Historical Journal at UCLA
Published Since: 1980
The UCLA Historical Journal is dedicated to promoting excellence in graduate student research and writing. The Journal welcomes submissions from graduate students across the country in all fields of history and related disciplines. Instituted by UCLA history graduate students in 1980, the Journal's objectives are two-fold: to allow graduate students the opportunity to publish their work in a scholarly journal; and to acquaint graduate students with writings and methodologies from various historical fields which might be relevant to their own interests and pursuits.
As an Open Access e-journal, we are embarking on a new journey. We look forward to your continued support as we carry on this intellectual tradition.
Kristen Hillarie Glasgow
Fernando Serrano Jr.
Most Recent Issue
- An Ambivalent Nation: Australian Nationalism and Historical Memory
- Lords of Agave: Eladio Sauza, Agraristas, and the Struggle for Land in Tequila, Mexico, 1932-1937
- A Satellite Community in A Spanish City: The Barrio of Santiago Cholultecapan in Colonial Puebla de los Ángeles
Verónica A. Guitiérrez
- "In Our Image:" Visual Perspectives and American Protestant Missions in Interwar China
- BOOK REVIEWS
- James N. Leiker and Ramon Powers, The Northern Cheyenne Exodus in History and Memory
- Linda Sargent Wood, A More Perfect Union: Holistic Worldviews and the Transformation of American Culture after World War II
- McCrea, Heather, Diseased Relations: Epidemics, Public Health, and State-building in Yucatán, Mexico, 1847-1924
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UCLA Historical Journal
Department of History
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1473