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Saber and Scroll

The logo for Saber and Scroll journal has a sword and the words "Saber & Scroll."

Saber and Scroll is the online journal of the Saber and Scroll Historical Society, a student organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Visit the society's homepage and view the latest Call for Papers here.

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Saber and Scroll Issues

Vol. 7, Iss.1 (Winter 2018)

Volume 7, Issue 1 of Saber and Scroll features the photograph "Invasion of Cape Gloucester, New Britain, 24 Dec. 1943" frrom the National Archives: "Crammed with men and material for the invasion, this Coast Guard-manned LST nears the Japanese held shore. Troops shown in the picture are Marines."

Saber and Scroll, Volume 7, Issue 1

Winter 2018

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 7, Issue 1 features articles on a variety of historical topics.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 6, Iss. 3 (Fall 2017)

Volume 6, Issue 3 of Saber and Scroll features the painting Hell Fighters from Harlem by H. Charles McBarron. A regiment of African-American soldiers are shown in battle during the Meuse-Argonne offensive, running through wintry woods.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 6, Issue 3

Fall 2017

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 6, Issue 3 features articles on World War I, to mark the centennial of America's entry into the war.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 6, Iss. 2 (Spring/Summer 2017)

The cover of v. 6, iss. 1 of Saber and Scroll features Augustus Sherman's photograph of a Rhuthenian woman taken at Ellis Island. The subject wears a head scarf, a bead necklace, and traditional clothing including a floral blouse, vest, and wide belt.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 6, Issue 2

Spring/Summer 2017

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 6, Issue 2 includes articles focused on immigration and population movements.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 6, Iss. 1 (Winter 2017)

The cover of v. 6, iss. 1 of Saber and Scroll features the Joan at the coronation of Charles VII by Jean Auguest Dominique Ingres, c. 1854. Joan of Arc wears a suit of armor and holds a flag above her head.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 6, Issue 1

Winter 2017

 

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 6, Issue 1 features works that center on tragedy and heroism.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

 

Vol. 5, Iss. 4 (Fall 2016)

The cover of v. 5, iss. 4 of Saber and Scroll features the painting Cincinnatus Leaves the Plow for the Roman Dictatorship, by Juan Antonio Ribera, c. 1806. In the painting the young farmer Cincinnatus, in a red and blue robe, is being summoned by men in white togas.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 5, Issue 4

Fall 2016

 

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 5, Issue 4 features articles on a wide array of historical topics, from the history of Roman farming to battleships during World War II.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 5, Iss. 3 (October 2016)

The cover of v. 5, iss. 3 of Saber and Scroll features the painting use The Battle of Cowpens by William Tylee Ranney. Six men sit atop horses, five of whom battle with swords and one with a pistol.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 5, Issue 3

Special Issue: October 2016

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 5, Issue 3 is a special issue of Saber and Scroll Journal devoted to the Revolutionary War Southern Campaign and the Battle of Cowpens.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 5, Iss. 2 (Spring/Summer 2016)

The cover of v. 5, iss. 2 of Saber and Scroll features the a photograph of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 5, Issue 2

Spring/Summer 2016

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 5, Issue 2 of Saber and Scroll features articles examining warfare from a series of angles.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 5, Iss. 1 (Winter 2016)

The cover of v. 5, iss. 1 of Saber and Scroll features the painting "The Heroes of the Valley," by John Elder.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 5, Issue 1

Winter 2016

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 5, Issue 1 features articles on a wide array of historical topics, as well as the introduction of well-researched, well-reasoned opinion pieces.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 4, Iss.3 (Fall 2015)

The cover of v. 4, iss. 3 of Saber and Scroll features the painting "Battle of Poitiers" by Charles de Steuben.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 4, Issue 3

Fall 2015

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 4, Issue 3 features papers related to transformations in history.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 4, Iss.2 (Spring/Summer 2015)

The cover image of v.4, iss. 2 of Saber and Scroll Historical Journal features Francis Blackwell Mayer's painting Crow at the Treaty of the Traverse des Sioux. A Native American in traditional headdress holds a long pipe.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 4, Issue 2

Spring/Summer 2015

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 4, Issue 2 features a number of historiographical essays, as well as feature articles that explore the theme of Population Movements and Civilization—the result of the summer 2015 call for papers.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 4, Iss.1 (Winter 2015)

The cover image of v.4, iss. 1 of Saber and Scroll is Sodoma's painting St. George and the Dragon. St. George slays the dragon from atop his steed.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 4, Issue 1

Winter 2015

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 4, Issue 1 features articles on the themes of winter and religion, as well as other articles and book reviews.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 3, Iss. 4 (Fall 2014)

The cover image of v.3, iss. 4 of Saber and Scroll features the painting Landing at Attu Bay by Richard Baldwin, US Army artist. Several soldiers in light green uniforms move supplies off a ship, with a mountain in the background.

