The Journal

Agricultural History is the journal of record in the field. As such, it publishes articles on all aspects of the history of agriculture and rural life with no geographical or temporal limits. The editors are particularly interested in articles that address a novel subject, demonstrate considerable primary and secondary research, display an original i nterpretation, and are of general interest to Society members and other Agricultural History readers.

The journal is edited by Albert Way at Kennesaw State University. More information is available on the editorial office and policies.

Accessing the journal is easy. The entire run of Agricultural History is full-text searchable and available for purchase and download, either by the entire issue or individual article, on JSTOR. Current AHS members who have an electronic membership have access to the entire run of the journal. Want to become a member? Click here.

On-line access to all journal issues published between 1927 (vol. 1) and 1965 (vol. 39) are fully searchable and available as a free download on our own website at this link.

Questions about accessing the journal should be directed to the Society office.