The Greensboro Historical Review is requesting submissions for its Spring 2010 edition. Manuscripts will be accepted for publication until January 15, 2010. After this date, all submissions will be considered for future editions of the GHR.
The GHR is devoted to publishing exclusively the work of graduate and undergraduate students and welcomes submissions in all disciplines that provide insight into important issues in history: public history, world history, international and diplomatic studies, gender and sexuality, military history, conflict resolution, medical history, popular culture, intellectual history, ethnographies, environmental or religious histories--we encourage submissions engaging a wide, inclusive variety of historical issues, particularly interdisciplinary works that incorporate multiple fields of study. The GHR does not emphasize specific geographical regions when considering articles for publication; as such we also encourage the submission of works dealing with any area of the world.
Typically, articles in the Greensboro Historical Review do not exceed 8,000 words or 28 double-spaced pages, excluding notes, but works of lesser or greater length will be considered based on merit. The title page of your manuscript needs to include your name, academic affiliation, address, telephone number, and email. The author's name should appear on the title page only.
Greensboro Historical Review Editor
Department of History
The University of North Carolina Greensboro
P.O. Box 26170, Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
Fax: 336.334.5910 Email: email@example.com Visit the website at http://www.uncg.edu/his/ghro/
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