Trends in cancer

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : TRENDS IN CANCER

 

From the  website for the journal:

Trends in Cancer is a new member of the Trends review journals, offering concise and engaging expert commentary articles that address key frontline research topics and cutting-edge advances in the rapidly changing field of cancer discovery and medicine. The journal provides a unique platform for multidisciplinary information, discussion and education that is valuable for scientists, clinicians, and policy makers, as well as patients & advocates. The latest opportunities, challenges and potential impact of basic, translational and clinical findings, industry R&D, technology and innovation, ethics, or cancer policy and funding are equally presented and debated in an authoritative but reader-friendly format.

Critical issues to be covered in the journal include: Adult and Pediatric Cancers; Personalized Medicine; Tumor Microenvironment, Resistance and Metastasis; Immunotherapy; Metabolism; Genetics and Epigenetics; Diagnostics, Biomarkers and Treatment; Epidemiology and Cancer Prevention; Cancer related Ethics, Policy and Funding Initiatives.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2015) to present.

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Journal of Pacific Archaeology

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Journal of Pacific Archaeology

 

From the  website for the journal:

“The Journal of Pacific Archaeology aims to publish promptly on research in the archaeology of the islands and continental margins of the Pacific Ocean, both northern and southern hemispheres. Contributions on relevant aspects of related subjects such as biological anthropology, historical linguistics, environmental sciences, material culture, ethnography, and history are also invited. The Journal of Pacific Archaeology is an international peer-reviewed journal that is published twice a year, for the New Zealand Archaeological Association, by the University of Otago. It supercedes the New Zealand Journal of Archaeology, published 1979-2008.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2010) to present.

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PaleoAmerica

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : PaleoAmerica: A journal of early human migration and dispersal 

 

From the Taylor & Francis website for the journal:

PaleoAmerica disseminates new research results and ideas about early human dispersal and migrations, with a particular focus on the Americas. It fosters an interdisciplinary dialog between archaeologists, geneticists and other scientists investigating the dispersal of modern humans during the late Pleistocene.

“The journal has three goals: First and foremost, the journal is a vehicle for the presentation of new research results. Second, it includes editorials on special topics written by leaders in the field. Third, the journal solicits essays covering current debates in the field, the state of research in relevant disciplines, and summaries of new research findings in a particular region, for example Beringia, the Eastern Seaboard or the Southern Cone of South America. Although the journal’s focus is the peopling of the Americas, editorials and research essays also highlight the investigation of early human colonization of empty lands in other areas of the world. As techniques are developing so rapidly, work in other regions can be very relevant to the Americas, so the journal will publish research relating to other regions which has relevance to research on the Americas.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2015) to present.

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The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z :  The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology

From the Sage website for the journal:

“The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology is a leading international journal for the publication of Egyptological research. The journal publishes peer reviewed scholarly articles (main articles and brief communications), fieldwork reports, and reviews of Egyptological books. It is published twice a year.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 85 (1999) to present. Access from 1914 to 4 years ago is available via JSTOR.

Access Journal of Language and Politics via the Journal Search or from the iDiscover record.

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Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies

From the Project muse website for the journal:

Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to traditional, anthropological, social, and applied archaeologies of the Eastern Mediterranean, encompassing both prehistoric and historic periods. The journal’s geographic range spans three continents and brings together, as no academic periodical has done before, the archaeologies of Greece and the Aegean, Anatolia, the Levant, Cyprus, Egypt, and North Africa.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2013) to present.

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History of Humanities

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : History of Humanities.

From the University of Chicago Press website for the journal:

History of Humanities, along with the newly formed Society for the History of the Humanities, takes as its subject the history of a wide variety of disciplines including archaeology, art history, historiography, linguistics, literary studies, musicology, philology, and media studies, tracing these fields from their earliest developments, through their formalization into university disciplines, and to the modern day.

“By exploring the history of humanities across time and civilizations and along with their socio-political and epistemic implications, the journal takes a critical look at the concept of humanities itself.”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2016) to present.

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Public Archaeology

New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Public Archaeology

From the T&F website for the journal:

Public Archaeology is the only international, peer-reviewed journal to provide an arena for the growing debate surrounding archaeological and heritage issues as they relate to the wider world of politics, ethics, government, social questions, education, management, economics and philosophy. As a result, the journal includes ground-breaking research and insightful analysis on topics ranging from ethnicity, indigenous archaeology and cultural tourism to archaeological policies, public involvement and the antiquities trade.

Key issues covered:
• the sale of unprovenanced and frequently looted antiquities

• the relationship between emerging modern nationalism and the profession of archaeology

• privatization of the profession

• human rights and, in particular, the rights of indigenous populations with respect to their sites and material relics

• representation of archaeology in the media

• the law on portable finds or treasure troves

• archaeologist as an instrument of state power, or catalyst to local resistance to the state”

Now available to the University of Cambridge electronically from volume 1 (2000) to present.

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