The Journal of American History is calling for papers that exemplify recent and important trends in North American borderlands history—broadly construed to include indigenous, imperial, transnational, interracial, and/or continental perspectives. The time period is open. We especially welcome research-based articles that expand the field’s conceptual, methodological, or disciplinary frameworks.
Selected articles will appear in the September 2011 issue. To be considered for publication, manuscripts must be received by September 10, 2010, and should not exceed 10,000 words (including notes).
Two hard copies with abstract pages included should be mailed to: Borderlands Issue, Journal of American History, 1215 East Atwater Ave., Bloomington, Indiana 47401-3703, usa. An electronic version should also be sent to: JAHMS@oah.org. Please indicate in the subject line that it is for the borderlands issue.
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