SUBMISSION TO CONNECTICUT HISTORY REVIEW
Connecticut History Review, a continuation of Connecticut History, is a publication of the Association for the Study of Connecticut History (ASCH), and appears twice annually, in the spring and fall. The journal is produced in cooperation with the University of Connecticut and receives financial support from the University of Connecticut. All authors desiring to submit original articles for publication consideration in Connecticut History Review may send an electronic copy of the proposed article (in .doc or .docx format) to the editor-in-chief. The author’s name should not appear on the submission itself. All articles and other submissions should conform to the Chicago Manual of Style, 17th ed., utilizing footnotes; seethe Style Sheet posted on the ASCH website [www.asch-cthistory.org]. Please provide both email and USPS mail addresses so that the editorial office may contact you regarding the receipt and possible acceptance of the proposed article. Articles and essays submitted to Connecticut History Review should not be submitted to any other publication while under consideration.
Dr. Marie B. McDaniel, Editor
Publishers and individual authors may submit a copy of relevant books to:
Professor Peter Baldwin, Book Review Editor
University of Connecticut
241 Glenbrook Rd., U-4103
Storrs, CT 06269
Peer Review Policy
Any submitted manuscript is immediately recorded in a database and then stripped of identifying markers. It is then read (by the editor and the editorial assistant) for its potential suitability for the journal and to make judgements on good peer reviewers. If it is potentially suitable it goes to two peer reviewers. Those peer reviewers do not know any identifying information about the author, nor do they know the other reviewer. Reviewers are asked to give constructive feedback and make a suggestion of accept, accept with minor revisions, revise and resubmit, reject.