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[SOSC] Electronic Journal for Sociology

"Recognizing that sociology has much to offer in helping to understanding life in the world today, it is the mission of the EJS to bring sociological knowledge to the public in an easily accessible format. EJS presents research papers on topical or critical issues of today that are both scholarly and accessible. The EJS is thus offered free of charge to individuals, libraries, academic and commercial organizations".

[SOSC] Conversations with History

"In these lively and unedited video interviews, distinguished men and women from all over the world talk about their lives and their work. Guests include diplomats, statesmen, and soldiers; economists and political analysts; scientists and historians; writers and foreign correspondents; activists and artists.The interviews span the globe and include discussion of political, economic, military, legal, cultural, and social issues shaping our world. At the heart of each interview is a focus on individuals and ideas that make a difference."

[HUMA] Radical History Review

The Radical History Review organizes the journal around theme-specific issues only such as World History, The Americas, Empire, Transnational Labor Movements, etc. It invites "submissions of abstracts for a forthcoming thematic issue exploring the subject of religion and its historical relations to politics, culture and society."

Call for papers by 15 March 2006

[HUMA] Asia-Pacific Economic and Business History Conference

12-14 February 2007, University of Sydney, Sydney

The main theme for the 2007 conference is "Varieties of Capitalist Development and Corporate Governance"

[HUMA] 5th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities

12-15 January 2007, Honolulu, Hawaii

The main goal of this conference is "to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various arts and humanities related fields from all over the world to come together and learn from each other."

[HUMA] JOURNAL STORAGE (JSTOR) The Scholarly Journal Archive

JSTOR's mission is to help the scholarly community take advantage of advances in information technologies. Its goals are "to build a reliable and comprehensive archive of important scholarly journal literature, improve dramatically access to these journals and assist scholarly associations and publishers in making the transition to electronic modes of publication."

[HUMA] Theory and Psychology

"Theory & Psychology is a bi-monthly journal devoted to scholarship with a broad meta-theoretical intent. It examines such issues as the conceptual frameworks and foundations of Psychology, its historical underpinnings, its relation to other human sciences, its methodological commitments, its ideological assumptions and its political and institutional contexts. It fosters dialogue among psychologists and other social scientists interested in psychological analyses."

[HUMA] EServer

The EServer aims to provide "an alternative niche for quality work, particularly writings in the arts and humanities. It offers 45 collections on various topics such as Art & Architecture, Race, Internet Studies, Sexuality, Drama, Design, Multimedia, and current social issues. In addition, it "publishes hypertext and streaming audio and video recordings."

[HUMA] Humanist

"Humanist is an international electronic seminar on the application of computers to the humanities. Its primary aim is to provide a forum for discussion of intellectual, scholarly, pedagogical, and social issues and for exchange of information among members."

[HUMA] The Oriental Society of Australia: "World without Walls: Asia and the West."

University of Sydney, Australia

The aim of this conference is "to bring together scholars from all over the globe, not only to discuss the problems related to the study of history, culture and institutions of Asian countries but also to exchange news and views with our colleagues in the humanities and arts, particularly those who study cultures derived from Europe, the Americas and Australasia."