American Historical Association
For more than a century the AHA has worked to strengthen the study and teaching of history; to address the common concerns of the historical community; to represent the profession in policy matters; to provide timely and systematic coverage of research developments; and to disseminate new scholarship and information for its application in a variety of ways. The AHA's diverse publishing program serves these efforts in the advancement of historical knowledge.
In addition to The American Historical Review, the AHA produces a wide variety of publications, including a number of annual directories, bibliographies and resource guides, and individual booklets that address professional concerns. The AHA also publishes a unique pamphlet series, in which each pamphlet--written and peer-reviewed by recognized and acclaimed experts in the field--provides a synthetic overview of a specific historical topic in fewer than one hundred pages.
|1 Journal in JSTOR||Date Range|
|The American Historical Review||1895 - 2011|
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