Canadian Journal of History: call for reviewers and authors
The <> is pleased to announce the table of contents for its Winter 2005 (volume 40, no. 3) and Spring/Summer 2006 (volume 41, no. 1) issues. In the former, our 40th anniversary issue, we feature:
Editorial reflections by John McCannon, Hugh Johnson, and Michael Hayden
Guest commentaries by novelist Guy Vanderhaeghe and news anchor Lloyd Robertson
“ ‘Revanche ou Relèvement’: The French Peace Movement Confronts Alsace and Lorraine, 1871-1918,” by Michael Clinton
“Liberal Internationalism, the League of Nations, and the Mandates System,” by Daniel Gorman
review article: “Rising to the Challenge: Historians and the ‘Impossible’ History of Paris,” by Ian Germani
The following will appear in the upcoming Spring/Summer issue:
“The ‘Forgotten’ Engineer and Colonial Proconsul: Sir Percy Girouard and Departmental Railway Construction in Africa, 1896-1912,” by John Mwaruvie
“John Bull in Search of a Suitable Russia: British Foreign Policy and the Failure of the Anglo-French-Soviet Alliance Negotiations, 1939,” by G. Bruce Strang
“Police and Presence: The Victoria Police and Public Impressions of Authority in Australia, 1900-1930,” by E. Rick Clapton (winner of our annual Graduate Essay Competition)
review essays on Wagner, Mahler, and Prokofiev by Ruth Starkman, J. Trygve Has-Ellison, and Francis Maes
The CJH/ACH also seeks reviewers for a number of new books in all subfields. We prefer that our reviewers hold the Ph.D. or equivalent degree. Canadian citizenship or residency is NOT required. For a list of available books (and our guidelines for reviewers), visit our website at www.usask.ca/history/cjh and follow the links to our “For Reviewers” page. To request a book, e-mail our editorial office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Likewise, the CJH/ACH invites authors to submit articles for possible inclusion in forthcoming issues. We publish in all subfields (our primary emphasis being fields OTHER than Canadian history). Although we can make no promises in specific cases, our submission-to-publication turnaround time is, on average, one of the fastest in the field. For more information about requirements and guidelines, see the “For Authors” page at www.usask.ca/history/cjh.
Subscription information is likewise available on our website. One-year subscriptions are available for individuals ($30 CAD or $25 USD), institutions ($37 CAD or $32 USD), and students ($16 CAD or $14 USD).
Department of History, University of Saskatchewan
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