Cover for Connecticut History Review


Connecticut History Review

The only academic journal devoted to the history of Connecticut

The Connecticut History Review is a publication of the Association for the Study of Connecticut History (ASCH). The journal publishes twice annually, in the spring and fall.The journal serves many different constituencies: museum and historical society professionals, academic scholars, history buffs, graduate students, and educators. Each issue of the Connecticut History Review contains original research articles, book reviews, and research notes on the history and culture of Connecticut.

 

 

 

 

ASCH Membership Rates



Basic:
1 Year
  Institutions:
1 Year
  Students:
1 Year
Print Only
$35.00
  Print Only
$60.00
  Electronic Only
$25.00
Electronic Only
$35.00
  Electronic Only
$70.00
     
Print + Electronic
$40.00
  Print + Electronic
$80.00
     
 
           

Non-U.S. Postage: Canada/Mexico, $10.00; Other Non-U.S. Locations, $15.00

Prices shown are applicable to 2017 memberships.

Issued biannually (SPRING & FALL)

Basic membership includes inidividuals, churches, historical societies, and small museums.

 

Indexes

Content appearing in the journal has been indexed since 1974 in the database America: History and Life, and from 2004 in Academic Search Premier. Some content is also indexed in the Journal of American History Research Online.

 

Print Advertising



TBD

Advertising Terms & Contact Information

 

Online Advertising



Online ads appear on the Connecticut History Review pages at JSTOR.org.

Ad size: 300 (w) x 250 (h) pixels
Duration: 90 days
Rate: $150

Web traffic analysis is available.

Advertising Terms & Contact Information

 

Related Titles

previous book next book
Chicago's Grand Midway

A Walk around the World at the Columbian Exposition

Norman Bolotin with Christine Laing

Beyond Respectability

The Intellectual Thought of Race Women

Brittney C. Cooper

Lucretia Mott Speaks

The Essential Speeches and Sermons

Lucretia Mott Edited by Christopher Densmore, Carol Faulkner, Nancy Hewitt, and Beverly Wilson Palmer

Herndon's Lincoln

William H. Herndon and Jesse W. Weik. Edited by Douglas L. Wilson and Rodney O. Davis

Driven by Fear

Epidemics and Isolation in San Francisco's House of Pestilence

Guenter B. Risse

Harry T. Burleigh

From the Spiritual to the Harlem Renaissance

Jean E. Snyder

Slavery at Sea

Terror, Sex, and Sickness in the Middle Passage

Sowande' M. Mustakeem

Mary Lincoln's Insanity Case

A Documentary History

Jason Emerson