The eHistory Bulletin is a peer-reviewed, refereed academic journal of history that targets undergraduates, secondary school students, and the general public as an audience. As more people turn to the internet for research purposes, The eHistory Bulletin seeks to provide a reliable source of historical information through the dissemination of general articles, book reviews, and critical reviews of websites related to history.
Manuscript Submission Guidelines
The eHistory Bulletin welcomes submissions of general history articles relating to any area or time period of history. Authors should keep in mind that the audience of The eHistory Bulletin consists of undergraduates and the general public. Authors should include their name and institutional affiliation. All manuscripts will be subjected to peer-review that will ensure the anonymity of both the author and the reviewers.
Manuscripts submitted to The eHistory Bulletin should not be submitted simultaneously or previously published in other publications.
Submissions must be sent as an attachment in an e-mail to:
The preferred format is Microsoft Word, version 7.0 or higher for the PC. Macintosh users and/or other formats must include format information in their e-mail, or the manuscript will not be accepted.
Authors should adhere to the guidelines set forth in The Chicago Manual of Style. Footnotes are preferred over endnotes. Diacritical marks should be avoided. Transliterations of non-Latin alphabets should follow generally accepted guidelines for each particular language. We also ask that authors include a brief bibliography for further reading.
Book and Website Review Guidelines
The eHistory Bulletin seeks books that that fit one of two criteria:
Works that would be of interest to the general public as well as the academic world.
Works that challenge commonly held notions of history.
Publishers who wish to have their titles considered for review should send copies for review to:
Book Review Editor
The eHistory Bulletin
1351 Felland Street
Stoughton, Wisconsin 53589
For additional information contact:
The eHistory Bulletin welcomes independently submitted reviews of history related websites.
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