An Introduction to International Journal of Historical Learning

About the IJHLTR

Published 25th November 2015

Research & Development in Education

In 2000 the International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research (IJHLTR) was founded to provide an international medium for reporting research and developments in History Education from the Early Years to Higher Education phases.

In 2009 the Historical Association of the United Kingdom became IJHLTR's publisher, see the attached edition of IJHLTR 9.1 - January 2009 that indicates the international nature of the journal.

IJHLTR's papers are internationally refereed. The journal also publishes monographs on History Education, including both new works and Historical Association seminal publications no longer in print.

Papers in IJHLTR are eligible for submission for Research Assessment Exercises that judge research quality.

The IJHLTR editorial team also runs the History Educators International Research Network (HEIRNET) annual conference. Previous HEIRNET conferences have been held in diverse locations including Corfu, Istanbul, Parana (Brazil) and Dublin. The editors encourages conference delegates to submit their papers for publication in IJHLTR - see the attached author instructions. 

Back copies of IJHLTR can be accessed here...

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