Huntington Library Quarterly

The Huntington Library Quarterly, launched in 1937, has been integral to the scholarly profile of The Huntington for over eighty years. Today it is an important interdisciplinary venue for academic studies of British and American history, literature, and art history in the early modern period. The journal's reputation for excellence in humanities research is reflected in its broad international readership:

  • 2,250 institutions worldwide—primarily university and college libraries—subscribe to the journal
  • scholars access nearly 150,000 journal articles annually, from over 30 countries
  • the journal ranks in the 96th percentile among literary journals worldwide, according to SCOPUS, which assesses scholarly journals' impact

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