The Connecticut History Review, the only academic journal devoted to the history of Connecticut, 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 articles, book reviews, website reviews and research notes on the history and culture of Connecticut.
The journal seeks original research articles on a wide variety of topics, spanning all aspects of Connecticut’s history. The Connecticut History Review is also interested in essays on special programs or holdings of historical societies and museums, as well as articles on history pedagogy and educational programs at both the collegiate and secondary level. There is no set word length on articles. In addition to article submissions, the journal solicits authors and publishers who would like to have their books reviewed. Click here for submission guidelines.
Articles appearing in the journal are indexed and available in full text (2004-2014) in America History and Life andAcademic Search Premier. Content is indexed in The Journal of American History. Connecticut History Review is published in cooperation with Fairfield University.