Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Communist Links

  1. Chiapas 95

  2. Communist Party of Australia
  3. Communist Party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist)

  4. Communist Party of Great Britain

  5. Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist Liberation)

  6. Communist Party of Iran

  7. Communist Party of Japan

  8. Communist Party, U.S.A.

  9. Communist Party of Vietnam

  10. CyberLeninism

  11. Enhedslisten - Tanskan punavihreä yhtenäisyyslista.

  12. Deutsche Kommunistische Partei
  13. Economic Democracy Information Network

  14. Driftline - Links.

  15. l'Humanité (France)

  16. In Defence of Marxism

  17. Industrial Workers of the World (IWW)

  18. International Bureau for the Revolutionary Party - Italy

  19. Ireland: Socialist Party

  20. Izquierda Unida - Espanja.
  21. Juventude CDU (Portugal)

  22. KSCM - CP of Bohemian and Moravia - Böömin ja Määrin Kommunistinen Puolue Tsekin tasavallassa

  23. Kommunistisk Parti i Danmark

  24. League for a Revolutionary Communist International

  25. League of Revolutionaries for a New America

  26. Lutte Ouvrière - French Trotskyist's Party

  27. LiberazioNet

  28. Manifesto, Il (Italy)

  29. Maoist Internationalist Movement

  30. Marxism Page

  31. Mediations (Journal of the Marxist Literary Group)

  32. Morning Star

  33. Munkáspárt - Unkarin Työväenpuolue

  34. New Communist Party of Britain
  35. Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library. "Welcome to our Web site. We are a research library that was set up by a group of volunteers and benefactors for the use of students, teachers, librarians, researchers, and community activists."

  36. On Practice, by Mao Tse-tung

  37. Palestinian People's Party

  38. Partei der Arbeit in Schweitz

  39. Partido Comunista del Uruguay
  40. - slow motion...
  41. Partido Comunista de Venezuela

  42. Partido Obrero (Argentina)

  43. PCR - Argentina

  44. Partito della Rifondazione Comunista (Italy) - Communist Refoundation Party from Italy.

  45. Vasemmistopuolue PDS - Saksa

  46. Portuguese Communist Party

  47. Portugal: Parties and Organisations

  48. Progressive Labor Party - in New York.
  49. Red Net News

  50. Regards, Journal of the French Communist Party

  51. Revolutionary Socialist Resources Page - Red Piranha - Socialist Information Pages.

  52. Socialisten (Sverige)
  53. Revolutionary Worker Online

  54. Rode Fane - Tidskrift for marxistisk teori og debatt

  55. Solid Net
  56. - "The Purpose of Solid Net ( Solidarity Network ) is to inform about the activities as well as the ideological and political views of different Communist and Workers' Parties on National and International issues."
  57. South African Communist Party

  58. Spark Website for progress.

  59. Suomen Kommunistinen Puolue

  60. SP - Hollannin Sosialistinen Puolue

  61. Tudeh - Iran.

  62. Vencerémos

  63. Venäjän Federaation Kommunistinen Puolue

  64. The Workers Party of Ireland

  65. Worker's Power

  66. Workers World

  67. Vänsterpartiet - Sverige.
  68. Museum of Communism and other Anti-Communist links.

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Journals of History on Internet

