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Editorial Information

Editor
Gregory A. Borchard,  University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Assistant Editor
David W. Bulla,
  Augusta University

 

 

Journalism History

About the Journal

Journalism History seeks articles on topics related to the full scope of mass communication history, which may discuss individuals, institutions, or events. The journal features manuscripts that provide fresh approaches and a new, significant understanding about a topic in its broader context, as well as topical essays, especially if they contain clear theses with supporting documentation.  

In addition to content about traditional journalism, Journalism History welcomes submissions with historical angles on visual communication, public relations, advertising, scholastic journalism, media diversity, sports media, the business of journalism, media technology, oral history, media law and ethics, and documentaries. We also encourage cross-disciplinary and global collaboration so that the content of the journal increasingly reflects media history outside of U.S. borders and across disciplines. 

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Submission Instructions

To submit an article, please visit this page.

Why publish in Journalism History?

  • Make a significant impact. Journalism History is a well-established and highly respected journal.
  • Grow your readership. The journal has wide readership among the members of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, and across the globe.
  • Be an established author in your field. Essays published in Journalism History are related to the full scope of mass communication history.
  • Broaden your reach. Journalism History encourages cross-disciplinary and global collaboration.

Why publish with Routledge?

In addition to publishing in this prestigious benefits authors will be able to:

  • Validate your research through a robust, double-blind peer review process;
  • Increase your opportunities for future collaboration;
  • Share your research with 50 free e-prints and tips on promoting your article courtesy of our Author Resources site;
  • Immediately see the impact of your research made in the community: track downloads, citations, and the Altmetric Score of your article on My Authored Works;
  • and much more!