Submitting Your Work to the AHR

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to submit an article to the AHR, how the review process works, how best to frame your submission, or what type of work the AHR is most interested in? In this special episode of AHR Interview, we invited three recent AHR authors to discuss precisely these questions. Our guests are Carina Ray of Brandeis University, Sana Aiyar of MIT, and Marc Hertzman of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. The articles they discuss are: Carina E. Ray, “Decrying White Peril: Interracial Sex and the Rise of Anticolonial Nationalism in the Gold Coast,” The American Historical Review, Volume 119, Issue 1, February 2014, Pages 78–110, Sana Aiyar, “Anticolonial Homelands across the Indian Ocean: The Politics of the Indian Diaspora in Kenya, ca. 1930–1950,” The American Historical Review, Volume 116, Issue 4, October 2011, Pages 987–1013, Marc A. Hertzman, “Fatal Differences: Suicide, Race, and Forced Labor in the Americas,” The American Historical Review, Volume 122, Issue 2, April 2017, Pages 317–345, You can learn more about submitting your work to the AHR at Music in this episode is “Outer Reaches” by Bio Unit.

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AHR Interview presents brief discussions with historians whose work has appeared in the American Historical Review, the official publication of the American Historical Association. Sometimes the interview accompanies an article or a featured review in a current or recent issue; other times it will feature a scholar who has recently been in the news, but whose work appeared in the journal in the past. These accessible and user-friendly podcasts highlight historical scholarship of wide interest and enormous import for issues of the day.