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A to Z Journal List
Find out what journals Warner Library has about your research topic! Here you can search by journal title or browse by subject.
A to Z Journal List Contains a searchable list of all the library's fulltext journal title holdings and locations.
Selected Electronic Journals
These journals are available through different database providers. To access them, you must sign in using your Eastern login (this is the same as your Brightspace and My Eastern logins).
The Historical Journal
The Historical Journal publishes papers on all aspects of British, European, and world history since the fifteenth century.
Published annually (in November) by the Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, Britannia is the foremost journal for the study of the Roman province of Britannia.
English Historical Review
First published in 1886, The English Historical Review is the oldest journal of historical scholarship in the English-speaking world.
Irish Studies Review
Attempts to reflect the variety of perceptions current in the field, & to promote multi- & inter-disciplinary approaches.
Journal of British Studies
Throughout its nearly four decades of publication, The Journal of British Studies has been recognized as North America's premier publication for the study of British history and civilization.
Scottish Historical Review
Covers all periods of Scottish history from the early to the modern, & encourages a variety of historical approaches
Have you found a journal article that library does NOT have full-text access to? Don't worry! We can get it for you within 48 hrs. and have it delivered straight to your email. This service is called Rapid ILL. To use it, access the link below. Research just got easier!
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