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Aboriginal Policy Studies

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Aboriginal Policy Studies is a new online multidisciplinary journal providing original, scholarly, and policy research on issues relevant to Métis, non-status Indians, and urban Aboriginal peoples in Canada.

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25 Jun 2013

American Frontiersman

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In the premier issue of American Frontiersman, the editors describe their publication and frontiersmanship in general as “not limited by epoch, nor is it geographically, cultural nor technological specific, and we cover it all—anything of timeless value and in the frontier spirit and mindset, from making and using historic weapons, to modern medicine, to living independently off the grid with high-tech.”

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25 Jun 2013

AP: Online Journal in Public Archaeology

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What is public archaeology? It is “the practice of presenting archaeological data and interpretations of that data to the public” (K. Kris Hirst, About.com).

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25 Jun 2013

Journal of Search and Rescue (JSAR)

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The Journal of Search and Rescue (JSAR) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal focusing on the subject of search and rescue, including, but not limited to, “rope rescue, water (flat, swift and marine), ice rescue, wilderness search and rescue, structural collapse rescue, trench collapse rescue, cave rescue, dive rescue, motor vehicle extrication, canine search, technical animal rescue, air rescue and mines rescue.”

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25 Jun 2013

ASIANetwork Exchange: A Journal for Asian Studies in the Liberal Arts

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The ASIANetwork began in 1992. It grew from a series of conferences to a consortium of over 170 North American colleges organized to encourage and strengthen Asian studies in undergraduate liberal arts education and to offer resources and programs to support firsthand experience of Asian cultures.

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25 Jun 2013

Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies

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The aim of Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies is to provide a dynamic, international forum devoted to Brazilian Studies, “where scholars from diverse disciplines in Humanities and Social Sciences will be able to publish their research, to establish academic discussion, exchange ideas, and draw on each other’s research within the field of Brazilian Studies.”

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05 Apr 2013

Fascism: Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies

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With Fascism, Brill combines open access with the subscription model: Fascism is described as “a full Open Access journal, which means that all articles are freely available online, ensuring maximum, worldwide dissemination of content, in exchange for an article processing fee.”

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05 Apr 2013

Chronika

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Chronika is an open access, graduate student publication that “aims to promote interdisciplinary dialogues and innovative approaches to the study of the past” (particularly of European and Mediterranean archaeology), and to publish this research in a timely fashion.

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05 Apr 2013

Gold Bulletin: The journal of gold science, technology and applications

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Mention “gold” and thoughts of jewelry and bullion usually come to mind. Published by the World Gold Council since 1968, the Gold Bulletin is the first journal dedicated to research on gold science, technology and applications.

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05 Apr 2013

Health Economics Review

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Health Economics Review (HER) is described by its publisher, SpringerOpen, as “an international high-quality journal covering all fields of Health Economics. . . . macro- and microeconomics of health care financing, health insurance and reimbursement, as well as health economic evaluation, health services research and health policy analysis..."

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05 Apr 2013

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