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The sites listed here are electronic journals, available on the web, that deal with cultural issues. A related page lists websites dealing with cultural issues that are also available on the web.
Culture & Tradition
| URL: http://www.ucs.mun.ca/~culture/
Canada's longest running bilingual folklore journal. Topics generally covered by the Journal include the traditional arts, music, cuisine, architecture, beliefs, cultural psychology, and sociological structure of regional ethnic, religious and industrial groups in Canada.
| URL: http://info.utas.edu.au/docs/flonta/
A multilingual electronic publisher of proverb studies and collections and a great source of proverbs in different languages.
The Edge: The E-Journal of Intercultural Relations
| URL: http://www.interculturalrelations.com
The Edge publishes works that have an intercultural theme, including academic papers/essays, biographical/travel stories (fact or fiction), book reviews, poetry, photographs, paintings, drawings, teaching resources, short audio clips, etc.
TESL-EJ: Teaching English as a second or foreign language
| URL: http://www.tesl-ej.org/wordpress/
TESL-EJ is a fully refereed journal created for teachers of ESL/EFL that has been on-line since the spring of 1994. The editorial board, headed by Maggie Sokolik, is made up of educators from around the world. To date, 10 issues with an impressive selection of articles and reviews of books, software, and Web sites are available.
(Outside the Americas, you can access the mirror sites at the University of Bremen (Germany) or Kyoto Sangyo University (Japan) for faster downloading.)
The Internet TESL Journal: For teachers of English as a second language
| URL: http://www.aitech.ac.jp/~iteslj/
The Internet TESL Journal is a monthly Web journal launched in 1995 by Charles and Lawrence Kelly. This journal has a very practical bent. In addition to articles and research papers, it includes ongoing student projects including self-study quizzes, crossword puzzles, and treasure hunts. It also offers an amazing collection of more than 3,500 Web links, both for students and teachers.
Language Learning and Technology: A journal for second and foreign language educators
| URL: http://llt.msu.edu
Mark Warschauer, Lucinda Hart-Gonzalez, and Irene Thompson are the co-editors of Language Learning and Technology, a journal that came on-line in July of 1997. According to Mark, this new electronic journal was created to encourage research on the use of technology in language learning and to make this research available to a broad range of educators throughout the world in a timely fashion.
The Language Teacher Online
| URL: http://www.jalt-publications.org/tlt/
This site contains excerpts from The Language Teacher, the monthly publication of JALT (the Japan Association for Language Teaching).
An international journal of literature and full-color art from around the globe, which was created for the purpose of promoting understanding and appreciation amongst diverse cultures, nationalities and points of view through outstanding writing and art in all genres.
Wandering the Web
| URL: http://www.tesol.org/pubs/magz/wanweb.html
This is a regular column in TESOL Matters, which provides a wealth of very practical information and resources for teachers.
The CAL Reporter
| URL: http://www.cal.org/pubs/CALReporter
This is a newsletter put out by the Center for Applied Linguistics, a non-profit organization. The goal of the organization is to provide a clearinghouse for information, research, and projects dealing with culture and language within an educational and social context.
Culture & Tradition
Focus on folklore and ethnographic research.
The International Institute of Educational Development (IIED) On-Line Journal
| URL: http://garnet.acns.fsu.edu/~sullivan/IQ/
Discussion pertaining to international economic, political, and ethnic issues.
Journal of Studies in International Education
| URL: http://www.ciee.org/journal.cfm?subnav=journal
The Journal of Studies in International Education is published semi-annually by the Council on International Educational Exchange. The Journal publishes research, essays, and reviews on international education.
Journal of World Anthropology
| URL: http://wings.buffalo.edu/academic/department/anthropology/jwa
Interdisciplinary journal with an emphasis on research and education. The journal is no longer being published, but back issues are still available.
The Anthropological Review Database
| URL: http://wings.buffalo.edu/ARD
A new project, by the same people who created the Journal of World Anthropology, the Anthropological Review Database, publishes reviews of books, films, audio-visual products, educational multimedia, and computer programs, Web projects, and anything else that seems worthwhile.