Local Population Studies is a peer reviewed journal that has, since 1968, developed a strong reputation for publishing specialist articles on demographic, economic, and social history.
We are currently looking for articles of around 7,000 words, on any topic in local, population, or social history.
Topics of interest could include migration history, the history of population (locally and on a wider geographical scale), the history of poverty and social policy, of social structure, or of the relationship between culture, law, and demographic behaviour. Submissions to the journal can relate to anywhere in the world.
We are especially keen to receive submissions from amateur and early career historians, including postgraduates.
If you would like more information, please get in touch with the editor, Andrew Hinde: editor[at]localpopulationstudies.org.uk .
Style and submission
Articles should normally not exceed 7,000 words in length, and should follow the LPS Conventions, contained in our ‘advice for authors’ note.
They should be sent, with an abstract and a short biographical note, to the LPS Editor, Andrew Hinde, at editor[at]localpopulationstudies.org.uk.
We also welcome the submission of shorter pieces (usually 1,500 – 5,000 words), which can be published as either Research in Progress or as Research Notes. They should also be submitted to the editor.
Books for review
To suggest books for review, please email William Farrell (Books Reviews Editor): firstname.lastname@example.org