This page will soon be reorganized with a series of sub-categories to make it easier to navigate.
Abrams, Nathan. Commentary Magazine, 1945-1959: A Journal of Significant Thought and Opinion. London: Vallentine Mitchell, 2007.
Abrams, Nathan. Norman Podhoretz and Commentary Magazine: The Rise and Fall of the Neocons. New York: Continuum, 2010.
Abrahamson, David. The American Magazine: Research Perspectives and Prospects. Ames: Iowa State University Press, 1995.
Abrahamson, David. Magazine-Made America: The Cultural Transformation of the Postwar Periodical. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 1996.
Abrahamson, David, and Carol Polsgrove. “The Right Niche: Consumer Magazines and Advertisers,” in A History of the Book in America, vol. 5: The Enduring Book; Print Culture in Postwar America, ed. David Paul Nord, Joan Shelley Rubin, and Michael Schudson, 107–18. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2009.
Abrams, Nathan. “A Significant Journal of Jewish Opinion?: The Jewishness of Commentary Magazine.” American Jewish Archives Journal 55 (no. 1, 2003), 3562.
Ackerman, Martin. The Curtis Affair. Los Angeles: Nash Publishing, 1970.
Ackerman, Michael. “Interpreting the ‘Newer Knowledge of Nutrition’: Science, Interests, and Values in the Making of Dietary Advice in the United States, 1915–1965.” Phd dissertation, University of Virginia, 2005.
Alred, Jeff. “Boring From Within: James Agee and Walker Evans at Time, Inc.” Criticism 52:1 (Winter 2010): 41-70.
Amory, Cleveland, ed. Vanity Fair: A Cavalcade of the 1920s and 1930s. New York: Viking Press, 1960.
Anderson, Elliot, and Mary Kinze, eds. The Little Magazine in America: A Modern Documentary History. Yonkers, NY: Pushcart Press, 1978.
Anderson, Jill. “A Friend, a Nimble Mind, and a Book: Girls’ Literary Criticism in Seventeen Magazine, 1958-1969.” Journal of American Studies 55:4 (2021): 815-840.
Angeletti, Norberto, and Alberto Olivia. Magazines That Make History: Their Origins, Development, and Influence. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2004.
Anson, Robert Sam. Gone Crazy and Back Again: The Rise and Fall of the Rolling Stone Generation. New York: Doubleday, 1981.
Archer, William. “The American Cheap Magazine.” Fortnightly Review (2 May 1910): 921-932.
Arenz, Deb. “The Illustrator’s Pencil: John Falter from Nebraska to the Saturday Evening Post.” Nebraska History 93 (Spring 2012): 2–27.
Aronson, Amy Beth. Taking Liberties: Early American Women’s Magazines and Their Readers. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 2002.
Aronson, Amy. “Still Reading Women’s Magazines: Reconsidering the Tradition a Half Century After The Feminine Mystique.” American Journalism 27:2 (Spring 2010): 31-61.
Arthur, Craig, and Anthony Kwame Harrison. “Reading Billboard 1979-1989: Exploring Rap Music’s Emergence Through the Music Industry’s Most Influential Trade Magazine.” Popular Music and Society 34:3 (2011): 307-327.
Ashley, Mike, and Marshall B. Tymn. Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Weird Fiction Magazines. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1986.
Association of National Advertisers. Magazine Circulation and Rate Trends, 1940-1974. New York: Association of National Advertisers, 1976.
Augspurger, Michael. “Henry Luce, Fortune, and the Attraction of Italian Fascism.” American Studies 41:1 (Spring 2000): 115-139.
Augspurger, Michael J. “An Economy of Abundant Beauty: Fortune and the Culture of Corporate Liberalism.” PhD dissertation, University of Iowa, 2001.
Baggett, Holly. “Aloof from Natural Laws: Margaret C. Anderson and the Little Review.” Phd dissertation, University of Delaware, 1992.
