Commencing with the 2013 volume (volume 26), Australian Religion Studies Review ISSN: 1031-2943 (print), ISSN: 1744-9014 (online) changed its title to Journal for the Academic Study of Religion ISSN: 2047-704X (print), ISSN:2047-7058 (online).
With the completion of volume 6, Journal of Applied Linguistics ISSN: 1479-7887 (print), ISSN: 1743-1743 (online) changed its title to Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice ISSN: 2040-3658 (print) ISSN: 2040-3666 (online)
In 2017, Gender & Language — ISSN: 1747-6321 (print), ISSN: 1747-633X (online) – increased to 4 issues per volume year.
In 2015 Sociolinguistic Studies — ISSN 1750-8649 (print); ISSN 1750-8657 (online) increased to four issues a volume year (2 regular and one double issue).
All Equinox journals are available online (as enhanced PDFs) as well as in print. Click Equinox Journals kbart spreadsheet to view the online start issues of each journal.
Institutions may chose Print & Online or Online Only.
Access is via the Equinox site. Some journals are also available through EBSCO, or JSTOR (Calico Journal only). The Equinox site is accessed via IP validation or Shibboleth/SAML single sign on.
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- WAYFLess URL access
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Single Sign On Access
Equinox can now provide online access to its content via a single sign-on solution. This will allow off-campus access and will negate the need to keep your IP list up-to-update.
As a service provider that is part of the UK Access Management Federation for Education and Research group, access can be obtained to all journal online content via providers such as Athens, Eduserv and institutional IP systems which integrate into the UK Fed via Shibboleth / SAML2. In addition all full text access is accounted for in the normal way using the COUNTER scheme.
Full information on what information Equinox requires in order to provide access in this way is documented on the UK Fed site but in essence the only attribute that an identity provider must release for its users to be able to access the online articles is eduPersonScopedAffiliation. This is a scoped attribute, which might, for example, have the value “member” in scope “uni.ac.uk”, often written as: firstname.lastname@example.org
We also provide access via WAYFLESS Urls in the following format
- https://www.equinoxpub.com/start-session?entityID= is the starting URL
- and IDP_URL is the identity providers URL
- and RESOURCE_URL is the required resource