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The Hudson River Valley Review

The Hudson River Valley Review is a biannual journal of regional studies published by The Hudson River Valley Institute. Click the "Learn More" buttons below to read about the journal, browse samples of our back issues, or search an index of articles published in both The Hudson River Valley Review and its precursor The Hudson Valley Regional Review dating back to 1984. You can also read our book reviews online and subscribe to receive the journal in print; authors can find information on how to submit articles.

About

Hudson River Valley Review publishes essays, photographs, paintings, documents, and book, exhibit, and historic site reviews.

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We publish two peer-reviewed issues per year.

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Indices

Indices of all past issues of both The Hudson Valley Regional Review and The Hudson River Valley Review. Sort by author, title, subject, Volume, and Issue number.

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Back Issues of The Review

Review back issues by cover, click to download sample PDFs.

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Books Available for Review

The titles below are available for review. If you are interested in reviewing a book for publication in the Hudson River Valley Review, please contact us with your selected title and a brief introduction. Be sure to include your academic background and affiliation.

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Retailers

You can find our journal for sale at these bookstores, museum shops, and markets throughout our region.

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Submissions

The Review is willing to consider essays on all aspects of the Hudson Valley—its intellectual, political, economic, social, and cultural history, its prehistory, architecture, literature, art, and music—as well as essays on the ideas and ideologies of regionalism itself. All articles undergo peer analysis.

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