Journal of Social History is a quarterly journal founded in 1967 by Peter Stearns. As a top-ranked journal in the field of social history, it is widely recognized for its high-quality and innovative scholarship and has from its beginnings served as a catalyst for many of the most important developments in the history profession as a whole.
The Journal of Social History has served as one of the leading outlets for work in this growing research field since its inception over 40 years ago. JSH publishes articles in social history from all areas and periods, and has played an important role in integrating work in Latin American, African, Asian and Russian history with sociohistorical analysis in Western Europe and the United States.
Since its foundation in 1986, the Mediterranean Historical Review has pioneered the steadily growing field of international scholarship focusing on the Mediterranean as a vast and complex hub of human interaction and relations, both geographically and historically. The journal seeks contributions on topics that transcend any particular locale or conventional periodization, and which explore the intricate mesh of contacts, relations, and influences within the Mediterranean context.
The European Review of Economic History is a major outlet for research in economic history. Articles cover the whole range of economic history -- papers on European, non-European, comparative and world economic history are all welcome. Contributions shed new light on existing debates, raise new or previously neglected topics, and provide fresh perspectives from comparative research. The Review includes full-length articles, shorter articles, notes and comments, debates, survey articles, and review articles. It also publishes notes and announcements from the European Historical Economics Society.
The Economic History Review is a peer-reviewed history journal published quarterly by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Economic History Society. It was established in 1927 by Eileen Power and is currently edited by Sara Horrell, Jaime Reis and Patrick Wallis. Its first editors were E. Lipson and R. H. Tawney and other previous editors include M. M. Postan, H. J. Habbakuk, Max Hartwell (1960–1968), Christopher Dyer, Nicholas Crafts, John Hatcher, Richard Smith, Jane Humphries, Steve Hindle and Phillipp Schofield.
The editorial board of Cuadernos de Historia. Serie Economía y Sociedad has released an open call for contributions for its numbers 26 and 27 to be published in July and December 2021 respectively.
The Turkish Historical Review is devoted to Turkish history in the widest sense, covering the period from the 6th century, with the rise of the Turks in Central Asia, to the 20th century. All contributions to the journal must display a substantial use of primary-source material and also be accessible to historians in general, i.e. those working outside the specific fields of Ottoman and Turkish history. Articles with a comparative scope which cross the traditional boundaries of the area studies paradigm are therefore very welcome. The editors also encourage younger scholars to submit contributions. The journal includes a reviews section, which, in addition to publications in English, French, and other western European languages, will specifically monitor new studies in Turkish and those coming out in the Balkans, Russia and the Middle East. The Turkish Historical Review has a double-blind peer review system.
Editor: Antonis Anastasopoulos
Το Μορφωτικό Ίδρυμα της Εθνικής Τραπέζης (ΜΙΕΤ) και το Πανεπιστήμιο Κύπρου ανακοινώνουν ότι παρέχουν πλέον ελεύθερη πρόσβαση σε μια σημαντική ψηφιακή συλλογή: 458 τίτλοι σπάνιων ελληνικών περιοδικών του 19ου και του 20ού αιώνα -ορισμένοι εξ αυτών μοναδικά αποκτήματα της Βιβλιοθήκης του Ελληνικού Λογοτεχνικού και Ιστορικού Αρχείου του ΜΙΕΤ-, συνολικά 25.648 τεύχη, είναι επισκέψιμα χωρίς χρέωση ή περίπλοκες διαδικασίες.
Le 25 septembre 2020, une séance de TransNum (cycle de séminaire sur la transition numérique), intitulée "un tournant numérique pour l'histoire économique ?", a abordé les relations mouvantes entre histoire et quantification, à l'occasion de la présentation de deux projets : RICardo - Research on International Commerce (par Béatrice Dedinger et Paul Girard) et DFIH - Data for Financial History (par Elisa Grandi) ; le tout étant précédé et suivi de réflexions historiographiques par Claire Lemercier et Émilien Ruiz (Sciences Po).
Τα Ιστορικά. Περιοδική έκδοση ιστορικών σπουδών, τχ. 71, Απρίλιος-Οκτώβριος 2020
Διεύθυνση: Βασίλης Παναγιωτόπουλος.
Έκδοση: Εκδοτικός Οίκος Μέλισσα & Μουσείο Μπενάκη
The Datini Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of a new series, Datini Studies in Economic History. Published by Firenze University Press Scientific Cloud, this new open-access series represents a major advancement in how we disseminate our publications.
The first issue of Journal of Applied History, vol. 1/1-2 (Jun. 2020) is published.
Individuals are eligible for free access to the Journal of Applied History until 31 December 2021, using access token JOAH4U.
In just a few months, the COVID-19 pandemic has become a simultaneous health and economic crisis of unparalleled magnitude. The COVID-19 pandemic will doubtless have many life-altering short- and long-term effects related to health. Researchers around the world have turned their attention to examining the causes and consequences of the current pandemic as it unfolds, as well as to drawing on prior disease outbreaks for lessons that may be relevant today.