  1. Access: History by the University of Queensland, Australia.
  2. American Diplomacy- "Commentary, Analysis and Research on American Foreign Policy and Its Practise".
  3. American Folk - "People, folklore and popular culture".
  4. American Historical Review.
  5. Ancient History Bulletin, The.
  6. Anistoriton: History and Archaeology Magazine.
  7. Belarussian Historical Review.
  8. Business History Review California History Website, The.
  9. Canadian Journal of History "Annales canadiennes d'histoire... a Canadian journal of non-Canadian history".
  10. The Chronicle of Higher Education
  11. Chronicon - "An Electronic History Journal".
  12. Civil War Interactive- The Daily News of Civil War.
  13. Colonial Latin American Historical Review.
  14. Columbia Journalism Review
  15. Comitatus - "A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies"
  16. Common-Place: A Common Place, an Un-Common Voice
  17. Computers and Texts - "Computers & Texts is the journal/newsletter of the CTI Centre for Textual Studies. It is edited by Michael Fraser and published around March and August of each year. The printed edition is available free of charge to academics in the United Kingdom."
  18. Concord Review - Student essays...
  19. Current History "A Journal of Contemporary World Affairs".
  20. Daedalus
  21. The Digital Journalist - "A Multimedia Magazine for Photojournalism in the Digital Age"
  22. Diplomatic History is the only journal devoted to U.S. international history and foreign relations, broadly defined, including grand strategy, diplomacy, and issues involving gender, culture, ethnicity, and ideology. It examines U.S. relations in a global and comparative context, and its broad focus appeals to a number of disciplines, including political science, international economics, American history, national security studies, and Latin American, Asian, African, and European studies. The journal's editor-in-chief is Robert D. Schulzinger, professor of American Diplomatic and Recent U.S. History at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Thomas W. Zeiler, professor of American Diplomatic and U.S. Economic History at the University of Colorado at Boulder, is the executive editor.
  23. Diplomacy & Statecraft - "Diplomacy & Statecraft is an international journal which should be read by all those who have a professional or general concern with international history and the contemporary conduct of international affairs. It offers regular articles on diplomatic history, together with 'professional interest' items, such as reviews of recently declassified documents. Former diplomats and other practitioners contribute invaluable reflections on their experiences."
  24. The Early America Review - "A Journal of Fact and Opinion On the People, Issues and Events Of 18th Century America".
  25. Education Week on the Web - "American Education's Online Newspaper on Record".
  26. The Electronic Journal of Australian and New Zealand History - "The Journal is an initiative of the School of Humanities, James Cook University, and the Tasmanian School of Nursing, University of Tasmania, in association with H-Net, the International On-Line Network for the Humanities and Social Sciences, and the International Consortium for Alternative Academic Publishing."
  27. Elizabethan Review, The. - A scholarly journal devoted to publishing new research on Shakespeare and the English Reneissance.
  28. Encyclopedia Britannica.
  29. Enterprise & Society: The International Journal of Business History - Enterprise & Society is published by Oxford University Press in association with the Business History Conference
  30. Esoterica "Journal of Esoteric Studies".
  31. Essays in History "Essays in History, the annual journal sponsored by the Corcoran Department of History at the University of Virginia, is now in its fifth decade" ... "Essays in History seeks to publish articles based on primary sources in all fields of history by all scholars, from undergraduates to tenured professors."
  32. Essays in Medieval studies - Proceedings of the Illinois Medieval Association.
  33. Explorations in Economic History provides broad coverage of the application of economic analysis to historical episodes. The journal has a tradition of innovative applications of theory and quantitative techniques, and it explores all aspects of economic change, all historical periods, all geographical locations, and all political and social systems. The journal includes papers by economists, economic historians, demographers, geographers, and sociologists."
  34. Explorations in Reneissance Culture "is a biannual scholarly journal edited by Tita French Baumlin of the English Department of Southwest Missouri State University and published jointly by the South-Central Renaissance Conference and Southwest Missouri State University. EIRC is fully refereed by a board of nationally prominent scholars; a double-blind review process is used."
  35. Feminist Collections: A Quarterly of Women's Studies Resources "FEMINIST COLLECTIONS: A QUARTERLY OF WOMEN'S STUDIES RESOURCES contains news of the latest print and audiovisual resources for research and teaching in women's studies. Recent book reviews have treated such subjects as African American women writers, lesbians in popular culture, and women in the international marketplace. There are guides to new bibliographies and reference works, film and video critiques, computer updates, and news of out-of-the-way materials -- pamphlets, reports, rare book dealers' catalogs, microforms, and more. Thoughtful articles by experts explore women's publishing, Internet resources, library organization, archives, and other tools for feminist scholarship. New periodicals and special issues of journals in other disciplines are
