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Did you know that Routledge History provides you with a market-leading list of first class history research covering a wide and diverse range of topics? From the Sixties to earliest Chinese history, from cultural and social history across the world to rethinking the process of what historical research should be about - you will find it all here.
Routledge is delighted to announce a new partnership with the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society to publish their renowned peer-reviewed journal The Historian from January 2020. Watch this space for more information in due course!
Themed Article Collection from Cultural and Social History
The 2019 Social History Society Conference took place on June 10-12 and was the largest gathering of social and cultural historians in the UK. There were eight themes of the conference this year. We have compiled a collection of 20 articles from the Society title, Cultural and Social History, that fits with each theme. Please see the themes and articles below, and scroll down to read the full collection. All articles are free-access through December 31, 2019.
‘A Glass Half Full’? Women’s history in the UK
June Purvis, Women's History Review
Volume 27, Issue 1 (2018)
Modernism came flying: a micro-history of artistic internationalism and cultural encounters in US-Chilean relations, 1968
Roberto Velázquez, Cold War History
Volume 19, Issue 2 (2019)
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History Awards and Prizes
In continuing support for researchers at different stages of their academic careers, many of the journals that we work with at Routledge offer unique opportunities to showcase research of exceptional standard, whilst also providing substantial rewards for these achievements.
Calls for Papers
Browse our current Calls for Papers across the History journals portfolio.
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