Journal of Interdisciplinary History
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|J. Interdiscipl. Hist.|
|Edited by||Robert I. Rotberg and Theodore K. Rabb|
MIT Press (United States)
The Journal of Interdisciplinary History is a peer-reviewed academic journal published four times a year by the MIT Press. It covers a broad range of historical themes and periods, linking history to other academic fields.
The journal features articles, review essays and book reviews, linking history with other fields of academic research, such as economics and demographics. Unlike most other historical journals, the content is not limited to one geographical area or historical period, and covers social, demographic, political, economic, cultural and technological history.
Each issue has 200 pages.
- 6 in History via the 2014 Thomson Reuters Journal Citation Reports.
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