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Routledge is home to a high-quality portfolio of journalism journals, and uniquely publishes two journals specific to the history of journalism-- American Journalism and Journalism History. As the only two titles across the journalism field that focus on journalism history, both have strong readership and reputation across their societies and worldwide. Keep reading to learn more about the journals and what they offer to the study of journalism history.

Journalism History is proud to be the oldest peer-reviewed journal of mass media history in the United States. Published on behalf of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication's History division, the journal is an excellent venue for media history research, and even hosts their own podcast.

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As an official publication of the American Journalism Historians Association, American Journalism offers peer-reviewed research on media history in all national and transnational contexts. The journal seeks to provide its readers with new knowledge about media history and to foster innovative approaches to the study of media history.

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