Journal for the History of Rhetoric

The Journal for the History of Rhetoric (JHR) is the peer-reviewed publication of the American Society for the History of Rhetoric. JHR (formally called Advances in the History of Rhetoric) publishes high-quality research on all historical aspects of rhetoric. The journal welcomes diverse historical perspectives and seeks to expand what is traditionally included in the canon of rhetorical history. 

JHR publishes articles on all historical periods and with reference to all intellectual, national, and cultural communities. The scope of JHR includes but is not limited to historical research from the areas of: rhetorical criticism, rhetorical discourse, argumentation, public address, social movements, rhetorical theory, and rhetorical instruction. 

For more information, consult the submission page and editorial policy. You can also see the table of contents for the latest issue and view members of the editorial board.