Thursday, November 26, 2009

TRIAL: Compass journals

Compass journals from Wiley-Blackwell publish peer-reviewed survey articles across 8 disciplines. They are intended to provide experienced researchers, teaching staff, and advanced students accessible, informative articles that provide overviews of current research.

We subscribe to
Philosophy Compass and we have a trial of the remaining 7 titles until 31st January 2010:

History Compass
Literature Compass
Religion Compass
Geography Compass
Language & Linguistics Compass
Sociology Compass
Social & Personality Psychology Compass

Discounted prices are available if we subscribe to multiple titles.

After trying the Compass journals please leave your comments below. You can choose the anonymous option to comment without needing to have a Blogger account, but it helps if you include your name in your feedback so that we can follow up on comments. Please be specific about which Compass journal(s) you are commenting on!

3 comments:

Marios Costambeys said...

History Compass is fast becoming the go-to venue for up-to-date historiography; in short, essential. It maintains a consistently high scholarly standard (to judge from my readings), is well-edited, and easy to access and to search.

Alex Drace-Francis said...

I too found this very useful. In a short time I found up-to-date review articles on urban history, on the role of space in history, and on postcommunist Balkan historiography. I would be very pleased if we could get a regular subscription.

Sarah Peverley said...

I found some interesting articles on Compass that I hadn't seen referenced elsewhere. A useful resource, though I had difficulty accessing some of the content in the Blackwell links.