Saber and Scroll, Volume 3, Issue 4

Fall 2014 (Edited and Revised May 2015)

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 3, Issue 4 features articles reflecting the broad range of historical interests across the scholarly community. This issue was initially published in fall 2014, and was fully revised and updated in May 2015.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 3, Iss. 2 (Spring/Summer 2014)

The cover image of v. 3, iss. 2 of Saber and Scroll features the title of the journal under a white archway on a rose-colored background.

Saber and Scroll, Volume 3, Issue 2

Spring/Summer 2014

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 3, Issue 2 is a combined spring-summer issue containing feature articles and book reviews reflecting the broad range of history interests across the scholarly community.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 3, Iss.1 (Winter 2014)

The cover image of v. 3, iss. 1 of Saber and Scroll featuresblue whirlpool with a distorted skull being pulled into it.

Saber and Scroll, Volume 4, Issue 1

Winter 2014

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 4, Issue 1 contains works analyzing an eclectic mix of historical genres and time periods.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 2, Iss.4 (Fall 2013)

The cover image of v. 2, iss. 4 of Saber and Scroll features a woman in an 18th-century dress in front of an elegant chateau, surprised as an airplane flies overhead.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 2, Issue 4

Fall 2013

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 2, Issue 4 is the “Revolutionary” issue – dedicated to “Revolutions that changed the world.”

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 2, Iss.3 (Summer 2013)

The cover of v. 2, iss. 3 of Saber and Scroll journal features a mug, a globe, and some books on a wooden desk.

 

Saber and Scroll, Volume 2, Issue 3

Summer 2013

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 2, Issue 3 features articles on an eclectic mix of historical topics.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 2, Iss.2 (Spring 2013)

THe cover of v. 2, iss. 2 of Saber and Scroll features a suit of armor with a sword in its grasp.

Saber and Scroll, Volume 2, Issue 2

Spring 2013

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 2, Issue 2 contains articles primarily concentrated on medieval history, including those with a focus on military history, women’s history, social and cultural history, as well as two articles on Ancient Greece.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 2, Iss.1 (Winter 2013)

The cover of v. 2, iss. 1 of Saber and Scroll journal features the paintings St. Augustine and St. Michael the Archangel, by Piero della Francesca, two sections of the Polyptych of St. Augustine (1460-1470).

Saber and Scroll, Volume 2, Issue 1

Winter 2013 (Edited and Revised May 2015)

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 2, Issue 1 features articles reflecting the broad range of historical interests across the scholarly community. This issue was initially published in winter 2013, and was fully revised and updated in May 2015.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 1, Iss. 3 (Fall 2012)

The cover image of v. 1, iss. 3 of Saber and Scroll is John Archibald's painting "We Owe Allegiance to No Crown." A man stands with an American flag while Lady Liberty, standing on a cloud, holds a crown over his head.

Saber and Scroll, Volume 1, Issue 3

Fall 2012 (Edited and Revised April 2015)

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 1, Issue 3 features several articles focusing on the theme of Politics and War. This issue was initially published in fall 2012, and was fully revised and updated in April 2015.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 1, Iss. 2 (Summer 2012)

The cover image of v. 1, iss. 2 of Saber and Scroll is Sir Frank Dicksee's "Portrait of a Lady." A woman looks at the viewer with long wavy brown hair, wearing a necklace and tiara.

Saber and Scroll, Volume 1, Issue 2

Summer 2012 (Edited and Revised April 2015)

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. Volume 1, Issue 2 features several articles on the roles women and gender have played in United States and world history. This issue was initially published in summer 2012, and was fully revised and updated in April 2015.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.

Vol. 1, Iss. 1 (Spring 2012)

The cover image of v.1, iss. 1 of Saber and Scroll is Pierre Mignard's painting of Clio. She sits in a chair, holding a scepter, surrounded by her books.

Saber and Scroll, Volume 1, Issue 1

Spring 2012 (Edited and Revised April 2015)

Saber and Scroll is the student journal of American Public University System's Saber and Scroll Historical Society, an organization focused on the promotion of historical studies through the encouragement of academic research. The inaugural issue of Saber and Scroll journal features articles on a wide variety of historical topics. This issue was initially published in spring 2012, and was fully revised and updated in April 2015.

A print copy of this issue of Saber and Scroll can be purchased at the first link below.