McGILL UNDERGRADUATE HISTORY JOURNAL – www.historicaldiscourses.com
SPRING 2016 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS
Historical Discourses is an annual open-accessed peer-reviewed undergraduate academic journal based out of McGill University. It serves as a scholarly forum for undergraduate students at McGill to critically engage with a range of intellectual and public debates through historical inquiry.
We invite all McGill undergraduates and recently graduated scholars to submit full-length research articles for the Spring 2016 issue. Topics from all geographical, temporal and thematic areas are welcome. Authors may submit up to two articles for consideration. Papers may be submitted in any language–however, all communications will be in either English or French.
SUBMISSION GUIDELINES AND FURTHER INFORMATION
Length // Articles, double-spaced (11 point font, preferably Times New Roman), including all references should not exceed 30 pages, and the style should conform to that outlined in the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition (University of Chicago Press).
Coversheet // Please include the following information on a separate cover sheet:
A short abstract (250 to 300 words)
Your full name, program and email address
The deadline for submission is February 10, 2016 at 11:59PM. Submissions should be sent as an email attachment in PDF format to email@example.com, along with a short bio (maximum 100 words). The authors will be notified on the acceptance of their papers by March 1, 2016. Articles must be original and previously unpublished.
Contact the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org
SPRING 2016 CALL FOR EDITORS
We are now accepting applications for editors for the Spring 2016 issue of Historical Discourses. The editorial board will participate in the paper selection process, help with technical editing, and work closely with the editors-in-chief to produce the journal.
To apply, please submit a writing sample, short bio (50-75 words), and brief description of why you are interested in joining the editorial board for Historical Discourses (200-300 words). Send all documents in PDF format to email@example.com.
DEADLINE: February 5, 2016
Historical Discourses is a journal for showcasing exceptional research and writing by undergraduates within the History Department. Remember, publication in academic journals looks great on CV’s and Graduate school applications. You can download this year’s publication and previous editions in PDF format at the bottom of the page.
Please note: Historical Discourses is published annually by McGill University undergraduate history students. All essays become property of Historical Discourses and cannot be reproduced without the permission of the authors. Historical Discourses accepts history papers written by McGill undergraduate students in either English or French.