Credit: Vivian Yess Wadlin


The Hudson River Valley Review takes an eclectic and interdisciplinary approach to the region and  regionalism. It publishes essays, photographs, paintings, documents, and book and art reviews, and it is ready to consider other forms of intellectual achievement. The Review was founded at Bard College in 1984 as The Hudson Valley Regional Review. The Hudson River Valley Institute at Marist College assumed publication in 2003 and has since implemented a peer-review process for article submissions and increased both the diversity of content and readership. Our online archives and back issues represent the full collections of HRVR as well as HVVR

The Review is published bianually, with new issues each spring and autumn.


Editorial Board

Thomas S. Wermuth, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Marist College, Chair

Myra Young Armstead, Lyford Paterson Edwards and Helen Gray Edwards Professor of Historical Studies, Bard College

Thomas A. Chambers, Professor of History, Niagara University

Michael Groth, Professor of History, Frances Tarlton Farenthold Presidential Professor,  Wells College

Susan Ingalls Lewis, Associate Professor of History, State University of New York at New Paltz

Tom Lewis, Professor of English Emeritus, Skidmore College

Roger Panetta, Visiting Professor of History, Fordham University

H. Daniel Peck, Professor of English Emeritus, Vassar College

Robyn L. Rosen, Associate Professor of History, Marist College

David Schuyler, Arthur and Katherine Shadek Professor of Humanities and American Studies, Franklin & Marshall College

COL Ty Seidule, Professor and Head, Department of History, U.S. Military Academy

Editors Present:

Reed Sparling

Christopher Pryslopski

Editors Past:

Richard C. Wiles - Bard College

William Wilson - Bard College

Business Manager:

Andrew Villani

Art Director:

Alice Texeira, Accurapid - The Language Service


Telephone: 845-575-3052

Fax: 845-575-3176

E-mail: hrvi@Marist.edu

Web: http://www.hudsonrivervalley.org/review/

The Subscription rate is $20 a year (two issues)

Submission of Essays
HRVR invites essays and other materials related to the Hudson Valley and to regionalism as a concept. Manuscripts, book reviews, and related correspondence may be mailed to:

Hudson River Valley Review
Hudson River Valley Institute
Marist College
3399 North Road
Poughkeepsie, New York  12601