The Spring 2022 issue of the World History Bulletin will have the focus theme of “Religion in World History.” The thematic section of the bulletin will be under the Guest Editorship of Gregory Michna (Arkansas Tech University) and will explore the various intersections of religion, religious ﬁgures, and religious events with world history. The editorial staﬀ welcomes essays on any aspect of the issue theme and especially encourages classroom teachers to submit lesson plans and student-focused activities.
The World History Bulletin invites contributions to this thematic issue, which is focused, but not limited to the titular topic. It is especially interested in articles that share fresh research; present innovative teaching at all levels; or explore or interrogate valuable archives, collections, exhibits, ﬁlms, podcasts, and other sources and presentations for community and public history as well as research and teaching. It also welcomes short interviews with activists/advocates, artists, educators, writers, and scholars and small roundtables on a book or other work.
All essays and inquiries should be sent to Micheal Tarver, Editor-in-Chief at firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for submissions has been extended through March 15, 2022.