American Historical Association 134th Annual Meeting
The American Historical Association is hosting its 134th Annual Meeting in New York City.
Along with these opportunities, there will be an Undergraduate Orientation and an Undergraduate Reception to welcome students and help them make the most of participating in the meeting.
Attending AHA members will once again be able to register their students at a deeply discounted rate. For information on undergraduate events and resources, visit undergraduate annual meeting page.
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Armstrong Undergraduate Journal of History – Armstrong State University
Armstrong Undergraduate Journal of History is an online journal edited and produced by undergraduate students at Armstrong State University. The journal is dedicated to promoting undergraduate students’ research interest in history and their writing skills. The journal is also hoped to strengthen the collaborations in learning between undergraduates and graduates, students and faculty, and history majors and those from other study fields. All submissions will be fully refereed in a blind reviewing process by history professors and graduate students from Armstrong and other universities.
Clio’s Scroll, The Berkeley Undergraduate History Journal – University of California, Berkeley
Clio’s Scroll, the Berkeley Undergraduate History Journal, is published twice yearly by students of the Department of History at the University of California, Berkeley. Founded in 1981, Clio’s Scroll has published over thirty issues. The journal aims to provide undergraduates with the opportunity to publish outstanding historical work.
Columbia Journal of History – Columbia University
The Columbia Journal of History (CJH), formerly the Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History, is a publication of the Undergraduate History Council at Columbia University. Our Executive Board reviews student submissions from history departments across the United States and abroad, and selects about 10% of submissions for inclusion in each annual edition. The Columbia Journal of History is an independent, peer-reviewed undergraduate research publication that promotes intellectual inquiry and recognizes outstanding historical literature on diverse subjects.
Grand Valley Journal of History – Grand Valley State University
The Grand Valley Journal of History provides undergraduate students from all institutions with an opportunity to publish their historically-based research.
History Matters: An Undergraduate Journal of Historical Research – Appalachian State University
History Matters: An Undergraduate Journal of Historical Research is an electronic journal published annually by the department of history at Appalachian State University.
Michigan Journal of History – University of Michigan
Founded in 2001, the Journal focuses on publishing thought provoking new pieces that focus on both original research as well as challenges to previous works. The Michigan Journal of History (MJH) is comprised of undergraduate editors at the University of Michigan whose passion for History has drawn them to this annual publication.
MJH does not focus on one particular type of historical submission. Students with focus areas in all types of History are encouraged to submit; we also encourage students from other disciplines including, but not limited to, history, anthropology, political science, law, international studies, area studies, ethnic studies, and gender and sexuality studies to send in their papers, granted they demonstrate a historical theme.
Tufts Historical Review – Tufts University
The Tufts Historical Review [is] an academic journal of global history that seeks both undergraduate and graduate papers of the highest caliber. [Note: The journal focuses on a different theme each year.]
University of Massachusetts Undergraduate History Journal – University of Massachusetts
Founded in 2016 by members of Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honor society, the UMass History Journal is devoted to showcasing the diverse historical work of undergraduate students. This publication will include essays, book reviews, and historical reflections written either within or outside the framework of undergraduate courses. Authors may be history majors, minors, or non-majors who have interests in the study of history.
We accept submissions in three categories: essays or book reviews based on secondary sources, essays based on primary sources, and miscellaneous historical reflections. Essay submissions must be historical, academic pieces with a clear thesis, analysis and support. But for historical reflections, we also encourage students to submit reflective writing pieces on the study of history, or what history means to them. This section of the journal is particularly open-ended to students. You may submit pieces that were assigned as part of coursework or essays done independently if they fit the academic criteria.
Swarthmore Undergraduate History Journal
The Swarthmore Undergraduate History Journal is a peer-reviewed, faculty-approved, student run research publication that seeks to encourage undergraduate scholarship on diverse subjects. This journal is also specifically inclusive of historical narratives often overlooked in mainstream scholarship, and allows for the submission of interdisciplinary articles so long as the focus remains historical.
*Two Lafayette students had their work published in this journal in 2021*
Vexillum: The Undergraduate Journal of Classical and Medieval Studies – Yale University
Vexillum is an undergraduate journal that supports and promotes undergraduate scholarship in the fields of Classical and Medieval Studies, and accepts scholarly papers by undergraduate students written on a wide range of topics: history, literature, philosophy, archaeology, art history, sociology, philology, and linguistics. Sponsored by the Medieval Studies Program at Yale University, Vexillum provides a unique opportunity for undergraduate students to submit outstanding papers for peer review from other undergraduates. Papers address aspects of the cultures and civilizations of Europe, the Mediterranean, the Near East, and Central Asia between 3,600 B.C.E. and 1500 C.E.
Yale Historical Review – Yale University
The Yale Historical Review provides undergraduates an opportunity to have their exceptional work highlighted and encourages the diffusion of original historical ideas on campus by providing a forum for outstanding undergraduate history papers covering any historical topic.