Two distinguished journals have joined the Johns Hopkins University Press scholarly publishing roster. The addition of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (GJIA) and The Yale Review brings the total collection of journals published by JHU Press to 101.
The Yale Review, founded in 1819, is the oldest literary quarterly in the United States. It publishes new works by the most distinguished contemporary writers, explores the broader movements in American thought, science, and culture, and reviews the best new books in a variety of fields.
"JHU Press is thrilled to welcome the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs and The Yale Review to our publishing family," said Journals Publisher William Breichner. "For over 20 years, the GJIA has been giving voice to respected experts and eminent scholars in all areas of international affairs. The Yale Review has been a primary destination for the best in contemporary literature and ideas. With the addition of these titles to our catalog, we are happy to celebrate crossing the threshold of publishing over 100 scholarly journals across a variety of academic disciplines."