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Welcome to Essays in History

Established in 1954, Essays in History is the annual publication of the Corcoran Department of History at the University of Virginia.  Seeking high-quality work by emerging scholars, EiH publishes peer-reviewed articles in all fields of historical inquiry, as well as reviews of the most recent scholarship.  EiH serves as a resource to students, teachers, researchers, and enthusiasts of historical studies.

Updates: Our 2014 issue is now online. Please follow the link to read Nicholas Pellegrino's historiographical review, Coercing Freedom: New Directions in the Historiography of American Religious Liberty.