Journal articles and other periodical publications provide scholarly information on specific aspects of historical topics.
1) Because scholarly articles are peer reviewed and improved before publication, they are more authoritative than magazine articles or much of the material on the open Web.
2) Since articles are published on a shorter schedule than books, they can be more-up-to-date.
3) Because journal articles tend to run between 20 and 40 pages, authors' make their arguments clearly and concisely.
The indexes below are the best ways for you to identify journal articles. Use the button in individual article records to access the full text if a link is not already provided.