Later this year, the first issue of my new journal, Transnational Subjects: History, Society and Culture, will be published by Gylphi.
This is a fully peer-reviewed journal that will focus on transnational and cultural history post-1500 and also have interdisciplinary themes (members of the editorial board include people from architecture, art and literature as well as history). One of our goals is to carry short pieces as well as full-length research articles.
We invite essays on the nature of researching (and teaching) transnational history (4,000-7,000 words) and shorter report-type articles (<3,000 words) demonstrating transnational history work.
We also particularly welcome digital submissions, including audio/visual work that would not be suitable for a traditional journal. Digital content will also be peer-reviewed and published on our website.
The website will be up soon, but in the meantime this is an interim CFP. You can submit articles to me via email.
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