The majority of journals in the library are online. To find journals on a specific subject, use the library's Journal Search and look at the "Journals by category" column on the left. This search also allows you to look for a specific journal, magazine, or newspaper title.
When you find a journal you want, click the Online access link. This will open the database that has articles from that journal.
The King Library does not have a specific browsing area for print journals, but most are shelved in the Lower Level by call number. To physically browse the collection, first determine which Library of Congress Classification letters and numbers correspond with your subject. You can use the call number to find bound print journals. Staff at the 1st Floor help desk can help you locate what you need.