Agricultural History Review
is the leading journal for the publication of original research in all aspects of agricultural and rural history. First published in 1952, the Review
reflects the diversity of approaches which are possible in rural history. Its editors welcome submissions in any aspect of the history of agriculture, rural society and rural economy over the past millennium. Whilst it is not concerned with current policy debates, it is interested in considering discussions of the historical dimensions of current problems in rural society and food supply. The Review
is especially strong in British rural history, but actively seeks submissions in European and American rural history and has no bar on submissions concerning the remainder of the world. It is also the journal of record for book reviews in the discipline.Agricultural History Review
has an international editorial board. The current editors are Professor R. W. Hoyle, University of Reading, UK who is responsible for articles, and Professor H. R. French, University of Exeter who serves as editor for book reviews. The Review
is fully peer-refereed. Agricultural History Review
is published by the British Agricultural History Society from whom personal subscriptions may be obtained.