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A 'periodical' or 'serial' = any publication published regularly (includes magazines, newspapers, newsletters).
A ‘scholarly’/academic’ journal: periodical containing research articles, that is peer-reviewed, and aimed at researchers.
Peer review: every paper/article submitted to the journal is reviewed by independent experts. Papers are accepted/rejected based on quality.
Many research topics in Celtic Studies are interdisciplinary, i.e. overlap into other scholarly disciplines. Therefore, this list includes the most relevant resources from other likely disciplines (such as History, History of Art, Philosophy, Literature, etc.) as well.
Within Web of Science, scroll down the screen and deselect the “Science Citation Index Expanded” and the “Social Sciences Citation Index”, leaving the “Arts & Humanities Citation Index” ticked.
The International Medieval Bibliography is the leading bibliography of the European Middle Ages (c.400-1500CE).
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