The Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History accepts nominations in September from professors of outstanding research papers produced by undergraduates. This is a great opportunity for undergraduate history students to have their work reviewed, edited, and potentially published. If there are any papers you feel may be worthy of publication or any senior theses of note, please send the names of the students and their contact information to email@example.com. From the nominated papers, the editors will select five to six articles to be published in the Journal, and the top three authors will be invited to the Herbert Aptheker Undergraduate History Conference at Columbia University to give talks on their research. The authors invited to the History Conference will also receive a small honorarium.
Foundations, Johns Hopkins University
The undergraduate academic history journal Foundations is comprised of an undergraduate Editorial Board with an international Faculty Advisory Board, and we publish in association with the Department of History at Johns Hopkins University. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the academic year and the summer.
History Matters, Appalachian State University
History Matters is an undergraduate history journal, published online annually by the Department of History at Appalachian State University. The journal is edited by undergraduates with the help of a faculty board. At History Matters, our goal is to publish the best undergraduate historical research possible. In doing so, we would like to provide an opportunity for top undergraduates from a variety of schools to be recognized for their work, familiarize them with the publishing process, and encourage student-faculty collaboration. We hope that all students who take part in this process will become better writers and self-editors. In all of our endeavors, we are committed to publishing the papers of students who have worked hard and deserve recognition. We are especially seeking research papers that utilize primary sources. Submissions are due in January.
Journal of Undergraduate International Studies, University of Wisconsin
The Journal of Undergraduate International Studies (JUIS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites reflections on a wide range of academic and creative disciplines—from art to economics—from contributors worldwide. We seek to publish the best undergraduate work across the country related to international themes and topics including, but not limited to: international conflict and resolution, environmental issues, economics, development and trade, global security and international health. Submission deadlines come in the fall and spring. Our submissions generally range in length from 5 to 20 pages. Submissions must not have been published in any other publication. Recent graduates are also eligible to submit their work.
The Yale Historical Review, a student-run publication that showcases excellent undergraduate history papers, would like to extend an invitation to your students who love history to submit papers they’ve written over the course of their college careers. Students who are interested in submitting can email their work in an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org and a selection of papers will be published in our upcoming issue. Besides their basic information, they should include the name of the course for which the paper was written, the name of the professor, and their year in school. Submissions are usually due in October.
traces: The UNC-Chapel Hill Journal of History
The first issue, Volume I (Spring 2012), features the work of graduate and undergraduate students. Lawson Kuehnert served as undergraduate editor, Mark W. Hornburg as graduate editor, and W. Miles Fletcher was the faculty adviser. Questions? email@example.com
Report, United States Military Academy
Report is a historical review that publishes the work of undergraduate students. They are expanding to include submissions from students at other colleges and universities. They encourage submissions from all undergraduates interested in historical research. Report is published both electronically and in booklet form during the spring and fall semesters. Please do not submit works already submitted to of published by other academic journals, and refer to the Chicago Manual of Style for citation guidelines and footnote form. Please include an email address and phone number with submissions. Contact the editors at Report.USMA@gmail.com with any questions.