Call For Papers: The Journal of History and Cultures

JHACThe Journalof History and Cultures (JHAC) is inviting postgraduates and early career academics to submit articles or book reviews for its next issue.

JHAC is a peer-reviewed online journal dedicated to pioneering new research in history and cultures. Drawing on the latest historical, cultural, political, social, and theoretical analytical research, JHAC’s overarching purpose is to foster lively and productive academic debate.

The Journal of History and Cultures is partly based in the Department of African Studies and Anthropology, University of Birmingham, and as such strongly encourages articles and reviews in the field of African Studies, especially from scholars based in the African continent.

We welcome articles on a broad range in both geographic and chronological terms, including local, regional, national and/or global foci from medieval right through to contemporary periods.

Articles should be between 5,000 and 7,000 words long (not including bibliography and footnotes). Book reviews should be between 750 and 1,000 words.

Submissions should be emailed to jhac@contacts.bham.ac.uk by no later than 26th June 2015. Please ensure that you have included all relevant contact information, including your name, the title of your manuscript, your professional or institutional affiliation and a permanent e-mail address.

Please contact us here or visit our website here for more details about submissions and available books for review.



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