The New England Journal of History : Call for Papers
The New England Journal of History is published twice a year by the New England History Teachers Association and is abstracted in Historical Abstracts. It is carried by University Microfilms and a number of libraries in the United States and abroad. The Journal seeks articles that promote scholarship of historical and educational significance authored by faculty and graduate students as well as independent scholars. The Journal is interested in works emphasizing research and pedagogy as well as museum and book review articles. Individuals whose book review or article is accepted for publication will receive a one-year subscription to The New England Journal of History.
Editor: Linda Morse, Foxborough Regional Charter School, Foxboro, MA
Style: The Journal uses the Chicago Manual of Style. Please use endnotes with notation in the traditional historical form.
Length including endnotes:
Research Articles: 3,000 to 7,000 words
Pedagogical Articles: 2,000 to 4,000 words
Review Articles: 1,000 to 3,000 words
Submission date: August 15 or February 15 for reviews
Submission format: Email as a word attachment to the attention of Linda Morse, Editor using: firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 1897, the New England History Teachers Association (NEHTA) is the oldest association of history teachers in the U.S. and has published its journal since 1943. You can visit the journal website at www.nejh.org and the NEHTA site at www.nehta.org.
Posted: July 14, 2015
Tagged: Calls for Papers