Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, Nash Student History Journal Prize
Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, Inc. invites all
chapters to enter their student history print and electronic journals into
competition. Universities and colleges with History AM and/or PhD programs may enter. First prize: $400, second prize: $250, third prize: $100.
Competition Rules: -Only publications that consist primarily of student research papers and other learned essays are eligible.
-The majority of the papers and essays must be the work of presently matriculating or recently graduated students.
-The editorial staff must include students, and a majority of the student editors must be members of Phi Alpha Theta.
-The journal must be associated with a recognized chapter of Phi Alpha Theta and must carry a clear notice of its affiliation.
-Each printed paper should be accompanied by a short biography of the author.
-Each journal will be judged not only on the basis of the scholarly merit and variety of its papers but also on the overall literary merit of all printed material and the journal's layout and design, including the artistry of its cover. Submission letters must contain the journal's URL.
Dr. Gordon Morris Bakken
Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society Inc
Last updated: 02/26/2013
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