The Journal of British Studies was founded by the NACBS in 1961 and is now published quarterly by Cambridge University Press. Albion was founded in 1969 and published quarterly at Appalachian State University. From 2005, Albion and the Journal of British Studies were incorporated.
All issues of Journal of British Studies are available electronically through Cambridge University Press, free to members and on a subscription basis to institutions and individuals. Access to vols. 1-47 (1961-2008) is also available at JSTOR through site licenses at participating institutions.
The Journal of British Studies
The Journal of British Studies is the official publication of the North American Conference on British Studies (NACBS). All subscribers to JBS automatically receive membership to the NACBS. The JBS has positioned itself as the critical resource for scholars of British culture from the Middle Ages through the present. Drawing on both established and emerging approaches, JBS presents scholarly articles and books reviews from renowned international authors who share their ideas on British society, politics, law, economics, and the arts. In 2005 (Vol. 44), the journal merged with the NACBS publication Albion, creating one journal for NACBS membership.
The general Editor of the Journal of British Studies is Holger Hoock, J. Carroll Amundson Professor of British History, University of Pittsburgh.
Please click here for the Instructions for Contributors. Correspondence regarding research articles or general matters should be sent to:Journal of British StudiesUniversity of PittsburghDepartment of History3702 Posvar HallPittsburgh, PA 15260USAEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Please send correspondence regarding book reviews to: Professors Amy Harris and Paul WestoverBook Reviews, Journal of British Studies2130 JFSB, Brigham Young UniversityProvo, UT 84602USAEmail: email@example.com
Albion was ascholarly journal concerned with British Studies, published quarterly by Appalachian State University on behalf of the North American Conference on British Studies.
Albion closed after publication of volume 36,4 (Winter 2004). The last issue appeared in May 2005.
The archived website of Albion is at Appalachian State University.