About a month ago or so I became aware of the bi-annual journal Proteus (I think via an H-Ideas CFP). After an unsuccessful search for its website, I contacted Proteus‘s editor, Terry DiDomenico, for more on the journal’s mission and motivations. He responded with the information below.
Knowing the angle of my inquiry, Proteus is clearly open to submissions from those who write about U.S. intellectual history. – TL
Proteus, A Journal of Ideas, is an interdisciplinary journal published twice per year, spring and fall. Each issue is devoted to a theme and within that theme explores the possible facets from a number of viewpoints. The journal is peer reviewed. We have a number of editorial board members who review manuscripts in addition to reviewers for each issue. These reviewers are selected after we have the submissions to make sure we have reviewers for the areas covered by those submissions.
Proteus is a member of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals, and is indexed in the MLA International Bibliography, PAIS International, America: History and Life, ISI Web of Knowledge, Arts and Humanities Citation Index, and Historical Abstracts. Past issues are available from ProQuest, Information and Learning.
The journal has been in existence for more than 20 years. At its onset, it was modeled after Daedalus.
Proteus – at – ship.edu
Proteus, A Journal of Ideas
1871 Old Main Drive
Shippensburg, PA 17257-2299