The Johns Hopkins University Press

Press Journals based at Johns Hopkins

Eight scholarly journals published by the Press have close ties to faculty members or academic departments at Johns Hopkins. The oldest, the American Journal of Mathematics, was established in 1878, making it the oldest continuously published scholarly journal in the United States. The most recent is The Hopkins Review (New Series) which launched in 2008.

American Journal of Mathematics
Johns Hopkins Department of Mathematics

Bulletin of the History of Medicine
Johns Hopkins Institute for the History of Medicine

ELH: English Literary History
Johns Hopkins Department of English

Late Imperial China
Johns Hopkins Department of History

MLN: Modern Language Notes
Johns Hopkins Department of German and Romance Languages and Literatures

SAIS Review
Paul Nitze School of Advanced International Studies

Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action
Johns Hopkins Urban Health Institute

The Hopkins Review (New Series)
Johns Hopkins Writing Seminars