Bailey, Brigitte. “Fuller, The Dial, The Tribune, and Periodical Print Culture.” South Central Review 35:3 (Fall 2018): 89-102.
Bainbridge, John. Little Wonder, or The Reader’s Digest and How it Grew. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1945.
Baldwin, Melinda. Making Nature: The History of a Scientific Journal. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015.
Balint, Benjamin. Running Commentary: The Contentious Magazine that Transformed the Jewish Left into the Neoconservative Right. New York: Public Affairs, 2010.
Banta, Martha. Words at Work in Vanity Fair: Language Shifts in Crucial Times, 1914–1930. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
Barnhisel, Greg. “Encounter Magazine and the Twilight of Modernism.” ELH 81:1 (Spring 2014): 381-416.
Barron, Jonathan. “Abraham Cahan’s The Rise of David Levinsky in McClure’s Magazine: Race, Capitalism, and Jewish American Identity.” Studies in American Jewish Literature 40:2 (2021): 140-171.
Bates, Stephen. “Public Intellectuals on Time’s Covers.” Journalism History 37:1 (Spring 2011): 39-50.
Bearor, Karen A. “The Illustrated American and the Lakota Ghost Dance.” American Periodicals 21:2 (2011): 143-163.
Beggan, James, and Scott Allison. “What Sort of Man Reads Playboy? The Self-Reported Influence of Playboy on the Construction of Masculinity.” Journal of Men’s Studies 11:2 (Winter 2003): 189-206.
Benwell, Bethan. Masculinity and Men’s Lifestyle Magazines. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2003.
Berebitsky, Julie. “The Joy of Work: Helen Gurley Brown, Gender, and Sexuality in the White-Collar Office.” Journal of the History of Sexuality 15:1 (January 2006): 89-127. (Cosmopolitan)
Berglund, Barbara. “Western Living Sunset Style in the 1920s and 1930s: The Middlebrow, the Civilized, and the Modern.” Western Historical Quarterly 37 (Summer 2006): 133–57.
Bernard, Walter, and Milton Glaser. Mag Men: Fifty Years of Making Magazines. New York: Columbia University Press, 2019.
Bertonneau, Thomas F. “The Obliging Order: William F. Buckley’s War on Totalitarianism and Blandness.” Intercollegiate Review 43 (Fall 2008): 25–33.
Best, James J. “The Brandywine School and Magazine Illustrations in Harper’s, Scribners, and Century, 1906-1910.” Journal of American Culture 3:1 (Spring 1980): 128-144.
Betrock, Alan. Sleazy Business: A Pictorial History of Exploitation Tabloids, 1959-1974. Brooklyn: Shake Books, 1994.
Bisonette, Devan L. “Between Silence and Self-Interest: Time, Life, and the Unsilent Generation’s Coming of Age.” Journalism History 35:2 (Summer 2009): 62-71.
Bissonette, Devan L. “The ‘Time’ of Our ‘Life’: Packaging the News for America’s Busy Readers from Little Rock (1957) to the End of ‘Life’ as We Knew It (1972.)” PhD dissertation, State University of New York, Binghamton, 2009.
Blanton, Lynne. “The Agrarian Myth in 18th and 19th Century American Magazines.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Illinois, 1979.
Bloyd-Peshkin, Sharon, and Charles Whitaker, eds. Curating Culture: How Twentieth-Century Magazines Influenced America. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2021.
Bogaert, Anthony, Deborah Turkovich, and Carolyn Hafer. “A Content Analysis of Playboy Centrefolds from 1953 Through 1990: Changes in Explicitness, Objectification, and Model’s Age.” Journal of Sex Research 30:2 (1993): 135-139.
Bok, Edward. The Americanization of Edward Bok. New York: Scribner’s, 1920.
Bonner, Judith H. “Arts and Letters: An Illustrated Periodical of Nineteenth Century New Orleans. Southern Quarterly 28 (Winter 1989): 59-76.
