The Huguenot Society Journal (formerly Proceedings of the Huguenot Society) has been published annually since 1885. Early numbers contained the Council's report, the Presidential address, and a printed version of papers read at meetings. Today, each edition carries seven to nine different articles, some by well-known academics, a few shorter pieces, and a substantial number of book reviews. It is received free of charge by all Society members and subscribing libraries.
Contents pages of the journal can be downloaded from here.
£5 Members, £8 Non-members, plus postage and packing.
The Master Index, published in 1998, provided an index to volumes 1-26 of the Proceedings. Part 2 of the Master Index continues this work and gives full indexing for volumes 27-29 (1998-2012), the three final volumes of the Huguenot Society's journal under its title Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland.
The prices are as follows:
Master Index to Proceedings, Vols 1-26 (1998): £10 Members, £15 Non-members
Master Index to Proceedings, Vols 27-29 (2016): £10 Members, £15 Non-members
These can be ordered from email@example.com. Copies of both parts of the Master Index will be sent out free to subscribing institutions later in the year,
Contributions to the journal
The Huguenot Society Journal is circulated to Fellows and Subscribing Libraries in October. Submissions of articles are welcome. These submissions, illustrated where possible, must be unpublished elsewhere; they should not normally exceed 6000 words in length, including footnotes, and will be assessed by at least one independent referee. Shorter and more informal pieces of up to 500 words are also invited, and the deadline for all material is the beginning of April.
For details of how to format and submit an article see here.