    announced in each issue."
  36. Feminist Studies
  37. Film & History - "An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies"
  38. Flinders Journal of History and politicsThis journal is currently in abeyance. A new editorial team will soon be announced. In the meantime enquiries can be directed to jim.anderson(_@_)
  39. Foreign Affairs
  40. 49th Parallel - "An Interdisciplinary Journal of North American Studies"
  41. Gateway Service Center of Chinese Academic Journal Publications by East Asian Library, University of Pittsburgh.
  42. George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress, 1741-1799.
  43. Gouden Hoorn - Golden horn - Journal of Byzantium.
  44. The Hanover Historical Review - "A student-edited journal founded in 1992, The Hanover Historical Review is dedicated to the promotion of excellence in undergraduate scholarship and writing."
  45. Histoire et sociétés de L'Amérique latine - "La Revue HSLA"
  46. Histoire sociale/Social History - "La revue Histoire sociale - Social History publie des articles, des notes de recherche, des comptes rendus ainsi que d'autres textes contribuant à l'histoire sociale au Canada et ailleurs. Tous les genres de phénomènes sociaux d'ordre culturel, politique, économique ou démographique intéressent la revue, sans restriction méthodologique, temporelle ou spatiale. Elle accorde la priorité aux études intégrant explicitement plusieurs sous-domaines de l'histoire sociale et dont les sources, la méthodologie ou l'interprétation sont innovatrices."
  47. History & Theory - "Studies in the Philosophy of History"
  48. History Ireland Magazine.
  50. History Today
  51. Histos - The New Electronic Journal of Ancient Historiography at the University of Durham.
  52. Moving Ideas
  53. Imago Mundi - "The International Journal for the History of Cartography".
  54. Intellectual History Newsletter - "Published annually since 1979, the Intellectual History Newsletter features original articles, review essays, syllabi, and conference proceedings of interest to intellectual and cultural historians."
  55. International Security "International Security publishes lucid,well-documented essays on all aspects of the control and use of force, from all political viewpoints. Its articles cover contemporary policy issues,and probe historical and theoretical questions behind them. Essays in International Security have defined the debate on American national security policy and have set the agenda for scholarship on international security affairs."
  56. Journal of African History "The Journal of African History publishes articles and book reviews ranging widely over the African past, from the late Stone Age to the present. In recent years increasing prominence has been given to economic, cultural and social history and several articles have explored themes which are also of growing interest to historians of other regions such as: gender roles, demography, health and hygiene, propaganda, legal ideology, labour histories, nationalism and resistance, environmental history, the construction of ethnicity, slavery and the slave trade, and photographs as historical sources. Contributions dealing with pre-colonial historical relationships between Africa and the African diaspora are especially welcome, as are historical approaches to the post-colonial period."
  57. Journal of American History published by the Organization of American Historians.
  58. Journal of American History online from History Cooperative.
  59. Journal of the Association for History and Computing
  60. Journal of Conflict Studies - "The Journal of Conflict Studies is issued twice a year. It is dedicated to the publication of scholarly research in the field of low-intensity conflict studies."
  61. Journal of Interdisciplinary History - "The Journal of Interdisciplinary History features substantive articles, research notes, review essays, and book reviews relating historical research and work in applied fields-such as economics and demographics. Spanning all geographical areas and periods of history, topics include: social history, demographic history, psychohistory, political history, family history, economic history, cultural history, technological history."
  62. Journal of Family History
  63. The Journal of Military History - "The Journal of Military History, the quarterly journal of the Society for Military History, has published scholarly articles on the military history of all eras and geographical areas since 1937. The Journal is fully refereed. It publishes articles, book reviews, a list of recent articles dealing with military history published by other journals, an annual list of doctoral dissertations in military history, and an annual index."
  64. Journal of Modern History - Electronic edition. Published by the University of Chicago Press.
  65. Journal of MultiMedia History
