The Journals@BDR collection is a growing archive of academic journals published by Brown University. The project began in 2017 as a partnership between Brown University Library and the Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies (POBS). As a pilot, it received a Cogut Foundation Humanities Initiative seed grant to: 1) archive the four periodicals published by POBS; 2) provide a model to other journals interested in being archived and published through the BDR; and 3) involve students in the project, by exposing them to the editorial process and providing them with the necessary training to assist with the continuous archiving and publication of those journals. As the pilot completes its goals, the collection welcomes any other Brown University journals that meet the criteria for being archived, which include: a review of editorial policies, the capacity to fund student involvement, and a commitment to open access.
BRASIL/BRAZIL: A Journal of Brazilian Literature (ISSN: 2526-4885), founded in 1988, publishes scholarly articles on Brazilian literature and in Comparative Literature with a focus on Brazilian literature, as well as book reviews, interviews with writers, English-language translations of Brazilian literature …View
Brown Undergraduate Journal of Middle East Studies (ISSN: 2641-6239) is the first journal at Brown University whose focus is on the Middle East and North Africa. It is an undergraduate-operated journal featuring work from Brown- and RISD-affiliated individuals, covering a …View
The e-Journal of Portuguese History (e-JPH) (ISSN: 1645-6432) is an international peer-reviewed scholarly journal with the objective of providing publication of work on historical subjects, especially those concerning themes and topics of Portuguese history analyzed in a comparative perspective. It …View
Pessoa Plural—A Journal of Fernando Pessoa Studies (ISSN: 2212-4179) is an international peer-reviewed scholarly journal dedicated to studies of Fernando Pessoa. It is published jointly by the Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies at Brown University, the Department of …View