White House Studies is a quarterly journal of interdisciplinary scholarship and commentary on White House history and politics as well as on the presidents and presidential spouses.
White House Studies is abstracted or indexed in: Academic Abstracts; America: History and Life; Expanded Academic Abstracts; Historical Abstracts; International Political Science Abstracts; Social Science Source.
The White House subscribes to White House Studies.
WHY SUBSCRIBE TO WHITE HOUSE STUDIES?
The Editorial Board is comprised of respected scholars from diverse backgrounds in academia, public service, and institute administration, representing such disciplines as political science, history and communications.
All articles are peer-reviewed.
Attention is devoted to current issues and cutting-edge research on presidential politics and history, as well as facets of White House social and family life that are frequently omitted from mainstream scholarship and other journals.
Regular "features" in each issue of the journal devoted to the rooms, history, and events of the White House, presidential sites, and profiles of present and former residents of the White House.
Comprehensive focus on the White House, including such topics as:
*The Presidents and presidential spouses
*White House politics, social events, family life, and history
*Commentary and announcements on White House news and events.