• The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 25 (2017)

    The JNCAH continues to produce double-blind peer-reviewed articles on the topic of North Carolina history, or history produced by North Carolina historians. Volume 25 provides a broad approach to history, with two articles focused on North Carolina, but also articles about the Russian empire and Reformation England.

  • The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 24 (2016)

    The 2016 edition (Volume 24) of the Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians continues to produce
    double-blind peer-reviewed articles on the topic of North Carolina history, or history produced by North Carolina historians. Volume 24 also continues the study of regional history, this time focusing attention for much of the edition on the history of North Carolina and the South - especially regarding race relations.

  • The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 21 (2013)

    This volume contains contributions to the study of regional history, specifically North Carolina’s role as a participant in the Civil War Blockade Running. The volume continues its contribution to History education with a journey through and lessons learned from the corroboration of historical resources. Typical of the Association, the Journal brings together diverse historical interests that represent historians throughout North Carolina and beyond. This diversity makes the JNCAH unique. Unlike many scholarly journals, JNCAH does not restrict itself to North Carolina history, nor to a specific field, period or methodology of historical inquiry (social, military, economic, political, public, ethnohistorical, et al). Thus, the content of the Journal of the NCAH is as varied as the Association.

  • The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 20 (2012)

    This volume contains contributions to the study of regional and economic history as well as educational trends in the study and teaching of History in higher education. Typical of the Association, the Journal brings together diverse historical interests that represent historians throughout North Carolina and beyond. This diversity makes the JNCAH unique. Unlike many scholarly journals, while maintaining a focus upon North Carolina, JNCAH does not restrict itself to North Carolina history, nor to a specific field, period or methodology of historical inquiry (social, military, economic, political, public, ethnohistorical, et al). Thus, the content of the Journal is as varied as the Association.

  • The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 19 (2011)

    The 2011 Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians contains several contributions representing different periods and geographic locations. This diversity is consistent with the Association itself, which brings  together historians throughout the state of North Carolina and beyond. The Journal provides a juried, peer reviewed venue for historians to present their work on a variety of subjects. Unlike many other scholarly journals, the JNCAH does not restrict itself to a field of historical inquiry (social, military, economic, and so forth) nor to a particular period or place. Thus, the Journal's content is often as diverse as the NCAH itself.

  • The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 18 (2010)

     Typical of the North Carolina Association of Historians, the Journal brings together diverse historical interests that represent historians throughout North Carolina and beyond. This diversity makes the JNCAH unique. Unlike many scholarly journals, JNCAH does not restrict itself to North Carolina history, nor to a specific field, period or methodology of historical inquiry (social, military, economic, political, public, ethnohistorical, et al). Thus, the content of the Journal of the NCAH is as varied as the Association.

  • The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 17 (2009)

    The Association publishes the Journal o f the North Carolina Association o f Historians (ISSN 1078-4330). The Journal features articles in all fields of History and a generous selection of book reviews.

  • The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 16 (2008)

    The Association publishes the Journal o f the North Carolina Association o f Historians (ISSN 1078-4330). The Journal features articles in all fields of History and a generous selection of book reviews.

  • The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 15 (2007)

    The Association publishes the Journal of the North Carolina Association o f Historians (ISSN 1078-4330). The Journal features articles in all fields of History and a generous selection of book reviews.

  • The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 14 (2006)

    The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians is published annually in the spring. It is distributed to members of the Association and to subscribing institutions. The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians publishes reviews of scholarly books in all fields of History. The North Carolina Association of Historians takes no responsibility for statements of fact or opinion made by contributors.

  • The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 13 (2005)

    For this, the thirteenth volume of The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians, the editorial board has made a commitment to exploring the theme, "Women: of All times, In All Places." We acknowledge, of course, that previous issues have offered similar discussions involving women, but it is our understanding that this is the first time attention has been paid so specifically to documenting the varied experiences of women around the world, across spectrums of engagement, throughout all periods of study in one volume. 

  • The Journal of the North Carolina Association of Historians
    Vol 12 (2004)

    The Journal o f the North Carolina Association of Historians is published annually in the spring. The North Carolina Association of Historians takes no responsibility for statements of fact or opinion made by contributor .