The Graduate History Review is a peer-reviewed academic journal managed by, and for, graduate history students. We are currently seeking submissions that explore different aspects of narrative and storytelling in the writing of history. Narrative, like anything, can be both problematic and beneficial in history writing, and we welcome articles and research notes that touch upon the roles narrative and storytelling play in the histories we read, write, and live. Potential topics include:
• Oral histories and the use of oral traditions in history
• Competing narratives and revisionist histories
• Histories involving or expressed through New Media, digital, and non-traditional mediums
• Issues around objectivity and subjectivity in history writing
• Popular incarnations of history, such as novels, film, and video games
• Storytelling in the practice of public history
We look forward to receiving your submissions!
The GHR accepts submissions from scholars working in all fields and periods of history. We accept submissions on an ongoing basis, but only submissions received before March 15 2019 will be considered for publication in Volume 8. All submissions must adhere to our Submission Guidelines and must not be under consideration with any other publication.
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