Member Discount for Paperless AHR

Do you prefer to read the American Historical Review as an e-book? Want to only search through the issue online? Concerned about the environmental impact of printed journals? If your answer to any of these questions is yes, the AHA now offers a discount for members who choose to receive the AHR in electronic format only. Now when you renew your membership or join as a new member, you’ll see an option to decline the paper copy. The $12 discount will be subtracted from your annual membership rate, so three-year memberships will be reduced by $36. The discount applies to all one- and three-year memberships and must be requested at the time of payment. There are still lots of ways for members who take this option to read the AHR. You can download... more


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    James Brooks

    Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
    Santa Barbara, CA

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    Cameron Univ.
    Oklahoma City, OK

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    Katherine Morrissey

    Univ. of Arizona
    Tucson, AZ

    36 Points


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