Southeastern Review of Journalism History
The Southeastern Review of Journalism History is a peer-reviewed research journal devoted to the study of U.S. and international mass communication history. It is housed in the Department of Communication at Augusta University in Augusta, Ga., and is the official publication of the Southeastern Colloquium of the American Journalism Historians Association.
The review sees journalism history broadly and will consider all forms of mass communication that have had an impact on any area of print culture or journalism's past. Topics in previous editions have included column writing; coverage of major topics and events in national and international history (such as civil war, economic policy, frontier society, immigration, national liberation, racism, and slavery); muckraking, reporting arts, leisure, and sports; sensationalism; and travel writing, among other topics.
The Review accepts submissions from undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty. The journal publishes four articles per edition, three of which are anticipated to be student work presented at communication-related conferences.
The journal is also accepting book reviews of recently published books. Reviews should be not more than 1,000 words in length and focused on books that deal with some aspect of journalism history.
Editors Debra Reddin van Tuyll and David W. Bulla of Augusta University are coordinating submissions. Authors will be notified as soon as possible whether their research papers have been accepted for publication.
For submission of a research paper, please email Dr. van Tuyll at email@example.com
For submission of a book review, please email Dr. Bulla at firstname.lastname@example.org
To subscribe to the Southeastern Review of Journalism History, please visit the AJHA Donate page and select the Southeastern Review of Journalism History fund. Donations of $15 or more will entitle the donor to a one-year subscription.
Editor-in-Chief: Debra Reddin van Tuyll, Augusta University
Managing Editor/Book Reviews: David W. Bulla, Augusta University