Botkin, B.A. “Little Magazines of the Folk Revival.” New York Folklore Quarterly 19 (1963): 62-66.
Boyd, Anne E. “What, Has She Gotten into the Atlantic? Women Writers, the Atlantic Monthly, and the Forming of the American Canon.” American Studies 39 (Fall 1998): 5-36.
Bradley, Patricia. “Media Leaders and Personal Ideology: Margaret Cousins and the Women’s Service Magazines.” Journalism History 21:2 (Spring 1995): 79-87.
Branson, Susan. “Gendered Strategies for Success in the Early Nineteenth-Century Literary Marketplace: Marry Carr and the Ladies’ Tea Tray.” Journal of American Studies (Cambridge) 40 (April 2006): 35–51.
Brodherson, David. “Picture Mania”: Picture Collecting and Periodicals in Nineteenth-Century America.” Journal of American Culture 33 (December 2010): 322–335.
Bronski, Michael. Pulp Fiction: Uncovering the Golden Age of Gay Male Pulps. New York: St. Martin’s, 2003.
Brooks, Dwight E. “Consumer Markets and Consumer Magazines: Black America and the Culture of Consumption.” PhD dissertation, University of Iowa, 1991.
Brown, Judith. Glamour in Six Dimensions: Modernism and the Radiance of Form. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. 2009.
Brown, Michael. “The Popular Art of American Magazine Illustration, 1885-1917.” Journalism History 24:3 (Autumn 1998): 94-103.
Buckely, Priscilla L. Living it Up with the National Review: A Memoir. Dallas: Spence Publishing, 2005.
Buckley, William F. Cancel Your Own Goddam Subscription: Notes and Asides from National Review. New York: Basic Books, 2007.
Burck, Gilbert, ed. Writing for Fortune: Nineteen Authors Remember Life on the Staff of a Remarkable Magazine. New York: Time Inc., 1980.
Burkhalter, Nancy. “Women’s Magazines and the Suffrage Movement: Did They Hurt or Hinder the Cause?” Journal of American Culture 19:2 (Summer 1996): 13-24.
Busby, Linda J., and Greg Leichty. “Feminism and Advertising in Traditional and Nontraditional Women’s Magazines, 1950s-1980s.” Journalism Quarterly 70:2 (1993): 247-264.
Calder, Angela. “More Than a Centerfold: Gender and the Politics of Playboy Magazine in Modern America.” PhD dissertation, University of Houston, 2010.
Cane, Aleta F. and Susan Alves, eds., The Only Efficient Instrument: American Women Writers and the Periodical, 1837-1916. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2001.
Canning, Peter. American Dreamers: The Wallaces and Reader’s Digest. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1996.
Cantor, Geoffrey, and Sally Shuttleworth, eds. Science Serialized: Representations of the Sciences in Nineteenth-Century Periodicals. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Case, Andrew N. “Idealizing an Organic Landscape: J. I. Rodale, the Rodale Press, and the Pennsylvania Countryside.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 138 (January 2014): 73–98.
Casey, Janet G. “Realism and the Discursive Dynamics of the Popular Periodical, 1900-1930.” Mosaic 46:2 (June 2013): 123-145.
Chalmers, Claudine. Chronicling the West for Harpers: Coast to Coast with Frenzeny & Tavernier in 1873-1874. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2013.
Chatellier, Courtney. “Not of the Modern French School: Literary Conservatism and the Ancien Regime in Early American Periodicals.” Early American Studies 16:1 (Summer 2018): 489-513.
Chielens, Edward E., ed. American Literary Magazines: The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. New York: Greenwood Press, 1986.
Christman, Henry W., ed. One Hundred Years of the The Nation. New York: MacMillan, 1965.
Chuppa-Cornell, Kim. “Filling a Vacuum: Women’s Health Information in Good Housekeeping’s Articles and Advertisements, 1920-1965.” Historian 67: 3 (2005): 454-473.