  66. Journal of Policy History - " The Journal of Policy History provides an interdisciplinary forum for scholars concerned with the application of historical perspectives to public policy studies. The journal aims to encourage research into the formation and development of public policy while encouraging the application of diverse methods and theories to public policy and their politics within a historical perspective. In addition to social scientists and historians, the journal seeks to inform policy makers through a historical approach to public policy. The Journal of Policy History is intended to give voice to scholars interested in understanding public policies and their development through historical inquiry and interpretation. The journal publishes historical studies of specific policy areas and policy institutions, and explores continuities and shifts in policy over time. The journal encourages interdisciplinary research into the origins and development of public policy in the United States and other countries. Comparative historical approaches to the development of public policies are also welcomed."
  67. Journal of Radio Studies
  68. A Journal of Social History "At this site you will find abstracts from previous issues as well as information about upcoming issues." "It is one of the most often-cited historical journals in the United States. It is published quarterly by the George Mason University Press in Fairfax, Virginia."
  69. The Journal of Southern History - sponsored by Rice university
  70. Journal of Southern Religion - "Welcome to the first scholarly journal devoted to the study of religion in the American South. The Journal of Southern Religion is a fully peer-reviewed academic journal reflecting the best traditions of objective and critical scholarship in the study of religion."
  71. Journal of the Indian Wars.
  72. Journalism History - "Journalism History is published four times a year by the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, with the support of the History Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Journalism History seeks articles on topics related to the full scope of mass communication history. They may discuss individuals, institutions, or events. Manuscripts which provide fresh approaches and new, significant understanding about a topic in its broader context are especially sought. The journal also will consider topical essays, particularly if they are clearly argued and well supported with documentation."
  73. Labor History - "Labor History publishes original research in labor history, studies of specific unions and of the impact of labor problems upon ethnic and minority groups, the nature of work and class life, theories of the labor movement, biographical portraits of important labor figures, comparative studies and analyses of foreign labor movements that shed light on American labor developments, and studies of radical groups or of radical history as they relate to American Labor history."
  74. Labour/ Le travail: Journal of Canadian Labour Studies
  75. Law and History Review - "Law and History Review is America's leading legal history journal, encompassing American, English, European, and ancient legal history."
  76. Limina - "A Journal of History and Cultural Studies". LIMINA is a fully-refereed journal of historical and cultural studies published by a collective at the Department of History, University of Western Australia.
  77. Media History Monographs - "Media History Monographs (MHM) is a quarterly online journal devoted to publishing scholarly journalism and mass communication history works."
    Medieval History
  78. MERIA - Middle East Review of International Affairs".
    Military History Magazine
  79. Napoleon - International Journal of the French Revolution and the Age of Napoleon. "Since its introduction in 1996, Napoleon has earned critical acclaim for its provocative battle and campaign studies using European primary sources translated into English for the first time, original artwork and uniform illustrations by today’s leading artists, detailed color maps and orders-of-battle, book and game reviews, travel guides, and more. This quarterly publication’s impressive research, literate approach, and beautiful artistic presentation appeal to the scholar, aficionado and general reader alike."
  80. New Deal Network.
  81. New Mexico Historical review
  82. The New York Review of Books
  83. The North Star - "A Journal of African-American Religious History" "The North Star is published exclusively on the world wide web with two primary goals. First, in association with the Afro-American Religious History group of the American Academy of Religion, it provides information on events, new publications, research collections, and other resources in the field of African-American religious history. Second, we present peer-reviewed articles based on historical research that explore the religious cultures of people of African descent in the United States. While our interest is primarily in North America, we will on occasion publish work from other disciplines and/or that deals in a omparative way with other areas of the African diaspora, as well as with regions in Africa. We are committed to publishing the best new work in the field by senior and junior scholars. We also encourage graduate students working in this area to submit articles and book reviews and we hope to provide a venue for them to share their work and highlight new areas of study in the field. The journal is supported by Vassar College and by a grant from the American Academy of Religion."
