The editor invites the submission of articles dealing with the history of Pennsylvania and the Middle Atlantic region, regardless of their specialty. Prospective authors are urged to review past issues of Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies, where they will note articles in social, intellectual, economic, environmental, political, and cultural history, from the distant and recent past. Articles may investigate new areas of research or they may reflect on past scholarship. Material primarily of an antiquarian or genealogical nature will not be considered.
Pennsylvania History publishes documents previously unpublished and of interest to scholars of the Middle Atlantic region. The journal also reviews books, exhibits, and other media dealing primarily with Pennsylvania history or that shed significant light on the state’s past. It is made possible by the Penn State University Press. For submissions guidelines, pricing information and more, please visit Pennsylvania History’s page on the PSU Press website.
Editor: Linda A. Ries, Pennsylvania State Archives, Emeritus
Book Editor: Karol Weaver, Susquehanna University
Publishers should send books for review to Karol Weaver, 514 University Avenue, Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, PA, 17870. Individuals who wish to review books for the Journal should contact the Book Review Editor. Suggestions for special issues and museum/public history reviews should be sent to the Journal Editor. Authors can find guidelines for their submissions here.
Pennsylvania History uses and online submission system for managing potential articles. Authors must first go to: www.editorialmanager.com/pah and use the link in the upper left to register as a user and submit a manuscript. You will be guided through the system.
Steve Burg, Shippensburg University
Douglas MacGregor, SCI Western Pennsylvania
Linda Shopes, Independent Scholar
Edward Slavishak, Susquehanna University
Anne Verplanck, The Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg
Adam T. Bentz, York County History Center
Paul Douglas Newman, University of Pittsburgh, Johnstown
Benjamin Scharff, Mercyhurst University
William John Shepherd, Catholic University of America
Diane Wenger, Wilkes University
Brian Alnutt, Northampton Community College
Paul E. Doutrich, York College of Pennsylvania
Kenneth J. Heineman, Angelo State University
Vagel Keller, Independent Scholar
Carla J. Mulford, Pennsylvania State University, University Park