual 2012 was released last week. FIA is a publication of the University Of Michigan’s Frankel Center For Judaic Studies. Each year, visiting Institute scholars contribute an essay on their research to the Institute Annual. This publication is now made available online.