The Middle Ground (ISSN: 2155-1103) is a peer-reviewed journal for everyone with an interest in world history. All students of world history, no matter where we teach, research and study, are warmly invited to contribute. The middle ground is the common space shared between teachers and students, between research and teaching, among all levels and types of places of learning, among different areas of specialization and methodological approaches. We embrace and seek to nurture the common ground shared by all who are committed to the studying and teaching of world history. In particular, we seek to serve as the shared, common space between world history in the K-12 institutions and world history in the colleges and universities.
We invite submissions of articles and essays as well as nonfiction, fiction, film, and television reviews. We also publish reviews of textbooks and reflective presentations of teaching materials. Please contact the chief editor if you plan to submit a review of books or other artifacts already in your possession. We call upon all contributors, whether of an essay, article, or review, to consciously address a broader audience beyond that of a traditional academic journal, and to shape the work so that it may be used in a classroom on as many levels as possible. We would like to particularly encourage contributions on teaching from teachers, independent scholars and students. Submissions for The Middle Ground will be accepted on a continual basis. Please see the journal's website for the submission guidelines.
All enquiries should be directed to the chief editor, Professor Hong-Ming Liang, at MiddleGroundJournal@Gmail.Com. Or, Prof. Liang, The College of St. Scholastica, Department of History , Duluth, MN 55811, USA
The Middle Ground is published by Midwest World History Association (MWWHA) led by Professor Paul Jentz. The MWWHA is an affiliate of the World History Association. The Middle Ground gratefully acknowledges the generous sponsorship and logistical support from the College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, Minnesota, USA.
Hong-Ming Liang, Department of History and Politics, The College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN, USA. MiddleGroundJournal@Gmail.Com