Conservative History Group journal (2003-2009, history of the Conservative Party, UK)
Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies (2007 to 2009 issues are now freely available online, in addition to the reviews from all issues)
RIAS Quarterly (The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland)
JOMEC journal (journalism, media, and cultural studies, Cardiff University)
New Comparison : A Journal of Comparative and General Literary Studies (1986-2004, British Comparative Literature Association)
Contrebis (history and archaeology of North-West England)
Historical Studies (Canadian Catholic Historical Association)
Tiresias (University of Waterloo Classical and Medieval Studies Undergraduate Journal)
Ok, JURN’s annual overhaul is complete. I’m calling it done — at least until the NewJour listings return. Onward to the five-year anniversary in February 2014!
Road to Emmaus : journal of orthodox faith and culture (Orthodox Christianity)
Perspectives : International Postgraduate Journal of Philosophy (University College Dublin)
Free sample chapters from academic publisher Peter Lang.
AJS Perspectives (Association for Jewish Studies)
The Libertarian Review (1974-1980)
Problematique : Journal of Political Studies (Quite funky, despite the title. Has a number of historical, philosophical, and cultural articles — “Politics of Meaning in Punk Rock”; “Spooked by the Demos: Aristotle’s Conception of the Good Citizenry Against the Mob”; “The Question of Capitalism in Pre-Confederation Quebec” etc)
Sample free book chapters from the University of Pittsburgh Press.
Additional class of free sample PDFs from Cambridge University Press books.
RSA Journal (Italian Association of North American Studies)
Rebuilding a Classical Studies newsletter (Mostly in Japanese but with some English articles – not included in Directory)
Groundings Ancients (An annual collection of the best undergraduate scholarly articles drawn from across four ancient Scottish universities)
Sample free book chapters from the University of Notre Dame Press.
PDF articles at http://www.researchgate.net
Enlightening Tourism journal (relevant to cultural tourism)
Pseudo-Dionysius (journal of the Classical Studies Society of the University of King’s College and Dalhousie University)
Prairie Fire Review of Books (review of books published from/about the Canadian Prairies)
2,000 PDFs at ART-Dok : Virtual Library for Art History, Heidelberg University Library.
Alpine Journal : journal of the Alpine Club (1960-2006, has regular sections with articles on mountain and mountaineering history, and also on the arts & literature)
Fathom (Thomas Hardy).
Cipango (Japanese Studies).
Maritime Studies / Maritime Anthropological Studies (has some occasional articles on history and folklore)
North Carolina Folklore Journal (the most recent two issues are freely available as full-text)
Heritage Learning (English Heritage)
Maritime Heritage Association Journal (Australia)
Sussex Industrial History (1970-2010)
Introduction to Heritage Assets series (English Heritage) (No longer appears to have a live entrance page for the whole series, but archive.is has archived their old page).
PDF chapters for Indian Ocean in Historical Perspective from the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
Added to JURN:
Alambique (Spanish and Portugese science-fiction and fantasy criticism)
Rural History Today (relocated)
etropic : electronic journal of studies in the tropics (“nature, culture, and society in tropical regions”)
Daedalus : Journal of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences (some issues free)
Bulletin : Magazine of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences (some issues free)
Since I could do it with only a few URLs, I’ve experimentally indexed articles at arxiv.org / cogprints.org / the PLOS journals / PubMed — to make JURN more useful for science/medicine.
JURN Search has been fully checked for the continuing presence of indexed articles in the Google Search results, via the use of adapted black-hat software originally intended for checking SEO back-links. Repairs of astray URLs were undertaken as a result. Both the JURN Directory and the JURN search-engine are now as up-to-date and free of link-rot as they can be.