Open Enquiry (mostly art history)
Amodern (media and technology in contemporary culture)
Cine Qua Non (Film Studies, approx. half the articles are in English)
Revista de Estudios Bizantinos (Byzantine Studies, approx. half the articles are in English)
Syria Studies (Seems to have a rolling paywall of two years)
CHS Research Bulletin (Classical Studies)
JURN is now five years old, having launched in early alpha form with just 951 titles on 3rd February 2009. The current headline total of 4,690 titles works out at an average growth of around 750 titles per year, although in the calendar year of 2013 this had slowed to indexing around 350 new English language titles. However, the 350 figure was from my simple tallying from the “new titles added” blog posts — and this blog doesn’t report additions of non-English titles.
Actually, JURN’s headline total is probably an undercounting, since JURN can index nearly all French and Spanish language journals with a few “catch all” URLs for services such as Redalyc, Raco, Dialnet, and Revues. Also JStage in Japan. As their totals in humanities and arts steadily mount up, uncounted by me, so the total number of journals indexed by JURN automatically grows. The same is true of JURN’s use of single wildcard URLs that index all articles on a university’s dedicated open journal system (such as:
http://ojs.library.dal.ca/*/article/). These two factors mean that, if I were able to do a complete recount from scratch, the real headline figure for JURN would probably be well over 5,000 arts and humanities titles.
The centralised nature of science and biomedical meant that thousands of open journals in these areas could be added with little effort, and so they were experimentally included in JURN in late 2013 — although their numbers were not added to headline total of journals indexed.
The Directory of over 3,000 titles published in English continues to grow.
JURN continues to be robustly maintained and repaired.
Overall usage of JURN continues to grow, although it would be nice to have a publicity professional or two to help more people become aware of the service.
Bulletin of the World Health Organization (1947-) (Has many articles now of historical interest)
Google Research publications archive.
Getty Virtual Library (backlist of over 200 art history books available for free, including open PDF download)
Met publications (online publications of the Metropolitan Museum of Art)
caa.reviews (College Art Association, newly converted to open access)
Words & Silences (International Oral History Association)
Article Database for the Ottoman Language (11,000 PDF articles relating to Ottoman history, historical literature, and the historical Islamic sciences).
Stasis (European philosophy)
Transference (act and process of translation)
Carl Nielsen Studies (music)
Journals, Proceedings, and Books, at the Digital Library of the Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University. Titles which appear to have many or all articles in English include…
Brno studies in English (1959-2012) (previously indexed here)
Graeco-Latina Brunensia (“classical philology, classical archeology, ancient history, Medieval and Byzantine and later development of Greek and Latin languages”)
Central European journal of Canadian studies
Carl Beck Papers, The (1981-2013, political and cultural history of Russia and Eastern Europe)
Waters of Rome, The (Water studies and the history of the city of Rome)
TRAC : Proceedings of the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (Sadly has its PDFs hosted on Dropbox, meaning they’re not indexed by Google)
FAMSI Grantee Reports (ancient Mesoamerican cultures)
To make JURN more useful for science and biomedical JURN is now indexing these additional megajournals: PeerJ, Sage Open, SpringerPlus, eLife, Zootaxa, Nature Special Reports.
Checked all links for JURN’s indexing of free sample book chapters from scholarly publishers.