The Organization of American Historians publishes the and OAH Outlook, the membership newsletter of the OAH. We also publish the annual OAH Annual Meeting Program. Advertising is accepted in all publications. Follow this link for more information.
The Journal of American History is the leading scholarly publication in the field of American history and is well known as the major resource for the study, investigation, and teaching of our nation's past. Appearing quarterly since 1914—first as the Mississippi Valley Historical Review—the Journal has a distinguished history of its own, publishing many prize-winning and widely reprinted scholarly articles. The Journal also features historiographic essays and reviews of books, films, exhibitions, and Web sites. Its ongoing internationalization initiative places American history in a global context, and its Teaching the JAH project brings the latest scholarly research into the history classroom. The JAH Recent Scholarship bibliography is now available to OAH members as an online searchable database.
The Organization of American Historians is pleased to announce a new magazine for all of our members. The American Historian will cover the broad variety of needs and interests of our members, including primary and secondary teaching, professional development, research, recent scholarship, public history, digital history, and contemporary debates about the past. We believe that it will educate and excite OAH members and the entire U.S. history community. Learn more >
OAH Outlook: A Membership Newsletter of the Organization of American Historians, provides news of the organization and the history profession, as well as timely articles of professional and scholarly interest to OAH members. OAH Outlook appears quarterly each February, May, August, and November, and is an exclusive benefit of membership in the OAH.
Each year, the OAH releases its annual report. With reports from the president, executive director, executive editor, and treasurer, the OAH Annual Report places at your fingertips a comprehensive view of the organization’s programs and activities for the preceding fiscal year.
Published from 1970 through 2009, the quarterly OAH Newsletter provided news of the organization, legislative updates from Capitol Hill related to the history profession, and activities of members, during its nearly forty year run. The entire back file is now accessible, free of charge, at the OAH Archives, located at the Ruth M. Lilly Special Collections and Archives, on the campus of Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis.
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