Published continuously since 1987, the Manchester Region History Review journal has established itself as the region’s leading local history magazine with its wide range of articles covering all aspects of the region’s history.
We are delighted to announce a new phase in the history the Manchester Region History Review. The Review will take the form of a free online open-access magazine, published quarterly. The new-look Manchester Region History Review features articles and research, news, events and reviews about the rich history and heritage of our region.
We hope that the new format of the journal will enable the Review to continue its wide appeal to its current readership, but also enable it to attract newer audiences, including those working, volunteering or with an interest in museums, archives, libraries, heritage and community projects; local, community and family historians and enthusiasts; academics, researchers and students. The free online open-access format of the Review will mean the Manchester Region History Review will be available to anyone, anytime, anywhere in the world. Read online or download for later:
We welcome contributions to the new Manchester Region History Review. We would be delighted to receive your articles, edited dissertations, reviews, press releases, news, listings of events, exhibitions, projects and more. If you would like to contribute to the Manchester Region History Review, or you would like to discuss an idea or proposal, please contact the Editor, Michala Hulme.
Notes for Contributors:
We suggest that features and articles should not exceed 2,000 words. Reviews and news items should not exceed 500 words. We welcome images and photographs to accompany your work (please ensure that you have copyright permission to reproduce any illustration). We welcome the use of hyperlinked signposting (to websites, audio or video content, etc) to enrich your writing and content. We encourage a variety of contributions and we are happy to discuss ideas and draft articles at an early stage. The next copy deadline is 30 September 2016.
Over the course of 25 volumes, the Review has explored different aspects of the region’s history, from Peterloo to World War One, to Sport and Music.
We are proud to offer a selection of back issues of the Manchester Region History Review on a free, open-access basis.