Recent acquisitions to the AIIT library include several new issues of journals to add to our exisiting holdings. Although not currently accessible in the library, many of these journals latest issues are available in electronic form.
Afghanistan : Volume 3, Issue 2, October 2020 – journal of The American Institute of Afghanistan Studies, dedicated to the cross-cultural study of Afghanistan and its surrounding regions, delving into its rich history from a wide variety of humanities-focused angles. The journal covers all subjects in the humanities including: history, art, archaeology, architecture, geography, numismatics, literature, religion, social sciences and contemporary issues from the pre-Islamic and Islamic periods. Published on behalf of the American Institute of Afghanistan Studies by Edinburgh University Press. This issue includes a tribute to archaeologist Warwick Ball, founder of the journal, who has stepped down as Editor-in-Chief.
AIIT Library shelfmark: PER462 ; University of Cambridge: Electronic legal deposit (restricted access).
Indo-Iranian Journal : Volume 63, No. 4, 2020. The Indo-Iranian Journal (IIJ), founded in 1957, is a peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the ancient and medieval languages and cultures of South Asia and of pre-Islamic Iran. Published by Brill.
AIIT Library shelfmark: PER170 ; Full text online via institutional access or subscription only. Selected articles available to view on the Brill website.
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (JRAS) : Volume 30, Part 4, October 2020 (third series). JRAS is a double-peer-refereed quarterly journal, published with a broad multi-disciplinary approach to the history of Asia with subjects including: history, art history, linguistics and religious studies.
AIIT Library shelfmark PER178 ; Full text online for members of the Royal Asiatic Society and Cambridge University Press’ Cambridge Core via institutional access or subscription.
Journal of the American Oriental Society (JAOS) : Volume 140, No. 3, July-September 2020. JAOS publishes articles of research in the literatures and civilizations of North Africa, the Near East, South and Southeast Asia, Inner Asia, and the Far East. Published quartely by the American Oriental Society, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
AIIT Library shelfmark PER182 ; Full text online via institutional access or subscription to the American Oriental Society. Journal contents and article downloads are available on JSTOR.
ONS: Journal of the Oriental Numismatic Society : No. 239, Spring 2020.
The Oriental Numismatic Society is a world-wide network of those interested in oriental coins and money (collectors, scholars, and enthusiasts). The society publishes its journal quarterly and is issued to all members. The latest issue includes this article by AIIT trustee Joe Cribb, with Zhou Ti, Mitsuda Norifumi, and Chris Liu on ‘Sino-Kharoshthi Coins of Kucha: A New Discovery’ (pp 9-14).
AIIT Library shelfmark PER471 ; The journal is currently not available in electronic form.