The American Historical Review (AHR) is the official publication of the American Historical Association (AHA). The AHA was founded in 1884 and chartered by Congress in 1889 to serve the interests of the entire discipline of history. Aligning with the AHA's mission, the AHR has been the journal of record for the historical profession in the United States since 1895-the only journal that brings together scholarship from every major field of historical study. The AHR is unparalleled in its efforts to choose articles that are new in content and interpretation and that make a contribution to historical knowledge. The journal also publishes approximately one thousand book reviews per year, surveying and reporting the most important contemporary historical scholarship in the discipline.
The June issue includes two articles, one on the French Revolution, the other on Russian soldiers in the First World War. They are followed by anAHR Roundtable: nine shorter essays in which a group of European historians discuss the researching, writing, and teaching of American history. Our usual extensive book review section includes seven featured reviews and two hundred regular reviews. "In Back Issues" draws attention to articles and features in the AHR from one hundred, seventy-five, and fifty years ago.
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The American Historical Review, dating back to its inception in 1895, is available for searching on the Oxford University Press database and through participating libraries. Click here to access. AHA members can log in for full text access to recent issues; click the link on My AHA under “Publications.”
AHR Now on eReader
The American Historical Review is on the go! AHA members can now download the AHR to read on the Kindle or other mobile devices. Click the link below to get your copy!