Cieply, Stefan K. “The Uncommon Man: Esquire and the Problem of the North American Male Consumer, 1957–6.3” Gender & History 22 (April 2010): 151–168.
Clark, Daniel A. Creating the College Man: American Mass Magazines and Middle-Class Manhood, 1890-1915. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2010.
Claussen, Dane S. Anti-Intellectualism in American Media: Magazines and Higher Education. New York: Peter Lang, 2004.
Cobb, Jasmine. “Partial Portraits: African Americans in Harper’s New Monthly Magazine.” Journal of the Civil War Era12:4 (December 2022): 503-527.
Cody, Michael. Charles Brockden Brown and the Literary Magazine: Cultural Journalism in the Early American Republic. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2004.
Cohn, Jan. Creating America: George Horace Lorimer and the Saturday Evening Post. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1989.
Cohoon, Lorinda B. Serialized Citizenships: Periodicals, Books, and American Boys, 1840-1911. Lanham: Scarecrow Press, 2006.
Coll, Gary. “Noah Webster, Magazine Editor and Publisher.” Journalism History 11: 1/2 (Spring-Summer 1984): 26-31.
Collins, Bradford R. “Life Magazine and the Abstract Expressionists, 1948-51: A Historiographic Study of a Late Bohemian Enterprise.” Art Bulletin 73:2 (June 1991): 283-308.
Collins, Jane, and Catherine Lutz. “Becoming America’s Lens on the World: National Geographic in the Twentieth Century.” South Atlantic Quarterly 69 (Spring 1992): 161-192.
Compaine, Benjamin M. Consumer Magazines at a Crossroads: A Study of General and Special Interest Magazines. White Plains: Knowledge Industry Publishing, 1974.
Congdon, Brad. Leading With the Chin: Writing American Masculinities in Esquire, 1960-1989. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018.
Congdon, Brad. “Langston Hughes, Esquire, and the Professional-Managerial Class.” The Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 10, no. 1–2 (2019): 27–51.
Constantinesco, Thomas. “The Dial and the Untimely ‘Sprit of the Time.’” American Periodicals 28:1 (2018): 21-40.
Cooney, Terry A. The Rise of the New York Intellectuals: Partisan Review and Its Circle. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1986.
Corey, Mary E. The World Through a Monocle: The New Yorker at Mid-Century. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1999.
Coutaut, Frank R. A Qualitative Study of Magazines: Who Reads Them and Why? Two Parts. New York: McCall, 1939 and 1941.
Craig, Christopher. “Goods and Goodness: The Expression of Socially-Conscious Consumerism in the Postwar New Yorker.” PhD dissertation, Tufts University, 2007.
Cronin, Mary M. “The Reform Journalism of The New England Magazine.” Journalism History 22:1 (Spring 1996): 15-23.
Cronin, Mary M. “Redefining Women’s Sphere: New England’s Antebellum Female Textile Operatives’ Magazines and the Response to the ‘Cult of True Womanhood.” Journalism History 25:1 (Spring 1999): 13-25.
Cronin, Mary M. “‘Those Who Toil and Spin’: Female Textile Operatives’ Publications in New England and the Response to Working Conditions, 1840–1850.” American Journalism 16, no. 2 (1999): 17–37.
Crume, John B. “Children’s Magazines, 1826-1857.” Journal of Popular Culture 6:4 (Spring 1973): 699-706.
Cyganowski, Carol K. Magazine Editors and Professional Authors in Nineteenth Century America. New York: Garland Publishing, 1988.
Damon-Moore, Helen. Magazines for the Millions: Gender and Commerce in the Ladies Home Journal and Saturday Evening Post. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1994.
Dean, Gabrielle. “Cover Story: The Smart Set’s Clever Packaging, 1908–1923.” The Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 4, no. 1 (2013): 1–29.
Deen, Stella. “Cultivating Citizen Readers: Clemence Dane’s Historical Essays in Good Housekeeping.” Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 10:1-2 (2019): 98-128.
