80% of JURN’s entire URL list has now been checked for continuing presence of the URL path on Google Search. I check the specific URL path being indexed, and not just the basic domain (e.g.: for ITJ: The Intel Technology Journal , http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/research/ rather than http://www.intel.com). Broken URLs are being found/fixed or deleted as required.
Journal of Geek Studies (not peer-reviewed, but worthy)
Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture (now also indexing new primary URL)
Marvell Studies (Andrew Marvell)
Theological Education (two issue paywall)
Architectural Research in Finland (in English)
Kasvatus & Aika (history of education in Finland, in English)
Ethnologia Fennica (ethnography, in English)
ENTO : Musikologian Vousikirja (ethnomusicology in Finland, partly in English)
Iskos (archaeology in Finland, in English)
TRACE : Finnish Journal for Human-Animal Studies (partly in English)
Studia Orientalia Electronica (African and Asian studies)
Alue ja Ymparisto (Finnish regional and environmental studies, partly in English)
Global Perspectives on Legal History (book series from the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History)
Volcanica (volcanoes, inc. their vegetation)
The JURN Directory has been link-checked and updated.
Philament (University of Sydney)
BARS Review, The (British Association for Romantic Studies)
Archive Journal : Archives and Special Collections in Higher Education (indexing Essays only, not the roundtable transcripts).
Google has forcibly turned on “Search the entire Web…” on its Custom Search Engine control panels. It appears that this has switched off the ability to add/edit/delete URLs included in your CSE. Others are complaining about the same problem on the official forum, so it’s not just me. There’s no way to switch it back.
I’m hoping this is temporary and Google is just using this change to swop over a burned-out server. But, for the moment, you may get a slightly different JURN and GRAFT search experience than you expect. Sadly, it means you may see articles from predatory journals appearing in JURN results.
Update: seems to have been fixed, 15th Aug. Obviously it was just a temporary hiatus in order for Google to fix something behind the scenes.