Spring issue of ‘Rochester History Journal’ publishes with new digital format

RIT Press

The spring ‘Rochester History Journal’ publishes with a digital format for subscribers.

A new edition of the Rochester History Journal revisits the mid-sized American city and considers the past while looking into the future.

Published by RIT Press, in partnership with the RIT Department of History and the Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County, Rochester History Vol 81, No. 2 (spring 2024) is a peer-reviewed biannual journal that explores local issues within a national and global context. The journal features articles about diverse and inclusive historical topics relating to Rochester, Monroe County, and western New York.

The spring issue was edited by Christine L. Ridarsky, Rochester City Historian, and Rebecca Edwards, RIT professor of history, with contributions by various authors.

Rochester History first published in 1939. Today, the subscription-based journal includes an interactive digital edition that was introduced earlier this year and includes images, galleries, author podcasts, and other content.

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