The Long Island Historical Journal (LIHJ), a peer-reviewed, scholarly journal founded by Roger Wunderlich at Stony Brook University (SBU), is now available online.
Thirty-two issues were published by the Department of History and the Center for Regional Policy Studies at SBU between 1988 and 2008. The journal contains substantive, original scholarship about the history of Long Island – Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau and Suffolk counties – set in a regional, national and global context. The LIHJ also features reviews of books and exhibitions.
The print edition of the LIHJ was digitized in May 2011. The files were uploaded to DSpace (State University of New York’s Digital Repository) and cataloged by Kristen J. Nyitray, Head, Special Collections and University Archives and University Archivist. Several access points have been created to enhance discovery of the content published in the LIHJ, including keyword searching and browsing by author and subjects headings. To access the journal, visit: http://www.library.stonybrook.edu/lihj.
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