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JVC now included in the Thomson Reuters Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities Citation Indexes®

2011 January 29
by lisa hager

Reading Room of the British Museum, London. Illustration from the Illustrated London News, 1857. Courtesy of the trustees of the British Museum; photograph, J.R. Freeman & Co. Ltd.

We are pleased to announce that the Journal of Victorian Culture has been accepted for inclusion in the Thomson Reuters Social Sciences and Arts & Humanities Citation Indexes®. Index entries will begin with volume 13 (issue 1) 2008 and JVC will receive its first Impact Factor later this year.

The news has been welcomed by the Journal’s editorial team. Helen Rogers commented, “We are delighted that the quality of articles and diversity of scholarship being published in JVC have been recognized in this way. JVC is committed to publishing work of interest to researchers across a range of disciplines and we are certain this will be reflected in the citation levels that will be reported”.

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