Devoted to historical analysis from a global point of view, the Journal of World History features a range of comparative and cross-cultural scholarship and encourages research on forces that work their influences across cultures and civilizations. Themes examined include large-scale population movements and economic fluctuations; cross-cultural transfers of technology; the spread of infectious diseases; long-distance trade; and the spread of religious faiths, ideas, and ideals. Individual subscription is by membership in the World History Association.
Manuscripts should be addressed to Editor, Journal of World History,Department of History, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, 2530 Dole Street, Honolulu, HI 96822-2383, USA. Please submit two printed copiesof each manuscript along with electronic copy. All text, includingquotations and footnotes, should be double-spaced with generous margins.Footnotes should be numbered consecutively and should appear in aseparate section at the end of the article. Manuscripts should conformto the Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edition (Chicago: University ofChicago Press, 2003). Manuscripts and other materials will not bereturned unless accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
Books for review should be addressed to Book Review Editor, Journal of World History, Department of History, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, 2530 Dole Street, Honolulu, HI 96822-2383, USA.
Submissions for the World History Bulletin should be addressed to: Jared Poley, editor, firstname.lastname@example.org
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World History Connected www.worldhistoryconnected.com gladly welcomes submissions, including (a) essays on the state of the field, (b) topical overviews which cross regional boundaries to examine such issues as gender, technology, demography, social structure, or political legitimacy, (c) scholarship which rigorously engages global themes, (d) evaluation of curriculum, and (e) "point-counterpoint" essays presenting two or more perspectives on contentious issues. We are also looking for scholars to review recently published titles in the field of world history.
All submissions are double-blind peer reviewed. To submit an article, please send an abstract or completed essay to email@example.com. For matters of style and format, please follow the guidelines outlined in the style sheet. Deadlines for the fall issue are July 15, winter November 15, and spring March 15.
The Middle Ground is a peer-reviewed academic journal for everyone with an interest in world history, including students. In particular, the journal, which is edited by members of the Midwest World History Association, seeks to serve as the shared, common space between world history in the K-12 institutions and world history in the colleges and universities. Middle Ground invites submissions of articles and essays as well as nonfiction, fiction, film, and television reviews. It also publishes reviews of textbooks and reflective presentations of teaching materials. Submissions will be accepted on a continual basis. Please see the journal’s website forthe submission guidelines. All enquiries should be directed to the chief editor, Professor Hong-Ming Liang, at MiddleGroundJournal@Gmail.Com. For information on the journal, please visit
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