The School of Advanced Study and its nine institutes publishes a range of journals. Below you can find a list of journals and more information about where to access them.

 

Amicus Curiae: Journal of the Society of Advanced Legal Studies

Published by: Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

Editorial responsibility: Julian Harris

ISSN: 1461-2097

journals.sas.ac.uk/amicus

The journal of the IALS and the Society for Advanced Legal Studies (SALS) is produced quarterly and is now available on open access, publishing articles on a wide range of legal issues of topical and academic interest from a prestigious list of contributors. The Institute aims to encourage interaction between those involved with the legal process, including practitioners, academics, members of the judiciary, regulators, and law enforcement officers. This objective is reflected in the content of the journal.

Amicus Curiae also provides information on IALS and SALS activities.

 

 

Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies

Published by: Wiley for the Institute of Classical Studies

Edited by: Greg Woolf

ISSN: 0076-0730 (print)

ISSN: 2041-5370 (online)

www.ics.sas.ac.uk/publications/our-journal-bics

BICS publishes the latest research on classical studies by scholars from across the world. It has been in print since 1954, publishing in all areas of Classics broadly defined, including archaeology.

The journal is now published twice per year, in both print and digital formats. Since 2016, it has been publishing themed issues. BICS 60-1 (June 2017) is a themed issue in honour of Fergus Millar, edited by Nicholas Purcell; BICS 60-2 (December 2017) will publish papers on Varro, edited by Valentina Arena and Fiachra Mac Góráin. We make regular calls for expressions of interest in editing themed issues of BICS: these are advertised on the ICS website.

 

Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review

Published by: the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

Editorial responsibility: Stephen Mason

ISSN: 2054-8508

journals.sas.ac.uk/deeslr

The open-access Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review brings articles, legal developments and case reports to academics, practitioners and the industry in relation to digital evidence and electronic signatures from across the world. The review also seeks to include reports on technical advances and book reviews, and is issued once a year, in October/November with advance access articles available during the year.

 

European Journal of Law Reform

Published by: Eleven International Publishing in association with the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

Editorial board: Katharina Boele-Woelki, Frank Emmert, Christiana Fountoulakis, Ingeborg Schwenzer, Constantin Stefanou and Helen Xanthaki

ISSN: 1387-2370

The key purpose of the European Journal of Law Reform is to respond to growing demand among scholars, legislators and practitioners of law in the private and public sectors for a forum for authoritative views on law reform in Europe and the World. A related purpose is to provide a systematic review of major initiatives for reform of laws and legal practice. The European Journal of Law Reform is jointly edited at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in London, the University of Basel Law Faculty and Europainstitut, as well as at Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis.

 

Historical Research: the Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research

Published by: Wiley for the Institute of Historical Research

Edited by: the Director of the IHR

ISSN: 1468-2281

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1468-2281

Since 1923, Historical Research has been a leading mainstream British historical journal. Its articles cover a wide geographical and temporal span: from Britain to the Far East; from the early middle ages to the 20th century. It encourages the submission of articles from a broad variety of approaches, including social, political, urban, intellectual and cultural history.

The journal is published four times a year, and new articles are also available for ‘early view’ up to a year before print publication.

 

IALS Student Law Review

Published by: the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

Editorial responsibility: Constantin Stefanou

ISSN: 2053-7646

 

The ISLRev is an electronic, open access, peer-reviewed law journal publishing scholarly articles or developing work focused on legal studies within the main expertise of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.

It aims to provide a unique forum for all those interested in legal studies to present their scholarly contributions. It publishes on multi-dimensional legal studies and proactively encourages analytical and comparative studies. This broad remit creates the opportunity of introducing readers to unfamiliar areas. Papers that investigate legal issues from single or multiple vantage points, whether topically or jurisdictionally, are equally welcomed, as are papers examining law-related interdisciplinary work.

 

Journal of Latin American Studies

Published by: Cambridge University Press, with editorial offices at the Institute of Latin American Studies

Editorial responsibility: Rory Miller, Gareth Jones and Fiona Macaulay

ISSN: 0022-216X

journals.cambridge.org/action/

Presents recent research in economics, geography, politics, international relations, sociology, social anthropology, economic history and cultural history.

 

Yearbook of the Research Centre for German and Austrian Exile Studies

Published by: Brill/Rodopi in association with the Institute of Modern Languages Research

ISSN: 1388-3720

Vol. 18 ISBN: 978-90-0434-351-1

www.rodopi.nl/senj.asp?SerieId=EXILE​

The work of the Centre focuses on the history of those German-speaking emigrés who found refuge in Great Britain. It explores their personal recollections and experiences, their reception in British society, and how they enriched the life of their new country of residence in such varied spheres as the professions, industry and commerce, literature, art and culture, politics, publishing, the media, and the world of entertainment and leisure.

 

Reviews in History

Published by: the Institute of Historical Research

Edited by: Director of the IHR

ISSN: 1749-8155

www.history.ac.uk/reviews​

The open access journal Reviews in History was launched in 1996, and publishes reviews and reappraisals of significant work in all fields of historical interest. Over 2,000 reviews have been published to date, reaching thousands of readers via the internet and a free email alert. New reviews appear regularly.

 

 

Journal of Romance Studies

Published by: Liverpool University Press in association with the Institute of Modern Languages Research

Edited by: Catherine Davies and Dominic Glynn

ISSN: 1473-3536

http://online.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk/loi/jrs

This journal promotes innovative critical work in the areas of linguistics, literature, performing and visual arts, media, material culture, intellectual and cultural history, critical and cultural theory, psychoanalysis, gender studies, social sciences and anthropology.

Two monographic issues and one open issue are published each year. The primary focus is on those parts of the world that speak, or have spoken, French, Italian, Spanish or Portuguese but work on other cultures may be included. Most issues cross national and disciplinary boundaries in order to stimulate new ways of thinking about cultural history and practice.

 

Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes

Published byThe Warburg Institute

Edited by: Catherine Davies and Dominic Glynn

ISSN: 0075-4390 (print)

ISSN: 2044-0014 (online)

Vol. LXXX (2017) ISBN: 978-1-908590-06-0

www.ingentaconnect.com/content/warburg/jwci​

The JWCI publishes new documentary and analytical research in the field of cultural and intellectual history. The subject matter includes art and architecture, literature, science, religion, and intellectual, political and social life, often with an emphasis on their relation to the civilisation of antiquity. Produced at the Warburg Institute and edited by members of staff there as well as at the Courtauld Institute of Art, the JWCI remains reliant on the two institutes’ extensive libraries, image collections and scholarship; in addition to the work of its editors, it depends on the collaboration of scholars at both institutes, who, along with outside experts, participate in the review process.

 

Yeats Annual

Published by: Open Book Publishers in association with the Institute of English Studies

Edited by: Warwick Gould

ISSN: 0278-7687

Vol. 19 (2013) ISBN: 978-1-783740 17 8

www.ies.sas.ac.uk/publications/yeats-annual​

Yeats Annual is the leading international research-level journal devoted to the greatest 20th-century poet in the English language.

‘The admirable Yeats Annual ... a powerful base of biographical and textual knowledge. Since 1982 the vade mecum of Yeats.’

Bernard O’Donoghue, The Times Literary Supplement