The Bulletin of Friends Historical Association
Call for Submissions
Quaker History invites submissions from new and established scholars, Quakers and non-Quakers, who are researching historical events and Quaker contributions to issues such as social justice, education, and diplomacy. The journal welcomes a variety of approaches to Quaker history, including original research articles, material culture studies, and historiographical essays. In addition, proposals are invited for focus issues of the journal that seek to present a range of perspectives on a single topic.
Manuscripts submitted to Quaker History should not be under consideration by any other publisher, nor may the manuscript have been previously published elsewhere.
Manuscripts should run 5,000 to 10,000 words including notes. In preparing manuscripts for submission contributors should use MLA or Chicago style, in MS Word format and send directly to the Editor, Julie Holcomb (Julie_Holcomb@baylor.edu) as a Word attachment. Submissions are subject to blind peer review.
To propose a focus issue of Quaker History, please submit to the editor a 500-word proposal describing the topic and the authors.
About Quaker History
Quaker History is published by the Friends Historical Association. The FHA is devoted to the study, preservation, and publication of material relating to the history of the Religious Society of Friends. Quaker History is sent to members of FHA free of charge. To join FHA, please visit our website at: www.quakerhistory.org/. Past issues of Quaker History are available online through JSTOR or Project MUSE.