Journal of Interdisciplinary History Readers
This series of anthologies grew out of the Journal of Interdisciplinary History, which has been in print since 1970. JIH features substantive articles, research notes, and review essays relating historical study to other scholarly disciplines. Spanning all geographical areas and periods of history, topics include, economics, psychohistory, climatology, family and gender history, applications of global mapping, opera and art, the history of technology, and environmental history. Books in the series contain a selection of the best of decades of publications in the journal, with attention to chronology, diversity, and geography, so as to offer readers an intriguing and representative cross-section of research appearing in JIH. Please note that the MIT Press is no longer accepting submissions to this series.
Series editor: Robert Rotberg