Journal

200px-Historical_journal_of_film,_radio_and_television-2012,_no._2The association has its own peer reviewed journal that can directly be accessed by IAMHIST-members via this website. Published four times a year the Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television (HJFRT) is the leading international journal for media history. The journal examines the history of audio-visual media and its impact on political, social and cultural developments. The HJFRT also reviews books on related topics. The HJFRT is published by Iamhist and Routledge. Further details about the journal (aims & scopes, editorial board, instructions for authors, abstracting & indexing) can be found here. The editor is James Chapman (Professor of Film Studies, University of Leicester). The HJFRT takes pride in reviewing not only books published in English, but also to cover books published in foreign languages. If you wish to make a review or if you have general questions concerning book reviews you can contact iamhistreviews@gmail.com. If you wish to send a book for review to the review and associate editors, please find the contact details below.

 

American/Canadian (Central/South America) books for review should be sent to:

Katharina Niemeyer
Université du Québec à Montréal
École des médias - J-3170
C.P. 8888, succ. Centre-ville
Montréal  Qc  H3C 3P8
Canada

Email: niemeyer.katharina@uqam.ca

Books for review published in Europe or elsewhere:

Ciara Chambers
University College Cork
Cruachu
20 Avondale - Passage West
Co. Cork - T12Y5FY
Ireland

Email: ciarachambers3@gmail.com

The journal’s book review editors are always looking for people to write reviews of scholarly, biographical, or reference books published that examine any (historical) aspect of media (radio, film, television). Reviews are typically in the 500-1.000 word range. If you want to be included in the pool of potential book reviewers, please e-mail the following information at iamhistreviews@gmail.com

  • Name:
  • Institutional affiliation:
  • E-mail address:
  • Languages you read:
  • Areas of interest and expertise:

For this last item, we are seeking information that will help us direct the books to the most appropriate reviewers. Please list anything that you think would be helpful.

 

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