  84. OAH Magazine of History by Organization of American Historians.
  85. Pacific Historical Review - "For over 60 years, the Pacific Historical Review has covered the history of American expansionism to the Pacific and beyond, as well as the post-frontier developments of the 20th-century American West. "
  86. Peace and Change - "A Journal for Peace Research publishing scholarly and interpretive articles related to the creation of a peaceful, just, and humane society."
  87. Perspectives Online - "The Electronic News Magazine of the American Historical Association".
  88. Picturing Justice - "The On-line Journal of Law and Popular Culture".
    National Archives - U.S.A.
  89. Radical History Review
  90. Relevance - The quarterly Journal of the Great War Society.
  91. Renaissance Forum - "An Electronic Journal of Early-Modern Literary and Historical Studies".
  92. Reviews in American History
  93. Reviews in History by Institute of Historical Research, London, UK: "- an electronic publication which reviews and reappraises significant work in all fields of historical interest, covering the principal areas of the subject as taught in institutions of higher education. Reviews covers publications ranging in time from the Middle Ages to date. "
  94. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society
  95. The Silents Majority: The On-line Journal of Silent Film
  96. Slavery and Abolition - a journal of slave and post-slave studies.
  97. Slavic Review
  98. Social Science Computer Review - "The Social Science Computer Review (SSCORE) is an interdisciplinary peer-reviewed scholarly publication of Sage Publications, issued quarterly since 1982. It covers social science research and instructional applications in computing and telecommunications, and also covers societal impacts of information technology."
  99. Social Science Research Network (Social Science Electronic Publishing) - "Social Science Research Network (SSRN) is devoted to the rapid worldwide dissemination of social science research and is composed of a number of specialized research networks in each of the social sciences."
  100. Soldier and War - Military history, Reenacting and Miniature Wargaming Magazine.
  101. (South-African)Military History Journal.
  102. Southern Cultures - "Southern Cultures, published by the University of North Carolina Press, is dedicated to the exploration of what makes the South the South. In this on-line version of Southern cultures we make available images and sounds that could not be included in the print version. New to Southern Cultures Online is a music section, with samples of more than forty recordings. In addition, we have included the text of most of our book reviews, indexed by issue and author's name, and fully searchable."
  103. Speculum "A Journal of Medieval Studies".
  104. Studies in Bibliography by the Bibliographical Society of the University of Virginia.
  105. Studies in the World History of Slavery, Abolition and Emancipation
  106. Teaching History: A Journal of Methods - "Teaching History began in 1976 with the goal of providing history teachers at all levels with the best and newest teaching ideas for their classrooms. We invite you to join us as a contributor, a reviewer, and a subscriber, and to share your best ideas with other teachers who care for the future of history."
  107. Traditio - "Traditio celebrates in 1995 fifty years of achievement as a leading journal of ancient and medieval history, thought, and religion, drawing on contributions from European and American scholars."
  108. War, Literature & Arts - "Published by the English Department at the U.S. Air Force Academy".
  109. Washington Post Book World
  110. The Wilson Quarterly Online - "Surveying the world of ideas". "The Wilson Quarterly is an international review of ideas and information written and edited for the general reader. Its crisp reports and reviews survey the latest thinking in every field, from foreign policy to science to belles lettres"
  111. Winterthur Portfolio. "Published since 1964, Winterthur Portfolio provides insight and analysis into America's rich heritage by publishing articles on the arts in America and the historical context within which they developed. Art, in this context, is used in its broadest sense and includes all the material objects of human ingenuity that satisfy functional, aesthetic, or symbolic needs. WP's articles highlight research from America's early colonial period through the twentieth century and present a diversity of innovative perspectives on American material culture with findings from various disciplines such as literature, decorative arts, ethnology, American studies, folk studies, art history, cultural history, archaeology, cultural geography, architecture, anthropology, and social, intellectual, and
    technological histories."
  112. Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal

New blog for links

As surfing editor of Sedis Blog (only in Finnish) I often find interesting links. But of many only few links are actually "usefull" for my daily texts. And in my browser the list of favourites is already too long.

I found out today that many of my Finnish blogger colleagues are keeping a separate blog for their findings on Internet. Not a bad idea, I thought, and here are the results.