The Journal of the Oxford University History Society was established by the community at Oxford as a medium for the publication and dissemination of original and inter-disciplinary historical research. The first issue of the journal was published in Michaelmas Term 2003. It is an online peer-reviewed journal run by students under the aegis of the Oxford University History Society (OUHS). It aims to: reflect the activities and interests of OUHS; establish scholarly links in the varied community of historians at the University of Oxford; to serve as a discussion forum for the international community of undergraduates, postgraduate students and established academics.
The journal publishes on-line both graduate and undergraduate papers in the following subject areas: Archaeology, Ancient History, Medieval History, Early Modern History and Modern History, European History, History of the
British Isles, World History, Approaches to History, Economic History, History of Science and History of Art. In addition, the journal welcomes contributions in the form of book reviews, interviews with historians and reports of OUHS events. We also organise seminars and other events.
Tommaso Crestani (Editor-in-Chief), Caitlin Hennessy,
Katie Hunter and Caitlin Smith
Journal Editorship Team, Trinity Term 2020.