Dress, the journal of the Costume Society of America, has been in publication since 1975 (We have access from 1997). It represents the highest level of scholarship and addresses many diverse areas of study including examinations of dress in art, social history, anthropology, and material culture. The journal also invites work on fundamental concerns such as theory, research methods, and analytical and interpretative papers that describe and place dress in cultural or historical context.
Published on behalf of the Yale School of Drama/Yale Repertory Theatre. Theater focuses on contemporary theater and has covered theater and ecology, new music-theater, South African theater, theater and social change, new Polish directing, and theater and the apocalypse.
Theatre Research International publishes articles on theatre practices in their social, cultural, and historical contexts, their relationship to other media of representation, and to other fields of inquiry.
Publishes articles in various fields of performance scholarship, including theater and performance studies, dance studies, music history and criticism, ethnography, new and digital media, cinema studies, and cultural studies; as well as queer, critical race, and post- and decolonial theory.