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Agricultural History Review

The Society’s flagship periodical is published twice a year, in both print and PDF, and includes articles and book reviews. Part I each year also includes the Annual List of Publications on Agrarian History. The editors welcome articles and books for review on any aspect of the history of agriculture, rural society and rural economy, with especial interest in Britain and Ireland, Europe and North America.

Submit an article

The articles editor is Professor R. W. Hoyle. Articles can be submitted at any time by sending an email to the Editor (articles). The editor is willing to discuss projected articles with authors before submission and to advise on whether or not the Review would be interested in carrying work on a specific subject. Articles greatly exceeding the Review’s normal word length should be discussed with the editor before submission. Read more about submitting an article.


Cover of current Agricultural History Review

Send a book for review

The reviews editor is Dr Briony McDonagh. Please send books suitable for review to her at:
Department of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences
University of Hull
Cottingham Road
Hull
HU6 7RX

The Review does not publish unsolicited reviews.

If you have been asked to write a review, you can find guidelines here.

Read guidelines and policies

Editorial Policy and ERIH PLUS compliance | Guidelines for authors | Guidelines on illustrations | Policy on open access | Guidelines for institutional subscribers | Guidelines on use of PDFs by repositories

Read a published volume

All volumes of the Agricultural History Review are available in PDF format.

The current issue, and those from the last five years are available via IngentaConnect. If you are a member of the British Agricultural History Society, you can register to see these. If you are not a member, but are affiliated to an academic institution, you should be able to get access through that institution.

Back numbers of volumes more than five years old are available here without going through IngentaConnect. (They are also on JSTOR, to which many academic institutions subscribe.)

Articles by volume

These links take you to a table of contents for the volume, with an abstract of each paper and a link to the full text. If you don't know which year or volume you want, use the Search... page to sort and filter the authors and titles.

      1953 (1) 1954 (2) 1955 (3) 1956 (4) 1957 (5) 1958 (6) 1959 (7)
1960 (8) 1961 (9) 1962 (10) 1963 (11) 1964 (12) 1965 (13) 1966 (14) 1967 (15) 1968 (16) 1969 (17)
1970 (18) 1971 (19) 1972 (20) 1973 (21) 1974 (22) 1975 (23) 1976 (24) 1977 (25) 1978 (26) 1979 (27)
1980 (28) 1981 (29) 1982 (30) 1983 (31) 1984 (32) 1985 (33) 1986 (34) 1987 (35) 1988 (36) 1989 (37)
1990 (38) 1991 (39) 1992 (40) 1993 (41) 1994 (42) 1995 (43) 1996 (44) 1997 (45) 1998 (46) 1999 (47)
2000 (48) 2001 (49) 2002 (50) 2003 (51) 2004 (52) 2005 (53) 2006 (54) 2007 (55) 2008 (56) 2009 (57)
2010 (58) 2011 (59) 2012 (60) 2013 (61) 2014 (62) 2015 (63)        

Get straight to the volumes

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      1953 (1) 1954 (2) 1955 (3) 1956 (4) 1957 (5) 1958 (6) 1959 (7)
1960 (8) 1961 (9) 1962 (10) 1963 (11) 1964 (12) 1965 (13) 1966 (14) 1967 (15) 1968 (16) 1969 (17)
1970 (18) 1971 (19) 1972 (20) 1973 (21) 1974 (22) 1975 (23) 1976 (24) 1977 (25) 1978 (26) 1979 (27)
1980 (28) 1981 (29) 1982 (30) 1983 (31) 1984 (32) 1985 (33) 1986 (34) 1987 (35) 1988 (36) 1989 (37)
1990 (38) 1991 (39) 1992 (40) 1993 (41) 1994 (42) 1995 (43) 1996 (44) 1997 (45) 1998 (46) 1999 (47)
2000 (48) 2001 (49) 2002 (50) 2003 (51) 2004 (52) 2005 (53) 2006 (54) 2007 (55) 2008 (56) 2009 (57)
2010 (58) 2011 (59)                

Editorial Advisory Board


Prof. Markus Cerman, University of Vienna
Prof. Christopher Dyer FBA, University of Leicester
Prof. Leen van Molle, University of Leuven
Prof. Mats Morell, University of Stockholm
Prof. Cormac Ó Gráda, University College, Dublin
Prof. Harriet Ritvo, Massachusets Institute of Technology
Prof. Rui Santos, New University of Lisbon
Prof. Pam Sharpe, University of Tasmania
Prof. Christopher Smout FBA, University of St Andrews
Prof. Nadine Vivier, University of Le Mans
Prof. Minoru Yasumoto, Komazawa University, Tokyo
Prof. Jan Luiten van Zanden, IISH, Amsterdam and University of Utrecht