The Winter 2023 issue of the peer-reviewed, open-access NJ Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal is now available. Click here: New Jersey Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal (rutgers.edu)
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We are accepting submisisons on a rolling basis. If you’re working on scholarship related to the Revolutionary War, we’re especially eager to hear from you and see if your work might be a good fit for publication with us. But we never limit our content to one time period, geographic region, or topic — in every issue, there’s a little something for everyone, and we think that’s a true strength of the Journal. So keep those submissions coming on all New Jersey topics! Please be sure to adhere to the submission guidelines posted here. Email editor Melissa Ziobro, email@example.com, for more information.
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In June 2015, the New Jersey Historical Commission and Rutgers University Libraries, in partnership with Monmouth University, launched a new, peer-reviewed journal that publishes the most recent scholarship and educational materials about New Jersey’s history and more.
Titled New Jersey Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, it is available free of charge. The Journal is published twice annually, in the Winter and Summer. Contents include peer-reviewed articles, invited talks, featured archival documents and artifacts, teachers’ guides, book, exhibit, and film reviews; and more. The journal also publishes select award-winning graduate and undergraduate student papers.
Metrics show that to date, the Journal has scores of readers from around the globe.
A debt of gratitude is owed to all contributors, to the editorial board, and to the many peer reviewers who have generously volunteered their time to ensure all material published is of the highest quality.