2015 was a great year for Edinburgh University Press Journals. We published over 750 articles across 39 journals, several of our journals, including the Journal of Scottish Philosophy and Modernist Cultures, increased in frequency and we were delighted to welcome new arrival CounterText.
To celebrate this fantastic year of journals publishing we have selected some of our most downloaded articles and made them freely available to read – just so you can see what all the fuss is about!
Most read in 2015 ( in no particular order):
- ‘Covenant and Covenants in the Qur’an’ by Joseph E.B. Lumbard, Journal of Qur’anic Studies
- ‘The Sectarian Iceberg?’ by Michael Rosie, Scottish Affairs
- ‘The Crowd’ by Catherine Malabou, Oxford Literary Review
- ‘Editorial: Countertextuality and the Political’ by Ivan Callus and James Corby, CounterText
- ‘Education and the Relation to the Outside: A Little Real Reality’ by David Savat and Greg Thompson, Deleuze Studies
- ‘Debating Britain in Seventeenth-Century Scotland: Multiple Monarchy and Scottish Sovereignty’ by Roger A. Mason, Journal of Scottish Historical Studies
- ‘Statehood and lordship in ‘Scotland’ before the mid-twelfth century’ by Dauvit Brown, The Innes Review
- ‘The CrossFit Sensorium: Visuality, Affect and Immersive Sport’ by Lesley Heywood, Paragraph
- ‘Broken Bond: Skyfall and the British Identity Crisis’ by Christopher McMillan, Journal of British Cinema and Television
- ‘The Charismatic Adolescent in Rudyard Kipling’s Kim’ by Roisín McCloskey, International Research in Children’s Literature
PS. Look out for our new, fully Open Access journal Film-Philosophy, publishing with Edinburgh University Press from February 2016.