The AHA is pleased to announce that as of June 2016, Oxford University Press (OUP) has taken over distribution of AHA books and pamphlets. Many titles from AHA’s backlist and all forthcoming publications will be available on the OUP Academic website. AHA members will continue to receive a discount on all of our titles and can access discounted titles through the AHA’s member portal.
Since the 1950s, the AHA has maintained a diverse publishing program of books and pamphlets to serve the needs of history students, educators, and professionals. Publications include succinct overviews of current historical topics and fields, guides to teaching and learning in history, career advice for history graduates, and an annual directory of history departments and organizations. “We are thrilled to strengthen our long-standing relationship with Oxford University Press, publishers of the AHA’s American Historical Review, with this new partnership,” said Seth Denbo, AHA’s director of scholarly communication and digital initiatives. “By moving distribution and marketing operations for our books and pamphlets into Oxford’s capable hands, the AHA ensures the future of its diverse publishing program and extends the reach of its titles within the scholarly community.”
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