Professors, Nominate Undergraduate Scholarship for Publication in Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History
Call for Papers Date:
The Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History is now accepting nominations for publication. Professors, to have your student's work published, nominate "outstanding undergraduate scholarship" by February 1st, 2009.
All nominated articles will be posted on the CUJH website [http://cujh.columbia.edu], and a selection of articles will be published in our bi-annual print edition, and several authors awarded cash prizes and invited to give talks at the Herbert Aptheker Undergraduate History Conference.
Please feel free to direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and our editors will promptly reply.
All articles submitted to the Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History must be nominated by a professor at an accredited university or college. Teaching assistants may also nominate papers, but should receive approval from the course professor.
The nominating professor certifies that the nominated article represents outstanding undergraduate scholarship. To nominate an article, the professor must send an email to email@example.com, including:
-the name and position of the nominating professor
-the the institution in which the undergraduate is enrolled
-the class for which the paper was written
-the title of the nominated article;
-the email address or other contact information for the nominated author
Nominated articles must include footnotes and a bibliography that conform to the Chicago or Turabian style guide. Articles should be submitted as word documents or rich text files to firstname.lastname@example.org
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