Vol. 43 in "early view"

   Publishing in the digital age is a fast-changing business, and academic publishing is no exception. Since moving to all-digital publication, Historical Geography has offered an enhanced publishing and reading experience, including full-color images, live in-text links, and multiple digital formats. Now, we are pleased to release our first-ever “early view” issue for Vol. 43, which features three original research articles and an open access conference report from this year’s International Congress of Historical Geographers. We’re pleased to offer subscribers early access to these great papers in advance of our publication of the full volume in December, which will feature (in addition to these articles) the Distinguished Historical Geography lecture by Gerry Kearns, the exciting special issue on historical geographies of sexualities, book reviews and other reports.

     In future volumes, we hope to release “early-view” selections even earlier in the calendar year, offering timely access to publications for authors and readers alike. It’s part of our commitment to remaining a premier venue for historical-geographical scholarship on the Americas and beyond. We’d love to hear feedback from subscribers on early view or any aspect of the journal—including of course queries about special issues and individual subscriptions. And of course, we’re now accepting submissions for Vol. 44—click here for details.