What kinds of articles are published in OHQ?
Generally the longest in any issue, presenting a thesis and supporting evidence and narrative about a significant aspect of the past
Oregon voices and Oregon places
Generally shorter and focused on a person or place
Reproductions with introductions to give context
Showcases underutilized collections, research tools, and research processes
Local history spotlights
Highlight projects focused on local history across oregon
Focus is on images, with lengthy captions and introductory context
Review and reflection essays
In which authors reflect on their own books or review a group of books
Who are OHQ authors?
Anyone willing and able to do the work to bring a manuscript through peer review!
What do we look for in OHQ manuscripts?
Does it contain new information about, or new perspectives on, the past?
Does it engage with what we already know? Is it taking part in the conversation?
Does it clearly relate the effects of specific decisions and actions by individuals or groups of people?
Does it answer the most important question: WHY DOES THIS MATTER?
OHQ is the vanguard of Oregon history!
Through OHQ, niche obsessions become the building blocks of knowledge about Oregon's past.
Submissions and Advertising
Rose Tucker Fellow
Photo and Editorial Research
Book Review Editor
Editorial Advisory BoardPeter Boag, Washington State University
Kelly Cannon-Miller, Deschutes County Historical Society
Marisa Chappell, Oregon State University
Thomas J. Connolly, University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History
Chrissy Curran, State Historic Preservation Office
Jennifer Karson Engum, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation
Karen Gibson, Portland State University
Christin Hancock, University of Portland
Kimberly Jensen, Western Oregon University
David Liberty, StreamNet Library
Lawrence M. Lipin, Dept. of History, Pacific University
Marc Rodriguez, Portland State University
Chelsea Rose, Southern Oregon University Laboratory of Anthropology