Having just blogged on the Journal for the Historical Jesus, it occurs to me that I don't think I have kept up to date in this blog with these developments. For those who have not heard, Continuum / T and T Clark International sold their journals to Sage, who are experts in the journals field, last November. There is a press release about it on Sage's website here:
Press Release (PDF)
Included among the journals are several of interest to the NT scholar, Journal for the Study of the New Testament, Journal for the Study of the Historical Jesus and Expository Times among them. See also this general listing:
Theology and Biblical Studies
Sage have got the materials up pretty quickly here, though it does not look like they have yet got the electronic journal access going. Presumably in due course that access will include some backlog from T and T Clark International too.
Now this impacts on other areas back at T and T Clark International including one I am directly involved with. Clearly we can't any longer have a Journal for the Study of the New Testament Supplement if the Journal for the Study of the New Testament itself is located elsewhere. So we are rebranding JSNTS as Library of New Testament Studies. Similarly, the former JSOTS becomes Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies. There will be more on this in due course; I'll put up a notice when the rebranding of the series is fully underway.