Curriculum History

The Curriculum History Journal is published annually by the Society for the Study of Curriculum History. The Society is interesting in publishing manuscripts relating to the history of education manuscripts on topics both within the United States and abroad will be considered for publication. Scholars are encouraged to use this venue to present reports of their research on topics in the history of education, broadly conceived.

All manuscripts are subject to two reviews, the first by the editor(s) and then sent for two blind peer-reviews.  Author(s) should ensure that nothing is included in the submitted manuscript that would identify the author to the reviewers.  Manuscripts which contain author(s) identification will be returned to the author(s).

 Manuscripts should be approximately 25 pages (including references). Manuscripts which exceed 25 pages may be considered, depending on topic and space availability. An abstract of 50-75 words is required of each manuscript.

 Manuscripts, in addition to those papers that are the result of presentations at the SSCH annual meeting, are being accepted. Manuscripts presented at an annual meeting will be placed in Curriculum History volume of that year. For example, papers presented at the 2013 meeting will be considered for Curriculum History 2013. Manuscripts not presented at an annual meeting will be used to fill out an issue.

 If you have questions, please contact the Editor at

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Author guidelines may be found on the site but also by clicking on this link  Author Guidelines