For many, the study of history may seem like just fun thing to study while I college. Many see it simply as a prelude to becoming a lawyer, politician, or something else unrelated. For our purposes, the history channel of College Majors 101 is dedicated to those who want to make an entire career out of being an historian. There are many different avenues for historians, whether it is going to the Masters and PhD level and teaching in a university, or working for corporations like Coca Cola or Wells Fargo as their corporate historian.
Why is this Important?
- When students read what the industry reads, you better understand the ACTUAL major
- Magazines, Blogs and Newspapers in the industry provide a wealth of information
- Industry publications help you research the major in the way it’s used in the profession
|Premier history magazine covering wide range of issues.||Visit|
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|The American Archivist is the semi-annual journal of the Society of American Archivists (SAA). The journal is available to the public except for full-text articles from the three most recent volumes, which are retained in a reserved area that is accessible only to subscribers and SAA members.||Visit|
|Smithsonian Magazine||Widely respected magazine discussing nature, history, science and the arts.||Visit|
|American Heritage||Quality magazine covering America's past and present, including biographies of famous personalities, popular music, business, politics, art, war, and culture.||Visit|
|History and Theory||Abstracts from the international journal devoted to the theory and philosophy of history.||Visit|
|History News Network||Read news articles that relate history to the present and catch up with historians' views of current events. Includes articles from the left and right.||Visit|
|BBC History Magazine||UK best-selling history magazine covering all periods from pre-history to the present. Also features book reviews and guides to historic properties that can be visited around the UK||Visit|