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Title (Alternative): Project MUSE eJournals
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Provider: Johns Hopkins University Press
Language: English
Subject Category: Social Sci. + Humanities
Subject: Religion, Political Science, Philosophy, Literature, History, Education, Economics
Keyword: Women's studies, Sociology, Sexuality, Psychiatry, Psychology, Population studies, Policy studies, Politics, Philosophy, Pacific studies, Indigenous studies, Native American studies, Music, Middle East studies, Renaissance studies, Medieval studies, Health, Medicine, Mathematics, Literary magazines, Library science, Law, Latin American studies, Linguistics, Language, Judaic studies, Irish studies, International relations, Iberian studies, History of science technology and medicine, German studies, Geography, Lesbian studies, Gay studies, French studies, Folklore, Performing arts, Theater, Film, Cultural studies, Classics, Caribbean studies, Canadian studies, Business, Book studies, Asian studies, Architecture, Art, Anthropology, American studies, African studies
Resource Type: Journal Collection
Access: Subscription
Scope: Max Planck Society
Reference Management: Information about importing records from this resource to EndNote
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Usage Conditions: Project MUSE - Standard Collection