Description: Central European History offers articles, review essays, and book reviews that range widely through the history of Germany, Austria, and other German-speaking regions of Central Europe from the medieval era to the present. All topics and approaches to history are welcome, whether cultural, social, political, diplomatic, intellectual, economic, and military history, as well as historiography and methodology. Contributions that treat new fields, such as post-1945 and post-1989 history, maturing fields such as gender history, and less-represented fields such as medieval history and the history of the Habsburg lands are especially desired. The journal thus aims to be the primary venue for scholarly exchange and debate among scholars of the history of Central Europe.

Editor: [Editor-in-chief] Kenneth Ledford,

Distribution: Conference Group for Central European History at the American Historical Association

Description : Conserveries mémorielles is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to explore the different fields of memory. In the context of calls for papers distributed through major scientific networks it is seeking the collaboration of researchers from all areas of humanities (archaeologists, historians, ethnologists, anthropologists, sociologists, philosophers, literary, etc.).. It also emphasizes themes that can be addressed in an international perspective.

Editors : Jocelyn Létourneau (Laval University, Canada), Henry Rousso (IHTP-CNRS, France) and Vincent Auzas

Description: Contemporary European History is an important journal focusing on twentieth-century European history in its broadest sense. The journal encompasses Eastern and Western Europe, including the United Kingdom, and covers the period from 1918 to the present. By combining a wide geographical compass with a relatively short time span, the journal achieves both range and depth in its coverage. It is open to all forms of inquiry into 20th century Europe - including cultural, economic, international, political and social history - and welcomes comparative approaches. The journal regularly features contributions from scholars outside the Anglophone community and acts as a channel of communication between European historians throughout the continent and beyond it.

Editor: Mary Vincent, Jonathan Morris, Patricia Clavin,

Description: European History Quarterly has earned an international reputation as an essential resource on European history, publishing articles by eminent historians on a range of subjects from the later Middle Ages to post-1945.The journal also features review articles by leading authorities, offering a comprehensive survey of recent literature in a particular field, as well as an extensive book review section, enabling you to keep up to date with what is being published in your field. The journal also features historiographical essays.

Editor: Lucy Riall,

Distribution: School of History, University of East Anglia: Norwich, UK,

Description: The European Review is a unique interdisciplinary international journal covering a wide range of subjects. It has a strong emphasis on Europe and on economics, history, social science, and general aspects of the sciences. At least two issues each year are devoted mainly or entirely to a single subject and deal in depth with a topic of contemporary importance in Europe; the other issues cover a wide range of subjects but may include a mini-review. Past issues dealt with China, tradition and modernity; Risk; Science and global communication; Who owns the Human Genome; Clash of civilisations; From decolonisation to post-colonialism; The future of the welfare state; Japan and Europe; Eurocentrism; Human rights; Democracy; Democracy in the 21st century; Using the Web in the democratic process; Making labour history interesting; False confessions after repeated interrogation; Living in real and virtual worlds.

Editors: Arnold Burgen, Henk Wesseling,

Description: European Review of Economic History provides an important new source of insight into European economic history, which is accessible to readers from a variety of different backgrounds. The objective is to further research, scholarship, and understanding of economic structure, change, and economic development in Europe since early modern times. Contributions shed new light on existing debates, raise new or neglected topics and provide new perspectives from comparative research. The Review includes full-length articles, shorter articles, notes and comments, debates, survey articles, and review articles. It also publishes notes and announcements from the European Historical Economics Society.

Editors: Giovanni Federico, Albrecht Ritschl, Kevin H. O’Rourke,

Description: The European Review of History - Revue Européenne d’Histoire is an international journal covering European history of all centuries and subdisciplines. It aims to create a forum for ideas from across Europe, to encourage the most innovatory research, to make diverse historiographies better known and to practically assist exchanges between young historians.

Editors: Jean-Marc Dreyfus, Thierry Grosbois, László Kontler, Benedikt Stuchtey, Bertrand Taithe,

Distribution: European Association of Young Historians/Association des Jeunes Historiens

Description: Eurozine is an independent network of and portal for European cultural journals and a multilingual magazine of its own. Eurozine links and promotes the leading cultural magazines from all over Europe; drawing on this network it publishes contemporary essays and literary texts on its website. By providing a Europe-wide overview of current themes and discussions, as published in the cultural journals involved in the project, Eurozine facilitates communication and exchange between the journals themselves and offers a rich source of information for an international readership. By presenting the best articles from its partners and their countries, as well as original texts on the most pressing issues of our times, Eurozine opens up a new space for transnational debate.

Editor: [Chief editor] Fredriksson, Carl Henrik,

Distribution: Eurozine - the netmagazine: Wien, AT,

Description: "Forum für osteuropäische Ideen- und Zeitgeschichte" is a research journal devoted to the history of the communist era in Central and Eastern Europe. "Forum" aims to bridge the gap between Eastern and Western scientific communities. In order to do so, publish documents and articles from central and Eastern European scientists, especially concerning new findings from the archives in Prague, Budapest, Moscow, Warsaw and other cities are translated. Western readers will be able to keep abreast of the rapidly developing new trends in Eastern European history, as well as reading documents which add to our understanding of events in the Communist era.

