This just in, courtesy of Prof. Erik Inglis:
With the help of fellow undergraduates at Dartmouth College and other colleges nationwide, we have issued four volumes of the Collegiate Journal of Art and plan to release our fifth volume in April. We are already working towards producing our fifth volume and would like to ask for your help in our project.
For our fourth issue we received a large number of very competitive papers, and we would like to continue improving and expanding the scope of our journal beyond Dartmouth in order to provide a forum and resource for the entire undergraduate art history community. We recognize the strength of your art history program and would like to solicit submissions from students of your undergraduate department for our upcoming issue. We hope that you will be able to help us in our endeavor.
We publish art history papers written solely by undergraduate students, hailing from schools across the country. We also include a creative writing section, internship and alumni resource section, and listings of college museum exhibitions. The journal serves as the only available national forum for the publication of undergraduate work in the field of art history. Therefore, the journal aspires to serve as a rich resource for students and faculty alike, and to stimulate interaction within the undergraduate art history community.
We plan to release our fifth issue in April and are currently calling for submissions. We hope that you will forward our request to your art history majors and minors. Submissions can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and become property of the journal. Submissions must be original work, cited
properly and will be subject to revision. We accept articles on any topic in the field of art history and there is no specific length requirement. We are primarily looking for perceptive, original viewpoints and interpretations.
The deadline for submissions is December 1.
We very much look forward to reading another round of submissions and thank you for your help. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns.
Virginia Deaton and Anna Dev
Co-Editors in Chief
Collegiate Journal of Art