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About the American Historical Review

Circulation

8,500

Readership

College professors, historical administrators, editors, museum professionals, publishers, librarians, and students of history.

Average Monthly Page Views: 71,582
Average Monthly Unique IPs: 36,700
Average Available Ad Impressions: 71,582*
*Combined monthly leaderboard and skyscraper positions

Issuance

Five times per year: October, December, February, April, and June.

Online Version

The American Historical Review is now available electronically to members via Oxford University Press.

Sizes, Prices, and Requirements

  • Full Page

    7 x 10

    Trim size: 7¼ x 10¼

Specs

  • PDF files should be created using Adobe Acrobat Distiller 4.0 or higher. 

  • Files should be composite PDFs, not separated. 

  • All fonts and images should be embedded and subset below 100%. 

  • All ads should have an effective resolution of 300 dpi (minimum). 

  • Colour ads should be supplied as CMYK only (e.g. no RGB, Lab colour, ICC colour based or Pantone Colour). 

  • Monochrome bitmap images (line-art) should have an effective resolution of 1200 dpi. 

  • Half-tone dot range should be in the range of 3% to 95%. 

  • Ads set to the type area should be surrounded by a box, and have no registration marks or catch lines. 

  • Bleed ads should have crop marks set to the trim size dimensions, and will be trimmed accordingly. Please allow 3mm bleed on all four sides. 

  • Any vector-based objects with transparency effect must be rasterized to 600 dpi in the source file itself, before creating the PDF.

Full specs can be found in the 2017 AHR Media Kit

Deadlines

Issue Date Deadline
February 2018 Issue December 5, 2017
April 2018 Issue February 9, 2018
June 2018 Issue April 12, 2018
October 2018 Issue August 13, 2018
December 2018 Issue October 9, 2018

Contact

Carol Levine
Corporate Advertising Account Manager
t: 917-297-7114  
e: carol.levine@oup.com

AHR Still Has Highest “Impact” in History

The American Historical Review continues to have the highest "impact factor" among history journals, according to the new Journal Citation Reports from Thomson Reuters. 

The impact factor measures how often articles in a particular journal are cited by peer-reviewed journals in their database. While this is a rather crude gauge of the actual value of recent articles in these journals, it provides one of the few objective measures for testing the overall influence of journals. 

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AHR Now on eReader

AHR Mobile

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!

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