American Nineteenth Century History

American Nineteenth Century History is a peer-reviewed, transatlantic journal devoted to the history of the United States during the long nineteenth century. It welcomes contributions on themes and topics relating to America in this period: slavery, race and ethnicity, the Civil War and Reconstruction, military history, American nationalism, urban history, immigration and ethnicity, western history, the history of women, gender studies, African Americans and Native Americans, cultural studies and comparative pieces. In addition to articles based on original research, historiographical pieces, reassessments of historical controversies, and reappraisals of prominent events or individuals are welcome. Special issues devoted to a particular theme or topic will also be considered.

Three issues a year.

Publisher: 
Routledge
ISSN (print): 
14664658
ISSN (online): 
17437903

Latest articles

Volume 18 (1)

The Limits of Mastery: Slaveholders, Slaves, and Baptist Church Discipline
vol. 18 (1): 1-18
The Limits of Mastery: Slaveholders, Slaves, and Baptist Church Discipline
vol. 18 (1): 1-18
Revisiting nineteenth-century U.S. interventionism in Central America: capitalism, intrigue, and the obliteration of Greytown
vol. 18 (1): 19-44
Revisiting nineteenth-century U.S. interventionism in Central America: capitalism, intrigue, and the obliteration of Greytown
vol. 18 (1): 19-44
Séances in the City: The “Operational Aesthetic” and “Modern Spiritualism” in the Popular Culture of New York City, 1865–1870
vol. 18 (1): 45-62
Séances in the City: The “Operational Aesthetic” and “Modern Spiritualism” in the Popular Culture of New York City, 1865–1870
vol. 18 (1): 45-62
“(S)he Conquers Who Endures”: Theodora DeWolf Colt and the Birth of a New Cultural Elite
vol. 18 (1): 63-85
“(S)he Conquers Who Endures”: Theodora DeWolf Colt and the Birth of a New Cultural Elite
vol. 18 (1): 63-85

Volume 17 (3)

Editorial Board
vol. 17 (3): 0-0
Editorial Board
vol. 17 (3): 0-0
“The weapon which wounds the rationalist kills the truth of revelation”: the Christian roots of “intellectual atheism” in nineteenth-century America
vol. 17 (3): 247-272
“The weapon which wounds the rationalist kills the truth of revelation”: the Christian roots of “intellectual atheism” in nineteenth-century America
vol. 17 (3): 247-272
Funding the Bank War: Nicholas Biddle and the public relations campaign to recharter the second bank of the U.S., 1828–1832
vol. 17 (3): 273-299
Funding the Bank War: Nicholas Biddle and the public relations campaign to recharter the second bank of the U.S., 1828–1832
vol. 17 (3): 273-299
Exhibiting the Native American Other: The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition and Commodified Racism
vol. 17 (3): 301-323
Exhibiting the Native American Other: The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition and Commodified Racism
vol. 17 (3): 301-323
“Everybody is Centennializing”: White Southerners and the 1876 Centennial
vol. 17 (3): 325-343
“Everybody is Centennializing”: White Southerners and the 1876 Centennial
vol. 17 (3): 325-343
Claiming the Union: Citizenship in the Post-Civil War South; Rebels Against the Confederacy: North Carolina’s Unionists
vol. 17 (3): 345-348
Claiming the Union: Citizenship in the Post-Civil War South; Rebels Against the Confederacy: North Carolina’s Unionists
vol. 17 (3): 345-348