Arts & Humanities
“The addition of the Arts and Humanities content was a central reason why we decided to purchase Scopus. It is absolutely crucial to our university that the Arts and Humanities are covered in Scopus.”
- Librarian, Duquesne University
In June 2009, Scopus almost doubled its coverage of Arts & Humanities (A&H) by including 1,450 new titles. With nearly 3,500 A&H titles from around the world available on Scopus, researchers can enjoy broader access to high-quality journals in a variety of subject areas, such as literature, history‚ architecture and visual performing arts, at no additional cost.
The list of journals added to Scopus contains many prestigious titles, such as Mind (Oxford University Press), Transactions of the Royal Historical Society (Cambridge University Press) and Modern Philology (University of Chicago Press).
More than 1,000 publishers from around the world stand behind the expanded A&H content, including Project MUSE: a-not-for-profit full text platform of prestigious and current journals. Project MUSE has enabled Scopus to cover more titles with international relevance as well as broaden its coverage of local-language journals that represent the essence of A&H research.
Projects to broaden the coverage of A&H titles in Scopus are ongoing. To suggest a title for inclusion in Scopus, please complete this form