The American Graduate - Journal of Social & Cultural History
The American Graduate-An E-Journal of Social and Cultural History, now its second year of existence, is published three times a year by graduate students in the Department of History at the University of Southern Mississippi. All articles and book reviews published in the American Graduate are contributed and vetted by graduate students from around the world.
Since the editors define social and cultural history as broadly as possible, graduate students who wish to publish articlesx of an interdisciplinary nature are encouraged to submit their essays. Likewise, students working in other disciplines (English, musicology, classics, anthropology, etc.), as well as history students working in social and cultural history traditionally defined, are invited to submit essays.
Submission should be article length and confirm to the Chicago Manual of Style. Two print copies and one disk copy are required. Disk submissions should be formatted in rich text (.rft), Word Perfect (.wpd), or Word (.doc) format. Unsolicited book reviews are welcome. Specific titles for review are also available from the American Graduate Staff.
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