Calling All Caribbean and Latin American History Scholars: History Compass Journal Wants Your Paper!
History Compass (www.history-compass.com), an online journal from Blackwell Publishing, is seeking survey papers on all topics of wide interest to the field of Caribbean and Latin American Studies.
History Compass covers all geographic regions (Africa, Asia, Australasia/Pacific, Britain/Ireland, Caribbean/Latin America, Europe, Middle/Near East, North America, World. Each of the sections is edited by at least one academic expert, who works with the Editor-in-Chief, Professor Mark Kishlansky (Harvard), and an international Editorial Board.
Essays should review new trends and developments in the field of Caribbean and Latin American history, offer fresh interpretations of important topics, or evaluate useful sources and documents for teaching. They should be written for scholars, tutors, students and / or teachers who are not necessarily specialists in the field.
Articles typically fall into at least one of the following three categories:
1) Survey of recent research and debates
2) Comparative look across sections or boundaries
3) State of the field.
History Compass offers authors:
ƒáFast publication, typically 8 weeks from acceptance of final version
ƒáA citable, peer-reviewed article, with a permanent URL
ƒáA wide, international audience through a global medium
ƒáA free PDF off-print of your article
ƒáYour own profile page on the site
ƒáFree individual access to the site
ƒáUsage statistics for your article
ƒáFree Blackwell book for prompt delivery
ALL ARTICLES WILL BE BLIND PEER-REVIEWED. Go to www.blackwell-compass.com for sample articles, author benefits, and submission guidelines. We look forward to your essay submission!
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