The Gettysburg Historical Journal embodies the History Department's dedication to diverse learning and excellence in academics. Each year, the Journal publishes the top student work in a range of topics across the spectrum of academic disciplines with different methodological approaches to the study of history. In the words of Marc Bloch, author of The Historian's Craft, "history is neither watchmaking nor cabinet construction. It is an endeavor toward better understanding." In the spirit of this maxim, our authors strive to elucidate the many facets of human societies and cultures. Whether this research is focused on politics, religion, economics, environmental history, or women, gender, and sexuality studies, the editorial staff is consistently proud of the diverse subject matter we select for publication. [excerpt]
Katzung Hokanson, Brandon R. and O'Boyle, Brianna
"Letter from the Editors,"
The Gettysburg Historical Journal: Vol. 17
, Article 4.
Available at: http://cupola.gettysburg.edu/ghj/vol17/iss1/4