Del Visco, Stephen. “Yellow Peril, Red Scare: Race and Communism in National Review.” Ethnic and Racial Studies42:4 (2019): 626-644.
Denning, Michael. The Cultural Front: The Labouring of American Culture in the Twentieth Century. London: Verso, 1996.
Dicken-Garcia, Hazel. “Of Punctilios Among the Fair Sex: Colonial American Magazines, 1741-1776.” Journalism History 3 (Summer 1976): 48-.
Doezema, Marianne. “The Clean Machine: Technology in American Magazine Illustration.” Journal of American Culture 11:4 (Winter 1988): 73-92.
Dolmetsch, Carl R. The Smart Set: A History and Anthology. New York: Dial Press, 1966.
Dorn, Jacob H. “Sunday Afternoon: The Early Social Gospel in Journalism.” New England Quarterly 44:2 (June 1971): 238-258.
Doss, Erica, ed. Looking at Life Magazine. Washington DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2001.*
Doudna, Martin K. Concerned About the Planet: The Reporter Magazine and American Liberalism, 1949-1968. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1977.
Douglas, Ann. The Feminization of American Culture. New York: Doubleday Anchor, 1977.
Douglas, George H. The Smart Magazines: Fifty Years of Literary Revelry and High Jinks at Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Life, Esquire, and The Smart Set. Hamden, CT: Archon, 1991.
Draper, Robert. Rolling Stone Magazine: The Uncensored History. New York: Doubleday, 1990.
Drewry, John E. Some Magazines and Magazine Makers. Boston: Stratford Co., 1924.
Dyhouse, Carol. Glamour: Women, History, Feminism. New York: Zed Books. 2010.
Earle, David M. All Man! Hemingway, 1950s Men’s Magazines, and the Masculine Persona. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 2009.
Earle, David M., and Georgia Clarkson Smith. “‘True Stories from Real Life’: Hearst’s Smart Set, Macfadden’s Confessional Form, and Selective Reading.” The Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 4, no. 1 (2013): 30–54.
Eldred, Janet Carey. Literate Zeal: Gender and the Making of a New Yorker Ethos. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012.
Elson, Robert T. Time, Inc.: The Intimate History of a Publishing Enterprise, 1923-1941. New York: Athenaeum, 1968.
Elson, Robert T. The World of Time, Inc., 1941-1960. New York: Athenaeum, 1973.
Elson, Robert T. The World of Time, Inc.: The Intimate History of a Changing Enterprise, 1960-1980. New York: Athenaeum, 1986.
Elzey, Wayne. “The Most Unforgettable Magazine I’ve Ever Read: Religion and Social Hygiene in the Reader’s Digest.” Journal of Popular Culture 10:1 (Summer 1976): 181-190.
Endres, Kathleen L., and Therese L. Lueck, eds. Women’s Periodicals in the United States: Consumer Magazines. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1995.
Enszer, Julie. “The Whole Naked Truth of Our Lives: Lesbian-Feminist Print Culture from 1969 Through 1989.” PhD dissertation, University of Maryland, 2013.
Epstein, Joseph. “Henry Luce and His Time.” Commentary 44:5 (November 1967): 35-47.
Fackler, Mark, and Charles H. Lippy, eds. Popular Religious Magazines of the United States. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1995.
Farrell, Amy E. Yours in Sisterhood: Ms. Magazine and the Promise of Popular Feminism. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1998.
Ferguson, Marjorie. Forever Feminine: Women’s Magazines and the Cult of Femininity. London: Heinemann, 1983. US and England
Fishbein, Leslie. Rebels in Bohemia: The Radicals of The Masses, 1911-1917. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1982.
Fitzpatrick, Shanon. True Story: How a Pulp Empire Remade Mass Media. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2022.
Flamiano, Dolores. “Covering Contraception: Discourses of Gender, Motherhood, and Sexuality in Women’s Magazines, 1938–1969.” American Journalism 17, no. 3 (2000): 59–87.
