On the Cover
Predatory journals aren’t new, but a recent AHA survey found that historians aren’t necessarily well equipped to judge their shady promises. For graduate students and early-career scholars, under increasing pressure to publish, guidance from advisers and mentors is crucial. As Debjani Bhattacharyya and Seth Denbo explain, it’s not just that predatory journals can harm a career, it’s also that these publications detract from scholarship as a whole.
From the Editor
- Townhouse Notes
Allison Miller | Oct 1, 2018
From the President
- How Did You Form Your Network?
Mary Beth Norton | Sep 14, 2018
From the Executive Director
- Results of the 2018 AHA Survey on Sexual Harassment
AHA Staff | Sep 27, 2018
AHA Annual Meeting
- No Theme for the 2020 Annual Meeting
John R. McNeill | Oct 1, 2018
- Anti-Semitism in Historical Perspective
Alex Lichtenstein | Oct 1, 2018
- Departmental Service with a Smile . . . Maybe!
Kevin Boyle | Sep 20, 2018
- Reaching Out
Julia Brookins | Sep 28, 2018
- Nominations Invited for AHA Offices, Terms Beginning January 2020
Liz Townsend | Oct 1, 2018