As a follow-up to the initial call for submissions for the Madison Historical Review (MHR), we want to remind those interested that the submission deadline for the 2023 Spring issue is December 25, 2022. Please see below for the original call for papers.
The Madison Historical Review (MHR) is pleased to announce that we are now accepting submissions for our Spring 2023 issue. The MHR is a peer-reviewed academic journal, dedicated to publishing the work of graduate students in the fields of American, Public, and World History. MA students and first-and second-year PhD students in history programs are eligible to apply. PhD students beyond their second year are eligible to submit work initiated in the first two years of graduate study. Submissions will only be considered if they have not been published elsewhere.
The MHR accepts a variety of scholarship-based submissions, including articles grounded in original research, historiographical essays, and reviews of books, exhibits, and websites. This year the MHR is especially looking for book reviews, historiographies, exhibit reviews, and interviews with historians or other prominent individuals in the field, in addition to traditional articles. A $100 prize will be awarded by the MHR committee in recognition of the most outstanding submission published in the Spring 2023 issue.
The deadline for submissions is December 25, 2022. Please visit our website here for submission guidelines and to upload your submission.
The MHR’s mission is to support fellow graduate students at peer institutions by offering a unique introductory experience in scholarly publishing and peer review. Established in 2003, the MHR is housed within the History Department at James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA, and is committed to helping emerging historians refine their research, polish their analytical and writing skills, and enhance their professional development. For further details, please visit our website or contact the current 2022-23 editor Anna Neubauer at: [log in to unmask]
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