Flamiano, Dolores L. “Larger Than Life: Collective Memory and Gender in Life Magazine’s Photo Essay, Photographic Pin-Up, and Commemorative Photojournalism.” PhD dissertation, University of North Carolina, 2000.
Flamiano, Dolores. “The (Nearly) Naked Truth: Gender, Race, and Nudity in Life, 1937.” Journalism History 28:3 (Fall 2002): 121-136.
Flamiano, Dolores. Women, Workers, and Race in LIFE Magazine: Hansel Mieth’s Reform Photojournalism, 1934-1955. New York: Routledge, 2016.
Flautz, John. Life: The Gentle Satirist. Bowling Green, OH: Bowling Green University Press, 1972. (the old Life, pre-Luce)
Folks, Jeffrey. “The South in The Saturday Evening Post: 1925-1929.” Studies in Popular Culture 5 (1982) 50-55.
Forcey, Charles. The Crossroads of Liberalism: Croly, Weyl, Lippmann, and the Progressive Era. New York: Oxford University Press, 1961.
Forde, Kathy Roberts. Literary Journalism on Trial: Masson v. New Yorker and the First Amendment. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2008.
Forde, Kathy Roberts. “Profit and Public Interest: A Publication History of John Hersey’s Hiroshima.” Journalism and Mass Communications Quarterly 88:3 (Autumn 2011): 562-579.
Franzen, Raymond. Magazine Audiences and the Urban Negro Market. New York: Our World Publishing, 1966.
Fraterrigo, Elizabeth. “Entertainment for Men: Playboy, Masculinity, and Postwar American Culture.” PhD dissertation, Loyola University, 2004.
Fraterrigo, Elizabeth. Playboy and the Making of the Good Life in Modern America. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.
Friedrich, Otto. The Decline and Fall of the Saturday Evening Post. New York: Harper and Row, 1970.
Frye, Steven. “Constructing Indigeneity: Postcolonial Dynamics in Charles Brockden Brown’s Monthly Magazine and American Review.” American Studies 39:3 (Fall 1998): 69-88.
Fulhage, Michael. “The Mexican Image Through Southern Eyes: De Bow’s Review in the Era of Manifest Destiny.” American Journalism 30:2 (Spring 2013): 182-209.
Fuller, Landon Edward. “The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, 1837-1859: Its History, Contents, and Significance.” PhD dissertation, University of North Carolina, 1848.
Galligani Casey, Janet. “This is YOUR Magazine: Domesticity, Agrarianism, and The Farmer’s Wife.” American Periodicals 14:2 (2004): 179-211.
Gambee Jr., Budd Leslie. “Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 1855-1860: Artistic and Technological Operations of a Pioneer News Weekly in America.” PhD dissertation, University of Michigan, 1963.
Gannon, Susan R., Suzanne Rahn, and Ruth Anne Thompson, eds. St. Nicholas and Mary Mapes Dodge: The Legacy of a Children’s Magazine Editor, 1873-1905. Jefferson: McFarland, 2004.
Garrison, Bruce L. “Robert Walsh’s American Review: America’s First Quarterly.” Journalism History 8:1 (Spring 1981): 14-17.
Gerson, Walter M., and Sander H. Lund. “Playboy Magazine: Sophisticated Smut or Social Revolution?” Journal of Popular Culture 1:3 (Winter 1967): 218-227.
Gilding, Anna Luker. “Preserving Sentiments: American Women’s Magazines of the 1830s and Networks of Antebellum Print Culture.” American Periodicals 23:2 (2013): 156-171.
Gill, Brendan. Here at the New Yorker. New York: Random House, 1975.
Gillham, Jonathan Brown. “The Laugh of the Oppressed Creature: Early Twentieth-Century American Magazine Humor as Affective Adaptation to Modernity.” PhD dissertation, Wayne State University, 2009.
Gingrich, Arnold. Nothing But People: The Early Days at Esquire. New York: Crown, 1971.
