Retrospectives: A Postgraduate History Journal is pleased to announce the publication of its 2014 edition.
The 2014 edition is free to view and download, and contains articles on topics such as the decapitation of Anglo-Saxon Saints, and an account of the changing responses towards productions of the WW1 play Journey’s End. All of which can be accessed at http://retrospectives.org.uk/current-issue-2014
Retrospectives is an online graduate journal run and published by postgraduate history students at the University of Warwick. Retrospectives is dedicated to the publication of original, peer-reviewed refereed articles and book reviews by postgraduate students within any historical era. It specialises on early modern to contemporary history, with a focus on the ‘non-traditional’ aspects and other aspects reflected in the University of Warwick’s research community.
Retrospectives is now accepting papers for its 2015 issue.
All papers submitted for publication should be between 4000 and 7000 words, including footnotes/endnotes and bibliography. Longer or shorter articles may be considered, with notice.
We are also accepting book reviews, ranging between 500 to 1000 words. Review articles, addressing two to four books with a common theme, can be between 1500 to 4000 words.
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