Madison Historical Review

The Madison Historical Review is a peer-reviewed journal operated by the history graduate students at James Madison University. The editorial board reviews and publishes original work by Master's level students in a variety of fields, including: American, World, and Public History. We strive to promote cutting edge scholarship and new ways to address important historical questions. This year we are excited to announce the addition of two new features: exhibit reviews and website reviews. These additions will serve as a forum for historians to share the different ways that history is being presented to public audiences.

Volume 13 Editors

Executive Editor
Ryan Bachman
Faculty Advisors
Dr. Philip Herrington
Dr. Andrew Witmer

Editorial Board

Kristi Aylor
Ellen Blackmon
Brian David
Kaitlin Hampshire
Patrick Hollis
Nils Martin
James Schruefer
Michael St. Jacques
Joel Webster

Faculty Review Board

Dr. Kevin Borg
Dr. Steven Guerrier
Dr. Gabrielle Lanier
Dr. J Chris Arndt
Dr. Steven Reich
Dr. Michael Galgano
Dr. Kevin Hardwick

Supported by James Madison University College of Arts and Letters and The Graduate History Department at James Madison University.