Interested in learning how to publish your work in peer-review journals?

Join the FREE webinar focused on “How to Publish a Journal Article,” on Tuesday, February 9, 2021, 7 p.m. EST, as part of the Society for U.S. Intellectual History’s 2020-2021 annual meeting. Bring your questions for journal editors and authors! Registration is FREE but it is required, just click here.

The process of writing, revising, and, ultimately, publishing research in a peer-review journal can be complicated. At times, attempting to meet the expectations of editors, the field, and the always critical reviewer #2 can feel like a tall order. This roundtable brings together editors of peer-reviewed history journals and award-winning article authors to discuss the process of publishing your work in leading history journals. Panelists will discuss best practices for developing and successfully submitting (and revising) a manuscript, the relationship between the editor/reviewers and the author, and the particular challenges facing authors and journals during the current pandemic.

Join a diverse group of scholars in dialogue! Our panelists include: Andrew Klumpp (Annals of Iowa, State Historical Society of Iowa), Angus Burgin (Modern Intellectual History, The Johns Hopkins University), Verónica Martinez-Matsuda (Cornell University), Kate Masur (Journal of the Civil War Era, Northwestern University), and Josh Piker (The William and Mary Quarterly, College of William & Mary).