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ASEH's newsletter is published quarterly. Issues from 2001-2007 are available below as pdf files. The first electronic issue appeared in Fall 2007, and all isssues since that time are available below as html files.

Publishing schedule

Articles and ASEH-related announcements should be submitted by e-mail to director@aseh.net with minimal formatting. Images should be sent separately as jpg files.

The following are deadlines for the 2011 publication schedule:

Spring - March 11, 2011

Summer - June 10, 2011

Fall - September 9, 2011

Winter - December 9, 2011

Editorial policy

ASEH's newsletter follows the AP guidelines for its editorial policy. See:

http://www.ap.org/newsvalues/index.html

Newsletter archives

current issue:

Winter 2010

Back issues of our newsletter are posted below:

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

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news and events

Click here to view how ASEH joined other scholarly societies to propose the US proposal to tax tuition waivers, which would affect already underrepresented students.

Click here to view the schedule of sessions for ASEH's 2018 conference. Click here to register.

Position Open: Executive Director of ASEH (current director will retire next year). Click here for more information.

Position Open: Editor of journal Environmental History. Click here for more information.

Click here for information on ASEH's 2018 conference. Join us in Southern California!

Click here for the American Historical Association's Statement on Confederate Monuments.

Click here to read about how environmental history is "the field with the largest proportional expansion" in the last 40 years.

Click here to view the latest bulletin from the International Consortium of EH Organizations (ICEHO).

Are you an ASEH member interested in hosting our annual conference? Click here for more info.