The first issue of American Journalism was published in summer of 1983 under Gary Whitby’s editorial leadership. The official publication of the American Journalism Historians Association, the journal was founded in the fall of 1981. It was created to provide an additional publication venue for those doing research in press history. Since that first issue, the journal’s topical reach has expanded to embrace a much broader range of historical work on the media and mass communication.
From 1983 through 2012, the journal was published independently. In 2013, Taylor & Francis became the journal’s publisher. You can find the journal online at Taylor & Francis.
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Many institutional libraries around the world subscribe to Taylor & Francis and provide access, free of charge, to its journals through their websites to those those who belong to the institution. You can also find past issues of American Journalism at EBSCO’s special collection of journals, Communication and Mass Media Complete, also widely available through institutional libraries.
Barbara Friedman, University of North Carolina
Jim Martin, University of North Alabama
Karla K. Gower, The University of Alabama
Shirley Biagi, California State University, Sacramento
Wallace B. Eberhard, University of Georgia
John Pauly, Saint Louis University
William David Sloan, The University of Alabama
Gary Whitby, University of Central Arkansas