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Bindings (University Libraries)
The pages of a book are held together by its binding. Sewn together, one after another, each page adds to the book, creating a whole. Bindings represents the continuing relationship between alumni and other supporters of The University of Iowa Libraries, its students and faculty.
Inquiries concerning content should be sent to: Kristi Bontrager, Editor University of Iowa Libraries 100 Main Library Iowa City, IA 52242 319-335-5867
B Sides (School of Library and Information Science)
Journal of the University of Iowa School of Library and Information Science
B Sides (ISSN 2155-6687) is an open access peer reviewed journal that showcases student and alumni work from The University of Iowa School of Library and Information Science, including writing, images, posters, presentation slides, audio recordings, and videos. It provides a space for current students and alumni to converse about their work and contribute to the scholarly literature of Library and Information Science.
Regarding early vinyl records, B sides were a place where artists could push themselves intellectually and experiment without being constrained by the forms that their record labels believed would be commercially successful. For collectors, musicians' B sides have become rare treasures that allow fans and scholars to more fully appreciate the nuances and intricacies of talented recording artists. The B side metaphor carried over from vinyl records to cassette tapes in the 1980s, when certain groups of underrepresented musicians weren't being heard because record labels failed to recognize the value of their creative processes and would not produce their work. Refusing to accept silence, these innovative musicians took initiative and began producing and distributing their own "mix tapes." Today, these musicians are considered among the most influential and important artists of that era.
B Sides, the journal of the University of Iowa School of Library and Information Science, proudly carries the B side metaphor forward by giving an underrepresented group of new scholars a voice to experiment, explore, and contribute to a growing field.
Dada/Surrealism is pleased to invite submissions for the forthcoming special number:
Dada and Surrealist Collections and Exhibitions. Exhibitions and Display in Dada and Surrealism (Guest editor: Kathryn Floyd). Details
“Wonderful Things”: Surrealism and Egypt (Guest editors: Patricia Allmer and Donna Roberts). Details
Dada, Surrealism, and Romania (Editors: Monique Yaari and Timothy Shipe). Details
Dada/Surrealism is an interdisciplinary journal publishing critical essays, bibliographies, book reviews, and primary documents on the Dada and Surrealist movements. Submissions are encouraged from scholars in Art History, Literature, Film Studies, Theater Arts, and a variety of other disciplines. We are especially receptive to contributions that use interdisciplinary techniques, reexamine basic concepts, or raise theoretical issues of contemporary interest.
Dada/Surrealism began publication in 1971 as the journal of the Association for the Study of Dada and Surrealism, an allied organization of the Modern Language Association. Issued in print from 1971 to 1990, numbers 1-9 were published chiefly at Queens College under the editorship of Mary Ann Caws, and numbers 10-18 were published at the University of Iowa under the joint editorship of Mary Ann Caws and Rudolf E. Kuenzli.
Dada/Surrealism is now a peer-reviewed, open-access electronic journal sponsored by the Association for the Study of Dada and Surrealism and published by the International Dada Archive, University of Iowa Libraries.
The complete contents of numbers 1-18 are listed on this website, but for a variety of reasons, only selected articles are available here as full-text documents. Back issues of the print journal are available for purchase.
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Electronic Journal of Africana Bibliography (EJAB) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal of annotated bibliographies published by the University of Iowa Libraries.
Iowa Geological Survey Annual Report (Iowa Geological Survey)
ISSN 2160-5270 (Print)
ISSN 2160-5300 (Online)
Many of the photographs used in these articles are also in the Samuel Calvin Photographs collection.
ISSN 2168-569X (Print)
ISSN: 2168-5738 (Online)
The Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies is a peer-reviewed publication edited by graduate students at The University of Iowa that mixes traditional approaches and contemporary interventions in the interdisciplinary humanities and interpretive social sciences.
ISSN 0743-2747 (Print)
ISSN: 2325-8845 (Online)
The Iowa Journal of Literary Studies was managed and edited by graduate students at The University of Iowa that published the work of people enrolled in graduate programs at the University. In 1993, the title changed to Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies.
This is a digital archives of Little Village magazine, a free alternative publication covering culture in Iowa City, Iowa, and includes back issues dating from July 2001 when the magazine was founded.
Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education (Teaching and Learning)
ISSN 2326-7070 (Print)
ISSN: 2326-7062 (Online)
The Marilyn Zurmuehlen Working Papers in Art Education publishes essays, scholarly articles, and images of art about the teaching, theory, and praxis of visual art annually. These works come from doctoral students in art education from top programs around the globe and are vetted through a presentation at the National Art Education Association’s annual conference.
Mathal/Mashal: Journal of Islamic and Judaic Multidisciplinary Studies is a double blind peer-reviewed, open access journal dedicated to scholarly discussion of topics present in the Islamic and Jewish thought, cultures, and practices from a variety of academic disciplines.
ISSN 1536-8742 (Print)
ISSN 2151-6073 (Online)
Medieval Feminist Forum is an online, peer-reviewed journal of interdisciplinary scholarship on women and gender in medieval studies.
Poroi is an online peer-reviewed journal for scholarship attuned to rhetoric in inquiry and culture.
Proceedings in Obstetrics and Gynecology is an open-access peer-reviewed journal of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Iowa.
The Educational Weekly, published in Chicago, was formed in 1877 as the consolidation of seven midwestern education journals. Specifically, it was the union of:
- The School Bulletin and Northwestern Journal of Education (Wisconsin)
- The Michigan Teacher
- The Illinois Schoolmaster
- The Nebraska Teacher
- The School (Michigan)
- Home and School (Kentucky)
- The School Reporter (Indiana)
By June 19, 1879, it was registered as second-class matter, and in later issues it proudly declared it was the first periodical entered at the Chicago Post Office as second-class matter. Its last issue was in 1881. It was intended to be renamed and continued as The Present Age and Educational Weekly.
The Goldfinch : Iowa History for Young People (ISSN 0278-0208 (print)) was published quarterly by the State Historical Society of Iowa from 1975-2000. It is an Iowa history magazine for children, ages 8 to 13. Each issue focuses on a theme (ranging from Immigrants to Diaries, from Home and Family to Iowa’s Kid Heroes) and includes articles, games, photos, and fiction. Print back Issues are available.
University of Iowa Studies in Spanish Language and Literature (World languages, Literatures & Cultures)
ISSN 0737-0679 (Print)
ISSN 2153-3695 (Online)
The Walt Whitman Quarterly Review is a literary quarterly sponsored by the Graduate College and the Department of English and published by The University of Iowa. WWQR is the official journal of the Walt Whitman Studies Association, affiliated with the American Literature Association.
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