History Matters: An Undergraduate Journal of Historical Research at Appalachian State University
- History Matters aims to publish the best undergraduate historical research possible. It provides the opportunity for top undergraduates from a variety of schools to be recognized for their work, familiarize themselves with the publishing process, and encourage student-faculty collaboration.
intersections: A Journal of the Comparative History of Ideas
- intersections invites theses, research papers, seminar papers, and essays that fit within their general scope, which includes subjects typically addressed in the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. The journal accepts submissions at any time without prompt, and submissions are posted in an upcoming issue when they are deemed complete.
The Vanderbilt Historical Review
- The Vanderbilt Historical Review (VHR) is the first and only journal of history at Vanderbilt, created in the fall of 2015 by a group of undergraduate students. The publication seeks to show the importance of studying the past through its semiannual publication. Topics may cover a wide range of disciplines, including economic, political, social, or cultural history. The editorial board leads a blind review process in which historically accurate, interesting, and creative articles are critiqued. In doing so, the journal provides a forum of academic debate on relevant historical questions.