Sonoma State University History Journal


The Sonoma State University History Journal is a collection of student work on historical topics published at the end of every school year. The editorial team, under the direction of Professor Amy Kittelstrom, meets as a class to compile, edit, and publish the journal. The group works together to cover all aspects of scholarly journal publication, including management, editing, setting up and implementing an anonymous review system, selecting manuscripts, layout, budgeting, production, sales, and distribution. The final result is an academic journal authored and edited by the students themselves, for the purpose of furthering knowledge and appreciation of history.

Recent Submissions

  • Kittlestrom, Amy; Lee, Joelynn (Sonoma State University, 2018)
    When our editorial team devised this year’s theme of “Conflict and Leadership” back in August 2017, we had no idea that a major conflict was about to hit our region in the October wildfires and that the leadership of rescue ...
  • Kittlestrom, Amy; Department of History (Sonoma State University, 2017)
    Contents: Neanderthals in a Croatian Cave - Allison LeLaurin; Struggles of a Neolithic Egyptian - Danielle Tait; Buddhism in Early China - Karina Roche; Faithful Traditions - Xandy Novack; Redefined Heresy - Cindy Gonzalez; ...

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