Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Student Journal Publishing Opportunities- HISTORY

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Journal NameDiscipline(s)Description
History Matters: An Undergraduate Journal of Historical ResearchHistoryPublished annually by Department of History at Appalachian State University
Deadline: last Friday of January
Submissions: Student-Faculty collaboration, email Microsoft Word file to, see guidelines
<a href="http://www.etudeshistoriques.oÉtudes Historiquesrg/index.php/etudeshistorique" target="_blank">HistoryPublished by North Georgia College & State University
Published annually
Scope: any historical topic of interest to the author
Submissions: 15 to 25 pages in length (3700 to 6500 words). Online – must make an account;
Vexillum: The Undergraduate Journal of Classical and Medieval StudiesHistoryFocus: Classic & Medieval Studies — Europe, the Near East, and Central Asia between 3,600 B.C.E. and 1500 C.E.
Submissions: scholarly papers, academic book reviews, 1,250-5,000 words, must create an account
Peer-reviewed by undergraduates
Advised by Dept. of Modern & Classical Languages, and Dept. of History at Western Washington University, as well as graduate students from institutions nation-wide
Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History (CUJH)HistoryPublished bi-annually (Spring and Fall) by the Undergraduate History Council at Columbia University
Submissions: undergraduate students’ work must be nominated by a professor in the history department, see other guidelines
Intersections (CHID)HistoryOnline journal
Submissions: essays, research papers, senior theses, sent to

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Dr. Joanne Altman, Director of Undergraduate Research and Creative Works

Phone: 336-841-9613

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