Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History:
The Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History accepts nominations by professors in September of outstanding research papers produced by undergraduate students. Submissions may include papers or senior theses. Professors should send the name of the student, the academic institution, the class in which paper was written, the title of paper, and the student's contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The editors will select five to six articles to be published in the Journals and the top three authors will be invited to the Herbert Aptheker Undergraduate History Conference at Columbia University.
Foundations, John Hopkins University
Students may submit unpublished papers with a historical theme (includes Anthropology, Art History, Classics, Economics, Political Science) to Foundations year round. Submissions must have been written while pursuing an undergraduate degree, but papers written as an undergraduate may be submitted until two years past the month of graduation. International submissions are accepted but all submissions must be written in English. Papers should include analysis of primary sources and a complete bibliography. Papers must be typed in 12 point Time New Roman font, be double spaced, and should be between 12 and 65 pages in length, excluding endnotes. All papers should include a title.
History Matters, Appalachian State University
Students may submit one 10-20 page unpublished paper with strong primary source analysis before the last Friday of January to email@example.com
Journal of undergraduate International Studies, University of Wisconsin
The University of Wisconsin-Madison invites unpublished reflections on a wide range of academic and creative disciplines from contributors worldwide. Topics include, but are not limited to, international conflict and resolution environmental issues, economics, development and trade, global security and international health. Submissions generally range from 5-20 pages. To submit a paper, email the paper, including an abstract of no more than 100 words, as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org from a ".edu" email address in .docs format. Include a bibliography using the Chicago Manual of Style. Do not include any author identifying information in the text. Students removed by no more than one semester from graduation are eligible to submit their work for review. The deadline for Spring 2012 submissions is February 2, 2012.
The Yale Historical Review
Students may submit history papers they've written over the course of their college careers. Students who are interested in submitting should email their work in an attachment to email@example.com by October. A selection of papers will be published in each upcoming issue. Students must include the name of the course for which the paper was written, the name of the professor teaching the course, and your year in school. Do not include any author identifying information in the file.
Penn History Review
Founded in 1991, the Penn History Review is a journal for undergraduate historical research. Published twice a year through the Department of History, the journal is a non-profit publication produced by and primarily for undergraduates. The editorial board of the Review is dedicated to publishing the most original and scholarly research submitted for our consideration. For more information about submissions, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.