Scholarly Communication

  • The Academic Press Editor and You

    Perspectives Daily

    Brian Quinn | Apr 7, 2022

    Two sessions at AHA22 gathered book editors to offer advice on academic publishing.
  • Search Terms Up for Debate


    Tina Gross | Feb 15, 2022

    Librarians have worked to remove offensive, stigmatizing, and racist language from the Library of Congress Subject Headings for nearly a century.
  • Diffusion as Dilution?

    From the President

    James H. Sweet | Jan 24, 2022

    How do recent digital evolutions in academic production relate to the tried-and-true scholarly monograph?
  • Townhouse Notes

    From the Editor

    Laura Ansley | Dec 7, 2021

    As Perspectives enters its 60th year, we're making some changes to improve accessibility.

Most Recent

  • Another Digital Revolution

    Jacqueline Jones | Nov 9, 2021

    The generous support of librarians and archivists and a wealth of digitized materials helped Jacqueline Jones finish a book project during the pandemic.
  • #HATM

    Alexandra F. Levy | Oct 19, 2021

    Historians at the Movies, a social media watch party, has connected historians every Sunday night since 2018.
  • Tweeting to Find Community

    Varsha Venkatasubramanian | Mar 10, 2021

    Building an online presence, especially on Twitter, is an important professional task and an opportunity to join a vibrant, generous community of historians.
  • Graduate School Is a Foreign Country

    Susan Ferber | Feb 4, 2021

    When she decided a history graduate program wasn't for her, Oxford University Press editor Susan Ferber took her love of...
  • The Diffusion of Knowledge

    James Grossman | Dec 16, 2020

    An expanded definition of scholarship can bring new imagination to what we do as historians.

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