Tuesday, August 23, 2005

The International History Review

The International History Review is the only English-language quarterly devoted entirely to the history of international relations. Since 1979, the Review has established itself as one of the premier History journals in the world, read and regularly cited by political scientists as well as historians.An international journal on international history, the Review publishes articles, notes with documents, bibliographies, and reviews, on everything that affected, or was affected by, the relations between all states, throughout the world, throughout history. Diplomacy, trade, warfare, revolution, imperialism, cultures, social structures, mentalités, communications, and systems are some of the subjects studied from the ancient world to the Gulf Wars. Each issue is 240 pages long, contains four scholarly articles, at least one review article, notes with documents, often an essay and reflection, and about eighty book reviews.
The Review has subscribers in forty-eight countries, and has published the work of scholars from over forty.
The Review is published in March, June, September, and December. Each volume is comprehensively indexed, and is available on this website in both viewable and .pdf formats.
Editorial Advisory Board
Christon I. Archer (Calgary) Ralph A. Austen (Chicago) Timothy J. Brook (British Columbia) Richard W. Bulliet (Columbia) Paul A. Cartledge (Cambridge) Warren I. Cohen (Maryland) Donald Denoon (Australian National) Peter Duus (Stanford) Dane Kennedy (George Washington) John P. LeDonne (Harvard) Robert J. McMahon (Florida)
David O. Morgan (Wisconsin) Jürgen Osterhammel (Konstanz) H. M. Scott (St Andrews) Volker Sellin (Heidelberg) Geoffrey W. Symcox (UCLA) Neville Thompson (Western Ontario) Robert L. Tignor (Princeton) Henry A. Turner, Jr. (Yale) John E. Wills, Jr. (Southern California) Ian Wood (Leeds) Julian Wright (Oxford)


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