The Journal of the Holy Roman Empire is now accepting contributions for its fall 2006 issue. The journal is a peer-reviewed e-journal that offers original research on the history and culture of the Empire. We welcome contributions from all avenues of historical inquiry, including but certainly not limited to political, religious, gender, social, economic, and military history. The goal of JHRE is to foster scholarship on historical issues that cross the boundaries of the modern nation-state and of historiographical periodization. We encourage submissions with either a local or Empire-wide focus, but we especially hope to provide a forum for research that concerns more than one modern state or that considers Empire-wide institutions, culture, or history.
The Journal of the Holy Roman Empire is a biannual publication, issued every Spring and Fall under the auspices of the Society for the Study of the Holy Roman Empire. For information in contributions, see our website at www.jhre.org.
Dr. Tryntje Helfferich
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara CA 93106-9410
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