Methods: A Journal of Acting Pedagogy
Methods: A Journal of Acting Pedagogy, is a peer reviewed journal dedicated to the art and craft of acting and its philosophies, exercises, and history. Methods explores acting for stage, film, and television, their similarities and differences, deconstructing old techniques and constructing new ones. Methods includes interviews with important industry professionals, academic and professional news about the performing arts, book reviews, and historical documents. Methods will embody everything about the craft and entertainment of acting, from culture to spirituality to truth.
The Journal of Beat Studies is devoted exclusively to the scholarly criticism of Beat Generation writing and writers. Its mandate is to provide readers with intelligent and penetrating criticism across the range of Beat writing, including fiction, poetry, drama, autobiography, life writing, travel writing, and screenplay writing. The ultimate goal of the journal is to advance the quality of Beat Studies scholarship through application of diverse critical perspectives that address Beat production as both complex art and cultural critique.
Volume 4 is now available.
The Journal of Comics and Culture studies the comic and the rapidly evolving medium of the graphic novel and its connection to the wider world of popular culture. Original monographs, research, history, book reviews, and analysis reflect the innovative creative talents in the field, ground-breaking works, and how comics and the graphic novel both reflect and inform American culture.
In the past 40 years comics have moved from occupying a decidedly lowbrow niche at the margins of pop culture to the center of the popular and critical imagination. Comics—a catch-all term that encompasses monthly comic books, graphic novels and web comics—are embedded in, relate to and comment upon other forms of media like film, painting, and the novel.
The Journal of the Early Book Society for the Study of Manuscripts and Printing History publishes several substantial articles on the history of the book, with emphasis on the period of transition from manuscript to print. This annual journal’s main focus is on English and Continental works produced from 1350 to 1550. Additionally, JEBS includes brief notes on manuscripts and early printed books, descriptive reviews of recent works in the field, and notes on libraries and collections. Edited by Martha W. Driver.
Lex Naturalis publishes articles that consider the relevance of natural law theory to contemporary philosophical and legal discussions and debates. With its roots in classical and medieval ideas about ethics and the "good," natural law continues to be a vital source of moral insight for a postmodern society. Edited by Walter Raubicheck.
Perspectives on Early Childhood Psychology and Education publishes original contributions for a broad range of psychological and educational perspectives relevant to infants, young children (to age 8), families, and caregivers. Journal articles incorporate evidence-based research, theory, and practice-within clinical, community, developmental, neurological, and school psychology perspectives. The journal accepts test and book reviews, literature reviews, program descriptions and evaluations, clinical studies, and other professional materials of interest to psychologists and educators working with young children.
Published twice a year, the Spring issue focuses on “Parenting and Young Children.” The Fall 2016 issue will be devoted to “Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.”
Woolf Studies Annual is a refereed journal publishing substantial new scholarship on the work of Virginia Woolf and her milieu. Each volume includes several articles, reviews of new books, and an up-to-date guide to library special collections of interest to researchers. The Annual also occasionally features edited transcriptions of previously unpublished manuscripts. Edited by Mark Hussey.