Editors: Nikolaus Lobkowicz, Leonid Luks und Alexei Rybakov,

Distribution: Zentralinstitut für Mittel- und Osteuropastudien (ZIMOS): Eichstätt, DE,

Description: Die Zeitschrift bietet der Erforschung der europäischen Interaktionen und der geistig-sozialen Prozesse übergreifenden Charakters ein Forum, aber auch Studien zur Ausstrahlung Europas nach Außereuropa. Beziehungsgeschichtliche Arbeiten, die wenigstens bilateralen Charakter haben, sind ebenso willkommen wie Studien, die die Sicht eines Teils einer Nationalgeschichte von außen thematisieren.

Editors: Heinz Duchhardt, Wlodzimierz Borodziej, Peter Burke, Ferenc Glatz, Georg Kreis, Pierangelo Schiera, Winfried Schulze, (Matthias Schnettger )

Distribution: Institut für Europäische Geschichte: Mainz, DE,

Jahrbuch für europäische Verwaltungsgeschichte (JEV); Yearbook of European Administrative History; Annuaire d’histoire administrative européenne; Annuario per la storia amministrativa europea

Description: Since 1989 the Yearbook of European Administrative History has been published in cooperation with scholars from mainly Western Europe. The Yearbook covers public administration in Europe from the 17th to the 20th century. It is the only comparative and interdisciplinary periodical in this field of research. Each volume focuses on a special subject. The "Forum" section allows information and criticism. Articles are published in German, French, Italian or English. Summaries are in English. The Yearbook’s target group embraces researchers in the field of public administration, as well as historians, jurists, political scientists, sociologists and economists.


Editor: Erk Volkmar Heyen,

Description: The aim of the Journal of Modern European History (JMEH) is to overcome national boundaries thematically. Edited by historians from different countries, it is a response to advancing internationalisation, which is taking place in thinking and writing about history as much as anywhere else. The journal sees itself as a forum for historians all over the world who share a common interest in the history of Europe.

Editors: Dietrich Beyrau, Wlodzimierz Borodziej, Philippe Burrin, José Harris, Ulrich Herbert, Manfred Hildermeier, Norman M. Naimark, Lutz Raphael, Paul-André Rosental, Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Edoardo Tortarolo, Andreas Wirsching,

Description: Transit deals with problems and themes which, through the connection and confrontation of western and eastern European experiences and perspectives, have become interesting (again). The name of the journal means, first, a crossing, a movement over and across boundaries. We regard this as our programme, and we do not mean only political boundaries: inner multiplicity and contradiction are just as much elements of the European idea as the exchange with other cultures. Transit sees itself as a European journal according to this open and never-concluded identity which lives from the transgression of its own mental horizons, from a curiosity about differences and the readiness for debate. Transit means, secondly, a precarious interim condition, a transitory place of rest. In view of the great problems of our time, we do not need the number magic of the turn of the millennium to grasp that we too, in the West, are living in a critical time of transition.

Editors: Krzysztof Michalski,

Distribution: Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen: Wien, AT,

Description: "Studies in Contemporary History" is based on a broad understanding of "contemporary history", encompassing three separate, but overlapping time periods. Central problems of the first half of the century will be addressed to the extent that they are relevant for a historically grounded understanding of long-range issues (e.g. war-crimes, migration, and xenophobia). The central focus of the journal will nonetheless be the decades of German, European and global conflicts between 1945 and 1990, because they constitute the most important experiences of persons alive today. Beyond that we would also like to provide a forum for current history, since scholarly reflection on the most recent past does not have to begin with the release of previously closed files. Beset by new wars, international terrorism, the contraction of the welfare state and other threats, people have a great need for orientation, which is also one of the responsibilities of contemporary historical research.

Editors: Konrad H. Jarausch und Christoph Kleßmann in Verbindung mit Zeitgeschichte-online, (Jan-Holger Kirsch, verantw. Redakteur)

Distribution: Portal Zeitgeschichte-online, Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung: Potsdam, DE,

Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung (ZFO)

Description: Die Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung (ZfO), von 1952 bis 1994 unter dem Titel "Zeitschrift für Ostforschung" erschienen, ist ein international anerkanntes und geschätztes wissenschaftliches Organ. Es dient als Forum für die Publikation und Diskussion neuester Ergebnisse der internationalen Geschichtsforschung und der historischen Kulturwissenschaften für die Länder des östlichen Mitteleuropa (Kerngebiet: Polen, Tschechien, Slowakei, Litauen, Lettland, Estland).


Editors: Wlodzimierz Borodziej, John Connelly, Stefan Hartmann, Winfried Irgang, Bernhart Jähnig, Eduard Mühle, Michael G. Müller, Gert von Pistohlkors, Thomas Wünsch, (Marco Wauker, Mitarbeiter der Redaktion)

Distribution: Herder-Instituts e.V.: Marburg, DE,