Journal of Social History and Oxford University Press
The Journal of Social History: Societies & Cultures has joined Oxford University Press, beginning with the September 2011 issue.
Peter Stearns founded the Journal of Social History in 1967, and will continue to edit the journal out of George Mason University. As a top-ranked journal in the field of social history, it is widely recognized for its high quality and innovative scholarship and has from its beginnings served as a catalyst for many of the most important developments in the history profession as a whole.
Individual and institutional subscribers will receive renewal notices from OUP beginning in July. All current subscriptions include electronic access to issues back to 1996. The journal will also be included in Oxford Journals Digital Archive in 2012, making all issues back to volume 1, issue 1 available to institutional Archive subscribers.
As one of the top-cited journals in history, the Journal of Social History will expand and strengthen the Oxford Journals list in history. The journal will enjoy increased international exposure as it is featured at conferences and meetings in history and other related fields and is included in OUP’s library consortia agreements throughout the world.
Information on the Journal, online content, and subscription rates will be available on the Oxford University Press Journals website (http://www.oxfordjournals.org) beginning July 1, 2011.
Inquiries can be directed to:
US Journals Subscriptions Supervisor, Customer Service Department
Oxford Journals / Oxford University Press