Manuscript submissions should be double spaced and not exceed 10,000 to 11,000 words, including notes. The Journal of the Civil War Era prefers submissions written according to The Chicago Manual of Style. For style particular to the University of North Carolina Press, please see STET: A Handbook for Authors. Electronic submissions are encouraged via email attachment. The manuscript should contain nothing that identifies the author. Please include an attachment that serves as a cover letter with contact information. Manuscript submissions should be sent to Judith Giesberg, Editor, The Journal of the Civil War Era, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Books for Review
Publicists and publishers are encouraged to send new titles in nineteenth-century American history for review. We will consider books in the fields of women and gender, African American, Native American, southern, transnational, and environmental history. We are assigning books for review on topics such as law, political economy, and capitalism; slavery, emancipation, and reform movements; borderlands, expansionism, and race; immigration and Atlantic history, as well as the Civil War and Reconstruction.
We are, of course, especially interested in works that add to the understanding of the sectional crisis, the Civil War, and the struggle for freedom that changed the face of the nation during this seminal period.
Please send all books to:
The Journal of the Civil War Era
108 Weaver Building
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802-5500
For more information contact Rachel Shelden, Book Review Editor, at email@example.com.