The Editors of _Urban History_ (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
Journals Online), are pleased to announced the launch of Urban History
Multimedia, a website and blog to support scholars interested in publishing
born-digital multimedia and interactive scholarship, using maps, graphics,
video, and other media. Please visit: http://urbanhistorymultimedia.**
To access recent multimedia publications, how-to’s learn about free online
publishing platforms such as HyperCities, and follow us on Twitter:
All multimedia publications are fully peer-reviewed, copy edited, and
produced according to the high standards of Cambridge University Press.
All are fully referenced in the print and online full-text editions of the
journal, and all enjoy the generous publicity and marketing efforts of
Cambridge University Press.
Philip J. Ethington
Professor of History and Political Science
University of Southern California
Multimedia Editor, Urban History (Cambridge Univ. Press)
Board of Editors, American Historical Review
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