1(top 14%)
Impact Factor
1.1(top 14%)
extended IF
74(top 4%)
H-Index
321
authors
52,304
papers
36,833
citations
4,539
citing journals
6,288
citing authors
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Impact Factor of The American Historical Review based on the number of citations over 2-year window
The graph shows the changes in the impact factor of The American Historical Review and its the corresponding percentile for the sake of comparison with the entire literature. Impact Factor is the most common scientometric index, which is defined by the number of citations of papers in two preceding years divided by the number of papers published in those years.
Impact Factor of The American Historical Review based on the number of citations over 2-year window
This graph shows how the impact factor of The American Historical Review is computed. The left axis depicts the number of papers published in years X-1 and X2, and the right axis displays their citations in year X.

How Influential is The American Historical Review?

The American Historical Review is the 43rd out of 429 Archaeology journals. This means the journal is among the top 11% in the sub-discipline of Archaeology. This Journal is the 113rd out of 2,527 History journals. This means the journal is among the top 5% in the discipline of History. This Journal is the 145th out of 1,093 Anthropology journals. This means the journal is among the top 14% in the discipline of Anthropology. This Journal is the 503rd out of 4,377 Arts and Humanities journals. This means the journal is among the top 12% in the science branch of Arts and Humanities. This Journal is the 4029th out of 20,139 Social Sciences journals.