The Georgia Historical Quarterly
The Georgia Historical Quarterly is one of the premier state historical journals in the United States, published quarterly by the Georgia Historical Society. The Quarterly features the finest scholarly articles on Georgia history, book reviews covering all aspects of southern and Georgia history, edited primary sources, oral histories, and essays by and about contemporary history-makers.
The Georgia Historical Society has published the Quarterly continuously since 1917. Its scholarly excellence has been recognized by the governor of Georgia with a Governor’s Award in the Humanities.
The Georgia Historical Quarterly is received by all members of the Georgia Historical Society, as well as almost 1,000 university, college, and public libraries, historical societies, and other educational and governmental institutions.
The Georgia Historical Quarterly is also available on JSTOR. For those without access to a JSTOR account, limited access to JSTOR materials is available for free through the JSTOR Register and Read program. Please see the topic below for instructions on accessing the Quarterly on JSTOR.
For information on submissions to The Georgia Historical Quarterly, please contact:
Dr. Glenn McNair Editor Kenyon College 99 College Park Street Gambier, Ohio 43022 740-427-5325 firstname.lastname@example.org
Inquiries about book reviews should be sent to:
Dr. Stan Deaton Georgia Historical Society 104 W. Gaston Street Savannah GA 31401 email@example.com
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Glenn McNair, Kenyon College Dr. William T. Moore Distinguished Editor of the Georgia Historical Quarterly
Stan Deaton, Georgia Historical Society
Brendan Crellin, Layout and Design, The Georgia Historical Society
Georgia Historical Quarterly design by Left Brain Right
Board of Editors
Stephen Berry, University of Georgia
Chris Curtis, Georgia Southern University
Glenn Eskew, Georgia State University
Andrew Frank, Florida State University
Sarah Gardner, Mercer University
Elna Green, Augusta University
Talitha LeFlouria, University of Virginia
Laura McCarty, Georgia Humanities Council
Georgia Historical Society welcomes promotional outreach for products and services appropriate to members of the Society and other readers of the publication. Georgia Historical Society reserves the right to reset any outreach submitted in paste-up form that does not conform to the Quarterly’s general style. The promoter will be responsible for any costs incurred. Georgia Historical Society reserves absolute discretion to reject materials for any reason.
How to access The Georgia Historical Quarterly on JSTOR:
- Go to the JSTOR website.
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- Once you are logged in you can use the Search or Browse feature to find all available JSTOR content (including the GHQ).
- To limit your search to only the GHQ, at the top of the page select “Browse” and “by Title.”
- Select the “Journals” tab and go to the titles beginning with “G.”
- Scroll down and select the Georgia Historical Quarterly.
- From here you can search within this title (top right) or browse each issue by clicking the links
To view summaries of older issues of GHQ, visit the Georgia Historical Quarterly Archive.