ABC-CLIO is seeking scholars to contribute 1,000-1,500 word articles to its forthcoming 21-volume World History Encyclopedia. The project, which will consist of approximately 8,000 entries written by hundreds of scholars, is led by world historian, Alfred Andrea, President-Elect of the World History Association and Professor Emeritus at The University of Vermont. The work will be organized via eight themes [Environment/Population, Society/Culture, Migration/Travel, Politics/Statecraft, Economics/Trade, War/Diplomacy, Thought/Religion, Science/Technology] threaded through nine different eras.
Please visit the URL listed below to view the list of open topics. These should be of interest to scholars of history, global studies, cultural studies, social sciences, and those in other humanities fields. In order to meet review standards, we do require that contributors hold a Ph.D., ABD, or have recognized expertise in the field.
Open Topics list available at:
If you are interested in writing any of the entries listed, please send a query letter and a c.v. to:
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