Early American Newspapers Significantly Expanded with Series 12, 1821-1900

In January 2016 Readex will release Early American Newspapers, Series 12, featuring more than 1,200 19th-century titles collected by the American Antiquarian Society. Bringing online for the first time hundreds of rare short-lived U.S. papers, Series 12 will also offer an especially large number of titles in specific disciplines. For the study of economic and industrial history, agricultural and mercantile titles are included.

Seeking book reviewers for JHistory

Hello everyone.  

 I have been appointed as the new book review editor for JHistory and I’d like to invite anyone who is interested in reviewing a book to get in touch with me.   We have a long and impressive list of books available now and I’d love to start assigning them.  The list includes exciting new titles on a wide variety of topics, both US and international.  I would be eager to hear from both new reviewers and veterans. 

Our reviews typically run between 1000 and 1800 words.  I know we are all very busy and I will be flexible with deadlines.

Panel Proposal on Early American Religious Minorities in the Public Sphere and Civil Society for OIEAHC Conference in Worcester, MA June 2016

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Call for Papers
September 15, 2015

Seeking information: Letters to British newspapers and foreign news subsidies

Hello. I am currently working on my PhD at the School of Oriental and African Studies (London). One of my chapters looks at how Augustus Charles Hobart-Hampden (Hobart Pasha), and Henry Felix Woods (Woods Pasha), supported the Ottoman Government through letters in the British papers and articles in periodicals. The majority of these items were published between 1876-1900.


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