Britain and the World, published bi-annually by Edinburg University Press on behalf of our organization, invites research articles, review essays, and book reviews from historians of all ranks on the ways in which Britain has interacted with other societies since the sixteenth century. This focus on Britain’s global history is unique amongst all journals concerned with British history.
Each issue of Britain and the World contains research articles, book reviews, and our featured "Witness to History" section, where we focus on the testimonies of people who were first-hand witnesses to Britain’s global interactions. The Journal occassionally hosts a round-table discussion on important topics dealing with Britain's interactions with the world.
For Potential Authors
We invite scholars at all ranks to submit their articles, book reviews, or ideas for our "Witness to History" section. All submissions are subject to our rigourous double-blind peer review process.