Some e-journals for your edification and entertainment

The new issue of Common-place is online. (Not quite such a bumper crop as the last one perhaps, but readable as ever.)

As is the latest issue of Perspectives, the AHA’s newsletter.

Not so new, but I’m not sure if I linked it before: Early Modern Literary Studies (January ’05). Something at that site I hadn’t noticed before: an announcement of an upcoming Early Stuart Libels database. Ooohh…

Not noticed this one before (very negligent of me): Electronic British Library Journal. (Includes an article on Political verse in late Georgian Britain which I might read.)

Film and media:

Scope (quite a bit on film history).

Screening the Past: an international electronic journal of visual media and history (latest issue, December ’04)

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