Emotion Review is a new fully peer reviewed scholarly journal published by SAGE in association with the International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE) from 2009.
Its unique aim is to publish a combination of theoretical, conceptual, and review papers — often with commentaries — to enhance debate about critical issues in emotion theory and research. Emotion Review publishes work across a wide interdisciplinary field of research that traverses many disciplines. In this respect, the journal is open to publishing work in anthropology, biology, computer science, economics, history, humanities, linguistics, neuroscience, philosophy, physiology, political science, psychiatry, psychology, sociology, and in other areas where emotion research is active.
The current edition of the journal is a Special Issue on the history of emotion, or more correctly, the history of emotions research from a range of disciplines including sociology, psychology, neuroscience and history. Contributors include Jonathan H Turner, Rom Harré and it is edited by Peter N Stearns. Subscription is free until 2010 for registered Sage users.