Gladstone, John G. “Working Class Imagery in Harper’s Weekly, 1865-1895.” Labor’s Heritage 5:1 (Spring 1993): 42-61.
Goodman, Susan. Republic of Words: The Atlantic Monthly and its Writers. Boston: University Press of New England, 2011.
Goodrich, Joseph, ed. People in a Magazine: The Selected Letters of S.N. Behrman and his Editors at the New Yorker. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2019.
Gordon, Jean, and Jan McArthur. “Popular Culture, Magazines, and American Domestic Interiors, 1898-1940.” Journal of Popular Culture 22:4 (Spring 1989): 35-60.
Grant, Thomas. “Mythologizing Manhattan: The New Yorker’s New York.” American Studies 28:1 (Spring 1987): 31-46.
Green, Fiona, ed. Writing for the New Yorker: Critical Essays on an American Periodical. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015.
Greene, Theodore. America’s Heroes: The Changing Models of Success in American Magazines. New York: Oxford University Press, 1970.
Grosvenor, Gilbert. The National Geographic Society and Its Magazine. Washington DC: National Geographic Society, 1947.
Gundle, Stephen. Glamour: A History. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008.
Haberman, Robb K. “Periodical Publics: Magazines and Literary Networks in Post-Revolutionary America.” PhD dissertation, University of Connecticut, 2009.
Habig, Stewart. “Ralph Ellison, Partisan Review, and the Politics of the Page.” American Periodicals 31:2 (Fall 2021): 81-97.
Hage, Emily. “The Magazine as Readymade: New York Dada and the Transgression of Genre and Gender Boundaries.” The Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 3, no. 2 (2012): 175–917.
Haining, Peter. The Classic Era of American Pulp Magazines. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2000.
Hale, Jon Frederick. “The Evolution of Mainstream Political Perspectives: The New Republic, National Review, and American Politics, 1964-1984.” PhD dissertation, Indiana University, 1989.
Hamblin, Dorothy. That Was the Life: The Upstairs, Downstairs Behind-the-Doors Story of America’s Favorite Magazine. New York: W.W. Norton, 1977.
Hamilton, Megan Lynne. “Glamour, Good Money, and Glossy Magazines: The New Yorker, Esquire, and 20th Century Magazine Fiction.” PhD dissertation, Brandeis University, 2014.
Hamilton, Sharon. The Smart Set Magazine and the Popularization of American Modernism, 1908-1920.” PhD dissertation, Dalhousie University (Canada), 1999.
Hamilton, Sharon. “The First New Yorker? The Smart Set Magazine, 1900-1924.” Serials Librarian 37:2 (June 1999): 89-104.
Hamilton-Honey, Emily. Turning the Pages of American Girlhood: The Evolution of Girl’s Serial Fiction, 1865-1930. Jefferson: McFarland, 2013.
Hancuff, Richard William. “‘Let it be really new’: The Early New Masses and Nativist Discourse.” PhD dissertation, George Washington University, 2007.
Hannah, Matthew. “Photoplay, Literary Celebrity, and The Little Review.” The Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 5, no. 2 (2014): 222–243.
Hardwig, Bill. Upon Provincialism: Southern Literature and National Periodical Culture, 1870-1900. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 2013.
Hargrave, Lindsay, and Carolyn Kitch. “Life on Campus: Life Magazine’s ‘College Girl’ as an Ordinary and Ideal Symbol of America in the 1930s.” Journalism History 47:2 (2021): 170-188.
Harris, Donal. On Company Time: American Modernism in the Big Magazines. New York: Columbia University Press, 2016.
Harris, Neil. The Chicagoan: A Lost Magazine of the Jazz Age. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008.
Harris, Oliver. “Minute Particulars of the Counter-Culture: Time, Life, and the Photo-poetics of Allen Ginsberg.” Comparative American Studies 10 (March 2012): 3–29.
Hart, Jeffrey. The Making of the American Conservative Mind: National Review and Its Times. Wilmington: ISI Books, 2006.
