American Historical Association 2023
We are excited to be attending AHA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, PA, January 5-8, 2023. If you are attending in-person, please stop by our booth #508 to meet the editor Mark Stanton, take advantage of special pricing on display copies, and pick up FREE journal samples.
If you are unable to attend personally, we are happy to offer a 35% discount on all History titles through January 22nd, 2023. Use discount code AHA23 on print and eBooks ordered through our website. In addition, we are offering FREE ACCESS to 4 core history journals; scroll down for details.
If you are interested in learning more about Berghahn's publishing program or have a project to discuss, please contact Mark Stanton to arrange for a meeting.
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Berghahn History Journals
Use promo code: AHA23 to access our 4 core history journals until Feb 1, 2023
*Aspasia volumes 13 through 16 are Open Access.
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