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Call for Submissions: Volume 4, Number 1

29 Oct

The Academical Heritage Review is now accepting submissions for its Fall 2012 issue. Any undergraduate student at the University of Virginia is eligible to submit. Please visit the Academical Heritage Review Tab above for more information about how to submit an article. The deadline for submissions is Friday November 2.

Apply to serve of the Editorial Board of the Academical Heritage Review for 2012-2013

3 Oct

Are you interested in history? Want to contribute to the study of history at the University of Virginia? Apply to serve on the Editorial Board of the University’s Undergraduate History Research Journal, the Academical Heritage Review. Fill out the application attached by October 20th. AHR Editorial Board Application

Volume 3, Number 2 to be released late October

3 Oct

Be on the look out for the Spring 2012 Issue of AHR around grounds by the end of the month!

Call for Submissions: AHR Volume 3, Number 2

2 Mar

The Academical Heritage Review is now accepting submissions for its Spring 2012 issue. Any undergraduate student at the University of Virginia is eligible to submit. Please visit the Academical Heritage Review Tab above for more information about how to submit an article. The deadline for submissions is March 23.

Volume 3, Number 1 to be realsed March 14th

2 Mar

Keep an eye out around Grounds for the newest issue of the Academical Heritage Review, which will be released after Spring Break!

New Editor in Chief for 2012

1 Mar

The staff of the Academical Heritage Review is pleased to announce that Nick Deaton, a third year in the College, will serve as the Editor in Chief for 2012. Connor MacKenzie and Taylor Sealey will serve as a Managing Editor, and Thomas Howard will continue in his role as Executive Editor. This editorial team will take the Academical Heritage Review trough the next year.

Call for Submissions: AHR Volume 3, Number 1

11 Oct

The Academical Heritage Review is now accepting submissions for its Fall 2011 issue. Any undergraduate student at the University of Virginia is eligible to submit. Please visit the Academical Heritage Review Tab above for more information about how to submit an article.

Academical Heritage Review Volume 2, Number 2 Released!

10 Oct

The latest issue of the Academical Heritage Review has hit grounds! Keep an eye out for your copy or check out the electronic version “Previous Issues” tab above.

Academical Heritage Review Spring 2011 Release Party

1 Oct

Release Party for the Spring 2011 Issue of the Academical Heritage Review

Jefferson Hall (Hotel C, West Range)

Thursday, October 6, 5:00-6:30 pm

The Editorial Board of the Academical Heritage Review and the Arts and Sciences Council invite you to a release party for the Spring 2011 edition of the Academical Heritage Review!

Come enjoy a keynote address by Mr. Sandy Gilliam, the University of Virginia History Officer, as well the opportunity to meet and mingle with department professors, the members of the Academical Heritage Review Editorial Board, the undergraduates whose work appears in the journal and other History Majors and Minors.  Assorted desserts will be provided for refreshment. This event is graciously co-sponsored by the College Council.

Hope to see you there!

2011-2012 Editorial Board Announced

26 Sep

At this time, I’m pleased to announce the Fall 2011 Editorial board of the Academical Heritage Review. This group of society members will read submissions to AHR, select the articles to be published, and produce the final product for publication. They will be instrumental in determining the direction of AHR over the course of the semester. 

Fall 2011 Editorial Board

Owen Gallogly-Editor-In-Chief

Thomas Howard-Executive Editor

Justin Pierce-Managing Editor

Nick Deaton-Senior Copy Editor

Taylor Sealey-Copy Editor

Alec Ward-Copy Editor

Eric Morris-Copy Editor

Matthew Ryan-Copy Editor

Catherine Creighton-Copy Editor

Aaron Way-Copy Editor

Connor Mackenzie-Copy Editor

Liam Duffy-Copy Editor

Claire Cororaton-Copy Editor

Congratulations to the members of the Editorial Board, and thank you to all those who applied.  It was an extremely difficult selection process this semester with so many qualified applicants.

Yours,
Owen Gallogly
Editor-in-Chief, Academical Heritage Review
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