Tag Archives: AHR

What’s in the December AHR?

The December issue of the American Historical Review will soon appear both in members' mailboxes and online. It includes an article on religiosity in eighteenth-century Mexico, an AHR Forum on "Histories of the Future," and an AHR Conversation on "The Historical Study of Emotions." There are four featured reviews, followed by our usual extensive book review section.

December 12, 2012

An Inside Look at the June 2012 AHR

The June issue of the American Historical Review is now available, both online and in print. The June issue contains a stand-alone article on medical testing in early 20th-century Algeria and an AHR Forum on historiographical turns that consists of four essays and two comments. There are also two featured reviews, followed by our usual extensive book review section. “In Back Issues” draws attention to articles and features in the AHR from 100, 75, and 50 years ago.

Are Citations the Best Measure of History Journals?

The American Historical Review was the most cited journal in history in 2010, garnering one in every eight citations to a history journal in 2010, according to a Journal Citation Reports analysis of references to 1,000 articles from 43 history journals. But does "most cited" equal "best journal"? Article By: Robert B. Townsend

American Historical Review – June 2011

The June 2011 issue of the American Historical Review includes two stand-alone articles—one on Argentine popular music and national identity at the turn of the twentieth century, the other on the responses to and effects of the earliest images of Earth from space—as well as an AHR Roundtable containing ten essays on "Historians and the Question of 'Modernity.'" There are also three featured reviews, followed by our usual extensive book review section. "In Back Issues" draws attention to articles and features in the AHR from one hundred, seventy-five, and fifty years ago. Article By Konstantin Dierks and Sarah Knott

American Historical Review – April 2011

The April 2011 issue of the American Historical Review includes an article on narcotics trafficking and territoriality in the interwar Middle East and an AHR Forum on "The Senses in History." There are also three featured reviews, followed by our usual extensive book review section. "In Back Issues" calls attention to articles and features in the AHR from 100, 75, and 50 years ago. Article By: Konstantin Dierks and Sarah Knott, Acting Editors, American Historical Review

American Historical Review – February 2011

The February issue of the American Historical Review opens with the 2011 AHA Presidential Address. Four articles range in subject from barbarians ancient and modern, to the first historian of human rights, to the Baghdadi Jewish diaspora, to the imperial policies of the Soviet state. The issue also contains three featured reviews and our usual extensive book review section. Article By: Sarah Knott and Konstantin Dierks
January 31, 2011