Humanities and Social Sciences H–Net
H-Net is the largest online professional reviewing archive of books, articles and journals, media archives and galleries, research resources and discussions for scholars, teachers, and the interested public. There are over 46,000 free book reviews available on the web, email and in PDF.
Bryn Mawr Classical Review (BMCR)
The BMCR includes peer-reviews of scholarly classical studies (including archaeology) from 1990 to the present.
Marginalia LA Review of Books
Marginalia contains reviews, essays interviews, features and blogs on a wide range of subjects including literature, culture, history, theology, and religion.
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