The American Institute of the History of Pharmacy publishes, Pharmacy in History (ISSN: 0031-7047 [Print] and 2329-5031 [Online]), an academic peer-reviewed quarterly journal devoted to exploring the place of pharmacy in the history of civilization.
Pharmacy in History publishes essays on the history of pharmaceutical practice, science, education, and industry, including the history of drugs and therapeutics and facets of the related medical sciences. The journal solicits manuscripts not exceeding 10,000 words, and also invites submission of scholarly and research notes, generally no longer than 1,000 words (exclusive of footnotes).
All scholarly manuscripts submitted undergo a peer-review process. Book reviews are assigned to specialist scholars, and authors desiring Pharmacy in History to carry reviews should arrange for their publishers to send copies of books to American Institute of the History of Pharmacy, Editor Pharmacy in History, 777 Highland Ave., Madison, WI 53705. Full submission guidelines.
All past issues of Pharmacy in History have been digitized and are text-searchable at JSTOR. Many libraries provide access to JSTOR; or readers can purchase individual articles from JSTOR.
AIHP Individual members who join at the Contributor level or above receive complimentary access to the Pharmacy in History JSTOR archive. Individual members joining at the Regular level can purchase access to the Pharmacy in History JSTOR archive for an additional $10 per year.
For Libraries, Museums, and Institutional subscribers the historical archive of Pharmacy in History (with a three-year embargo) is available through JSTOR’s Arts and Sciences X Collection. Recent issues of Pharmacy in History (within the last three years) are available through JSTOR’s current scholarship program. Institutional subscribers must contact AIHP directly to arrange for access to recent issues of Pharmacy in History at JSTOR.
Pharmacy in History is abstracted in: PubMed, America – History and Life, Historical Abstracts, and International Pharmaceutical Abstracts.
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