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The journal claims to position itself "at the point where rigorous historical scholarship and active political engagement converge". During its heydey, the journal advertised that it "publishes the best marxist and non-marxist radical scholarship in jargon-free English". With the 1990s academic shift towards postmodernism, the Journal dropped its militant stance to emphasize instead culturalist "issues of gender, race, sexuality, imperialism, and class, stretching the boundaries of historical analysis to explore Western and non-Western histories".
The New Criterion describes RHR as "a publication that plainly states it 'rejects conventional notions of scholarly neutrality and 'objectivity,' and approaches history from an engaged, critical, political stance.'"
"The journal has recently distinguished itself by publishing a series of interviews with (several historians) exploring the relationship in their work between historical scholarship and political commitment."
In 1999, the editors described "the journal's recent move toward a more overtly political discussion of historical topics".
- Radical History Review
- "Radical History Review". Project MUSE. muse.jhu.org. Retrieved 2018-02-21.
- Cerullo, Margaret (1979). "Marcuse and Feminism". New German Critique. Duke University Press. 18: 21–3. doi:10.2307/487846. ISSN 1558-1462. JSTOR 487846 – via JSTOR.
- "Radical History" by Harvey Klehr & John Earl Haynes
- Professors, Politics, and Pop, by Jon Wiener, 1991, p. 207"
- Radical History Review: Liberalism and the Left, by RHR Collective
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