New Jersey Historical Commission launches new online scholarly history journal
The New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the New Jersey Department of State, is pleased to announce the publication of volume 124, number 1, the Fall 2009 issue of New Jersey History. Publication of the journal has now resumed after a hiatus of several years. Founded as the Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society in 1845, New Jersey History is now an online journal, published and
hosted by Rutgers University Libraries, in partnership with the Historical Commission, Kean University, the New Jersey Historical Society, the New Jersey Digital Highway, and Rutgers University Press.
Volume 124, no. 1 includes essays on the history of women's education,historical archaeology, and political history, in addition to a newcartographic survey of historic canals in the state and reviews of noteworthy recent scholarship on the state and region. All contents of the journal are available online, free of charge, at http://njh.libraries.rutgers.edu. All articles and reviews published in New Jersey History are licensed under a Creative Commons agreement, allowing them to be duplicated and shared without restriction as long as proper attribution is made to the original source.New Jersey History will publish online twice a year – in the fall and spring. Submissions to the journal should be scholarly articles (fully documented) but aimed at a non-specialized audience. The editorial staff welcomes essays from all disciplines, including law, literature,political science, anthropology, archaeology, material culture,cultural studies, and social and political history, bearing on any aspects of New Jersey's history. We are also interested in documents,
photographs, and other primary source material that could be published with annotations. For further details email the editor, Peter Mickulas, at email@example.com.
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