Access cutting edge research from Berkeley students & faculty

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Through the eScholarship platform, you can access high-quality, cutting edge, peer reviewed research produced and published by Berkeley graduate students and faculty without running into annoying (and expensive) paywalls.

We host journals covering a wide range of topics from educational diversity (Berkeley Review of Education) to emerging research in city and regional planning (Berkeley Planning Journal) to explorations of immigrant populations in Germany (TRANSIT).

Read about transnational Asian adoptees in the latest issue of Berkeley Review of Education published out of the Graduate School of Education.

Berkeley ethnomusicologist Christina Azahar writes about the songs of the civil war in El Salvador in Lucero, a journal dedicated to Iberian, Latin American, US Latino and Luso-Brazilian Studies.

The California Journal of Politics and Policy published by the Institute for Governmental Studies provides insights into all aspects of national, state and local government. In the latest issue, the article Guns, Grass, and God’s Wrath analyzes Colorado’s  recent elections and budget.

Check out the complete list of eScholarship articles.

Post contributed by Margaret Phillips, Education Librarian, Gender & Women’s Studies Librarian