(PMJS) 'Transactions of the Royal Historical Society' now invites article submissions from all historians

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Cort, Louise

Apr 13, 2022, 4:14:00 AMApr 13
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Transactions of the Royal Historical Society now open to all article submissions
The Royal Historical Society has published its annual Transactions of the Royal Historical Society since 1872, making it the UK's longest-running historical journal.  For nearly 150 years, Transactions published articles based on lectures and papers delivered at RHS-sponsored meetings by senior and early career scholars alike. 

The new Transactions Editorial team are pleased to announce that the journal now welcomes submissions from all historians, across all time periods and regions from current researchers, worldwide.

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Open access waivers and discounts
Did you know that you can publish your Transactions article as Open Access?

Publishing Open Access (OA) helps to advance discovery by allowing anyone, anywhere in the world with internet access to find, access, and benefit from your research.

Your Article Processing Charge (APC) may already be covered by an OA publishing agreement between Cambridge University Press and your institution.

Find out if you are eligible

Also from the Royal Historical Society

Royal Historical Society Camden Fifth Series Camden Fifth Series

Editors: Dr Richard Gaunt University of Nottingham, UK, and Dr Siobhan Talbott Keele University, UK

The Royal Historical Society's Camden Series is one of the most prestigious and important collections of primary source material relating to British History, including the British empire and Briton's influence overseas. Each volume is edited by a specialist historian who provides an expert introduction and commentary.

Proposals for new Camden volumes are always welcome. For more on the Series and how to submit a proposal, please see the Royal Historical Society Website.


About the Royal Historical Society

Royal Historical Society The Royal Historical Society is the UK's leading learned society for historians, with an international membership of over 5000 Fellows and Members. In addition to publishing, the Society's activities include events, grants, training and advocacy for history and historians.

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