Originally launched in 1980, the UCLA Historical Journal is being re-inaugurated this year as Directions in Cultural History. An annual journal edited by UCLA graduate students, Directions will act as a forum for current work by young scholars in cultural history and related fields, encompassing ancient to modern eras across the globe. It will investigate the origins and traditions of cultural history, its conceptual frameworks and methodological models, its reception and transmission, and its new applications and interpretations. We welcome submissions from all fields and disciplines for consideration in our 2005 edition.
Articles are to be no more than 40 pages in length, and review essays no more than 25. The Chicago style is preferred, but we will make accommodations for works from disciplines that ordinarily use alternate formats. Please send your submission to Megan Barnhart, Managing Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org) by November 15, 2005.
Megan Barnhart, Managing Editor
Directions in Cultural History
UCLA Department of History
6265 Bunche Hall
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