Utah Historical Quarterly welcomes the submission of original research and writing on all aspects of Utah history, from prehistory to the present.
Authors must demonstrate the significance of their research and should organize their writing around a central thesis.
Long Research Articles
These constitute the bulk of UHQ. Manuscripts should not exceed 7,500 words in length or approximately 25 to 30 double-spaced pages.
Shorter Research Articles
We also welcome shorter pieces of original research, from 10 to 15 pages.
Thoroughly researched biography, set in historical context.
Primary document collections from around the state that invite research.
Reproductions of previously unpublished documents, with commentary.
Book review essays; commentary from historians on their craft.
Ten to fifteen illustrations, with context and interpretation.
Interpretation of historic buildings, built and natural landscapes, and preservation efforts.
Field notes and case studies of interest to UHQ readers.