The Gaines Junction, the undergraduate interdisciplinary journal of history at Texas A&M University, is currently accepting submissions from undergraduate students for its next issue. The Gaines Junction is an online history journal named in honor of Matthew Gaines, one of the foremost African-American leaders in Texas during the second half of the 19th century. The journal is published by the local Phi Alpha Theta chapter at Texas A&M with the support of the Department of History and the Glasscock Center for Humanities Research It is student-authored and edited, and faculty-reviewed, and published twice a year.
Both original papers in history and reviews of recently published works in history are needed. Submissions can be class work, senior/honors theses, an independent study, or any other research. The editors are looking for a diverse approach to historical writing and research.
Please visit the "Gaines Junction" Web site at the web address provided below for information regarding submissions and format guidelines. Send submission or inquiries to the Editors at the following e-mail address.
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