The academic journal Midland History is edited within the CWMH by Dr Malcolm Dick. The journal is published three times a year, with most issues comprising a mix of articles and book reviews.
Midland History is the principal journal covering the history of the English midlands. First produced in 1971, the journal is managed by an editorial board of scholars who are regional and local history specialists, operating under the auspices of the University of Birmingham. It publishes scholarly work on the counties of Bedfordshire, Derbyshire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire. Midland History is a peer reviewed journal which prints articles on midland subjects from professional and independent historians and research students in the United Kingdom and elsewhere.
The aim of the journal is to stimulate and encourage serious scholarly work on the history of the midlands from Roman times to the twenty-first century. Articles treat the history of particular localities and examine historical issues connected with the region, setting these in a broader context and drawing comparisons with other areas.
Midland History also supports a biennial conference, offers an annual essay prize for scholars who are publishing for the first time, and provides bursaries to support postgraduate work. We also publish thematic special issues, devoted to historical subjects of any period which have significance across the region. Prospective authors are invited to contact the editor with proposals for publication and to obtain details of how to submit articles at firstname.lastname@example.org