New and Newly Acquired Journals

We are pleased to add eight journals to our portfolio for 2014. The new titles are available individually and as part of the Complete Chicago Package.*


Critical Historical Studies

Critical Historical Studies is a new interdisciplinary journal devoted to historical reflections on politics, culture, economy, and social life. In the broad tradition of critical theory, CHS explores the complex connections between cultural form and socioeconomic context throughout the ages and the world.


Freshwater Science—New to Chicago

Freshwater Science publishes articles that advance understanding and environmental stewardship of all types of inland aquatic ecosystems and ecosystems at the interface between aquatic and terrestrial habitats.


Gesta—New to Chicago

The major English-language journal devoted to the art of the Middle Ages, Gesta embraces all facets of artistic production from ca. 300 to ca. 1500 CE, in Europe, the Mediterranean region, and the Slavic world.

Getty Research Journal—New to Chicago #


The Getty Research Journal is a peer-reviewed periodical that publishes original research under way across the Getty's programs: the Conservation Institute, Foundation, Research Institute, the Museum and Villa. Published annually, the Journal seeks to foster collaborative scholarship among art historians, museum curators, and conservators internationally.



Journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists #

As the official research journal of the Association of Environmental and Resource Economists, JAERE publishes papers that are devoted to environmental and natural resource issues. The journal’s principal mission is to provide a forum for the scholarly exchange of ideas in the intersection of human behavior and the natural environment.


Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research—New to Chicago

The Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research provides a venue for rigorous empirical research into contemporary social problems, programs, and policies that can be used in public policy development and social work practice.


Marine Resource Economics—New to Chicago

Marine Resource Economics publishes creative and scholarly economic analyses of a range of issues related to natural resource use in the global marine environment. The scope of the journal includes conceptual and empirical investigations aimed at addressing real world oceans and coastal policy problems. MRE is an outlet for early results and imaginative new thinking on emerging topics in the marine environment, as well as rigorous theoretical and empirical analyses of questions that have long interested economists who study the oceans.


Pulmonary Circulation—New to Chicago

Pulmonary Circulation contains original research articles, review articles, case report, and guidelines that are related to the pulmonary circulation, pulmonary vascular disease and lung injury. PC allows diverse knowledge of research, techniques and case studies to reach a wide readership of specialists in order to increase treatment and survival rates the world over.


Renaissance Drama—New to Chicago

Renaissance Drama is dedicated to the investigation of traditional canons of drama, as well as to the exploration of the significance of performance in early modern cultures. Each peer-reviewed issue will question or apply newer forms of interpretation on the study of early modern plays, theater, and performance. The journal will publish twice annually, beginning with Volume 41.





Signs and Society

Signs and Society is a new multidisciplinary journal in the humanities and social sciences focusing on the study of sign process (or semiosis) in the realms of social action, cognition, and cultural form. Taking as its broad mission the study of “signs and society,” the journal publishes articles that analyze sign processes in some specifiable or generalizable social circumstance, historical period, or textual artifact.





I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance—New to Chicago

Since 1985, I Tatti Studies has been home to seminal scholarship in the Italian Renaissance. Beginning in 2013, I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance will be published twice annually, both in print and online, as a new editor and new editorial board affirm their commitment to groundbreaking work in every aspect of the literary, religious, artistic, performative, historical, social, and scientific dimensions of Renaissance Italy.


Grow your journal with Chicago

The University of Chicago Press publishes and distributes influential scholarly publications on behalf of learned and professional societies and associations, foundations, museums, and other not-for-profit organizations. We offer a full range of publishing and membership services that are tailored to the needs and aspirations of our partners. We welcome queries about our journal partnerships.

To talk with us about your publishing needs, please contact Kari Roane, Publisher, Journals Acquisitions.




  *Marine Resource Economics is not included in the 2014 CCP, but will be available to CCP subscribers in 2015. However, 2014 CCP subscribers are eligible for a discount of 30% off the list rate of Marine Resource Economics.
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