Publishing Your Work
AHR Will Retain Equality in Submission Policies
Randall Packard | Sep 1, 2013"Author-Pays" Model of Open Access at Odds with Journal's MissionThe movement to make academic resea...
What Counts: On Books, Articles, and Productivity
Paula Findlen | Sep 1, 2013Editor's note: This article continues a conversation started by Sara Maza in the September 2012 issu...
Three Old Boxes: Lessons from Research Gone (Partly) Awry
Kenneth Pomeranz | May 1, 2013Writing a new lecture last week, I went looking for some old notes—and found the academic equivalent...
Opening the Journal: How an Open-Access E-Journal Can Serve Scholarship, the Liberal Arts, and the Community
Hong-Ming Liang | May 1, 2013During this period of great turmoil for higher education, when the "usefulness" of liberal arts educ...
From Publishing to Communication: The AHA's Online Journey
Robert B. Townsend | May 1, 2013Readers open Perspectives on History expecting to find Robert Townsend's comprehensive and agile pre...
Mysteries of AHA Prizes Revealed (Somewhat)
James Grossman | May 1, 2013Nobody will ever get rich winning an AHA prize. We wish it were otherwise, and if anyone reading thi...
New Open Access Platform for the Humanities Launches
Jennifer Reut | Apr 1, 2013A recently launched initiative, the Open Library of the Humanities (OLH), has been received with int...
Allen Mikaelian | Apr 1, 2013But how is one to know what will interest one's readers? That is a difficult question. Clearly it is...
What Are Editors For?
Allen Mikaelian | Feb 1, 2013My first mentor in publishing, hearing of my desire to be an editor, suggested that I read Clarkson ...
The Future of the Newsmagazine
Allen Mikaelian | Jan 1, 2013From the Endnote column in the January 2013 issue of Perspectives on History