By Emily Stambaugh (Resource Liaison), UC Riverside

The eDuke Scholarly Collection has transitioned from Ingenta to Highwire, effective January 1, 2006.  Early activation began December 15, 2005 and was completed by the end of the year for all campuses. Duke University Press representatives expect that usage data will be more reliable and Counter-compliant through the Highwire service.

The eDuke Scholarly Collection consists of 29 titles published by Duke University Press:

  • American Literary Scholarship
  • American Literature
  • American Speech
  • boundary 2
  • Camera Obscura
  • Common Knowledge
  • Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa, and the Middle East
  • differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies
  • Eighteenth-Century Life
  • Ethnohistory
  • French Historical Studies
  • GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies
  • Hispanic American Historical Review
  • History of Political Economy
  • Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law
  • Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies
  • Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas (new in 2004)
  • Mediterranean Quarterly
  • MLQ: Modern Language Quarterly
  • New German Critique (new in 2006)
  • Pedagogy: critical approaches to teaching literature, language, culture, and composition
  • Poetics Today
  • positions: east asia cultures critique
  • Public Culture
  • Radical History Review
  • Social Science History
  • Social Text
  • South Atlantic Quarterly
  • Theater

Titles published by Duke University Press that are not part of the package include:

  • Neuro-oncology. Available Dec. 15, 2005 on Highwire.
  • Duke mathematical journal. Libraries may gain access through Project Euclid.  Backfile access can also be subscribed to, with a 20-year maintenance period (Duke University Press’s best effort at perpetual access).
  • Philosophical Review (ISSN 00318108).  Currently published by the Sage School of Philosophy at Cornell University.  Duke University Press will publish and distribute it through Highwire in 2006.
  • Publication of the American Dialectic Society (PADS).  This annual is only offered in print and comes with American Speech, which is in the package.  No plans to publish it electronically.

Titles that have changed publication status.

  • Neptantla: Views from South. Duke University Press ceased publication in 2003.  Earlier issues will remain on Project Muse.
  • Duke gifted letter.  Duke University Press will cease publication in 2006.  This is a newsletter/web site for families and gifted students.