Harvey, Anne-Marie. “Sons of the Sun: Making White, Middle-Class Manhood in Jack London’s David Grief Stories and the Saturday Evening Post.” American Studies 39:3 (Fall 1998): 37-68.
Haveman, Heather A. “Antebellum Literary Culture and the Evolution of American Magazines.” Poetics 32 (2004): 5-28.
Haveman, Heather A. Magazines and the Making of America: Modernization, Community, and Print Culture. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2015.
Hefner, Brooks E., and Edward Timke. “Beyond Little and Big: Circulation, Data, and American Magazine History.” The Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 11, no. 1 (2020): 25–51.
Heidenry, John. Theirs Was the Kingdom: Lila and DeWitt Wallace and the Story of the Reader’s Digest. New York: Norton, 1993.
Heister, Iven L. “An Ambivalent Nemesis: Philip Roth, Commentary, and the American Jewish Intellectual. Philip Roth Studies 17:2 (2021): 68-88.
Helfgott, Isadora. “Art in Life: Fashioning Political Ideology Through Visual Culture in Mid-Century America.” American Periodicals 20:2 (2010): 269-294.
Henry, Susan. “Gambling on a Magazine and a Marriage: Jane Grant, Harold Ross, and the New Yorker.” Journalism History 30:2 (Summer 2004): 54-65.
Henry, Susan. “We Must Not Forget We are Dealing With a Woman: Jane Grant’s Return to a Magazine and a Cause.” Journalism History 33:3 (Fall 2007): 151-162.
Hill, Daniel D. As Seen in Vogue: A Century of American Fashion Advertising. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 2004.
Hirsch, Paul M. “An Analysis of Ebony: The Magazine and its Readers.” Journalism Quarterly 45:2 (1968): 261-270.
Hirshbein, Laura, and Sharmalie Sarvananda. “History, Power, and Electricity: American Popular Magazine Accounts of Electroconvulsive Therapy, 1940–2005.” Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. 44 (Winter 2008): 1–18.
Hoffman, Brian. “A Certain Amount of Prudishness: Nudist Magazines and the Liberalization of American Obscenity Law, 1947-58.” Gender & History 22:3 (November 2010): 708-732.
Holder, Stephen C. “The Family Magazine and the American People.” Journal of Popular Culture 7:2 (Fall 1973): 264-279.
Hollows, Joanne. “The Bachelor Dinner: Masculinity Class, and Cooking in Playboy, 1953-1961.” Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies 16:2 (June 2003): 1143-155.
Hooven, F. Valentine. Beefcake: The Muscle Magazines of America, 1950-1970. New York: Taschen, 1995.
Hou, Shen. The City Natural: Garden and Forest Magazine and the Rise of American Environmentalism. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburg Press, 2013.
Howard, Alexander. “Charles Henri Ford’s Blues: A Magazine of New Rhythms and the Belated Renovation of Modernism.” The Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 5, no. 2 (2014): 160–194.
Huck, Karen F. “White Minds and Black Bodies in the War for Democracy: Race, Representation, and the Reader in Life Magazine, 1938-1946.” PhD dissertation, University of Utah, 1993.
Hulsether, Mark. Building a Protestant Left: Christianity and Crisis Magazine, 1941-1993. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 1999.
Hunt, Paula D. “Editing Desire, Working World Wisdom, and Cupcake Goodness: Helen Gurley Brown and the Triumph of Cosmopolitan.” Journalism History 38: 3 (Fall 2012): 130-141.
Hutchison, Janet. “The Cure for Domestic Neglect: Better Homes in America, 1922-1935.” Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture 2 (1986): 168-178. The Delineator magazine
Hynes, Terry. “Magazine Portrayal of Women, 1911-1930.” Journalism Monographs 72 (1981).
Jacobs, Frank. The Mad World of William Gaines. Secaucus, NJ: Lyle Stuart, Inc., 1972. (Mad Magazine)
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