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International Journal of Healthcare & Humanities

This is an open source journal which began publishing in 2008 and accepts original articles, papers presented at scholarly conferences, essays, poetry, creative writing, and Letters to the Editor. Work which examines the interface of health care and the humanities from a global perspective is welcome. All submissions will be peer reviewed as per standard practice, i.e. anonymously and with pre-established criteria for fit with the journal.

It is also a media-rich journal. Photographs and original artwork will be considered for publication after peer review by a jury of artists. All artwork including alternative media, paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, photographs, paper collage, assemblage, installation, digital manipulation, ceramics, and fiber will be considered and should be submitted in a digital format.

As each of us is pressed to think innovatively about keeping the humanity in health care, this journal offers examples of how words and images can combine to deliver a powerful message. Using graphic design or theater to address pressing problems in clinical care, a story that hints at why and how patients choose their own therapy, photographs that take us into different worlds, and poetry that speaks of loss, crisis, healing, and hope all offer a message that encourages and uplifts us.

-Cheryl Dellasega, Editor-in-Chief

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Pennsylvania History

Pennsylvania History

Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies is a quarterly journal that publishes the best of current scholarship on the history of the Commonwealth and the region. In addition to regular articles, the journal features annotated documents, book reviews, and reviews of museum exhibits, films, and historical collections. Published since 1934, Pennsylvania History is the official journal of the Pennsylvania Historical Association (PHA).

This site, created by the Pennsylvania State University Libraries and Press in cooperation with the PHA, is the official digital archive of Pennsylvania History. Here readers will find all back issues of the journal--beginning with Vol. 1 (1934) and continuing up through Vol. 72 (2005). One volume will be added to the archive each year forward . For current issues of the journal and for information on joining the PHA, visit the Pennsylvania Historical Association's website.

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Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography

The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (PMHB) is a quarterly scholarly journal and one of the country’s most prestigious state historical publications. Published since 1877 by The Historical Society of Pennsylvania, it is an important resource for those interested in a scholarly approach to state and local history, industry, genealogy, culture, and related subjects. For more information about the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, visit the society's website.

To subscribe to current issues of the journal or for information regarding submissions, visit the society's Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography page.

On this site, readers have access to a century of back issues of the journal, beginning with Vol. 31 (1907) and continuing through Vol. 129 (2005). One new volume will be added to the digital archive each year forward.

Issues Published 1907-2005

  • To search for authors, titles or words in the full text of issues from 1907-2005, visit the Archives on this site.

Issues Published in Other Years

  • If you have a Penn State Access account, the most recent issues in full text are available at The Historical Society of Pennsylvania's Website.
  • For access to Volumes 1-30 (1877-1906) in electronic format:
    • If you have a Penn State Access account, go to the full text of the earlier journal issues through the ProQuest American Periodicals Series database (you will see a different interface and search engine).
    • To locate other libraries that have copies, consult OCLC WorldCat, where you can search many libraries at once for an item and then locate it in a library nearby. You may need to be a member of a library that subscribes to WorldCat to view/download content or check out materials through its Web site. Search the magazine title PMHB.
    • Consult your local library for interlibrary loan options.
    • For some 20th century articles, serach Google Scholar.
  • A PMHB journal subscription is a benefit of membership in the Society and is also available to individual and institutional subscribers. Find out more about membership in The Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

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Western Pennsylvania History

Western Pennsylvania History is an important regional journal with extensively illustrated articles that cover numerous subjects including history, archaeology, cultural interests, sports, literature, architecture, railroading, folk art, and much more. It is published by the Senator John Heinz History Center, and has been a source of information and scholarship since 1918. The journal was originally published as Western Pennsylvania Historical Magazine, and in the 1990s as Pittsburgh History.

This electronic edition is available through the collaboration of the publisher and the Penn State University Libraries. One year of prior issues will be added to this electronic archive each year.

Issues not yet available electronically can be ordered in paper copy directly from the Heinz History Center.

For more information about the Magazine or to submit your work to the journal, visit its description on the Heinz History Center's website.

Contact Information

Heinz History Center
Alexis Macklin, Director of Library and Archives
Brian Butko, Director of Publications

Penn State University Libraries
Linda Friend, Head, Scholarly Publishing Services

Eric Novotny, Humanities Librarian and Acting Head, Arts & Humanities Library

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Women in Engineering ProActive Network

Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN) is a national not-for-profit organization with over 700 members from engineering schools, small businesses, Fortune 500 corporations, and non-profit organizations. WEPAN works to transform culture in engineering education to attract, retain, and graduate women. With a clear focus on research-based issues and solutions, WEPAN helps its members develop a highly prepared, diverse engineering workforce for tomorrow.

WEPAN’s network of members on 150 college and university campuses reaches 42,890 female engineering students or 60% of the female engineering students through campus-based programs and initiatives (WEPAN membership data and American Society of Engineering Educators [ASEE] Data Management System data). WEPAN’s Institutional Members have an average 15% higher enrollment of women in engineering, than non-member campuses.

This journal provides a record of the annual conference proceedings.

http://www.wepan.org/

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