>Apologies for the late notice, but please note the CFP below. If you have
>any undergraduates with publishable work "in der Schublade" this is a good
>opportunity for them to get their work in print. More information can also
>be found at the journal's website http://www.tamu.edu/chr/agora/
>AGORA: Call for Papers
>Submissions of articles and book reviews in the humanities are currently
>being accepted for the winter issue of Agora.
>A working definition of "humanities" may be found at the National Endowment
>for the Humanities website. Articles may be submitted in fields that appear
>on the NEH's list. Book reviews may be written about scholarly works in the
>same disciplines that have been published in the last 3 years. If you are
>unsure whether your research qualifies as humanistic, email the
>Please read our current issue to get an idea of the kinds of works we are
>interested in. In-depth, original research will be greatly preferred to
>short essays with minimal sourcing.
>Eligibility for publication is limited to undergraduate students at any
>four-year institution in the United States or Canada. Format guidelines are
>The deadline for submissions for the winter issue of Agora is October 18,
>Papers and reviews should be sent as an e-mail attachment to the
>editor-in-chief at [log in to unmask] Documents should be saved as
>text files or as Microsoft Word documents. Carefully read the format
>guidelines below before submitting. Failure to adhere to these guidelines
>could result in rejection.
>Length. Papers must be between 4,000 and 8,000 words of text, excluding
>footnotes. Book reviews should be limited to 2,000 words of text.
>Footnotes and Citations. Citations must be submitted as footnotes. Please do
>not use parenthetical in-text citations. For the first reference to a work,
>include the full bibliographic citation in the footnote (author(s), title,
>place of publication, publishing company, copyright date). Footnotes
>referring to works cited in the immediately previous note should cite
>"Ibid." and the page number. Footnotes referring to works cited in previous
>notes should include the author's name, followed by "op. cit." and the page
>number. (Please note that book reviews may parenthetically cite page numbers
>from the book being reviewed.) Please consult the reference style in the
>current issue or contact us with further questions. Following these
>guidelines greatly increases a paper's chances of being reviewed.
>Spacing and Alignment. Papers should be double-spaced and justified. Please
>type only one space after each mark of punctuation, rather than two.
>Book reviews. Book reviews must be accompanied by a full bibliographic
>citation of the book being reviewed, including the author/editor, title,
>publication information, copyright date, number of pages, paperback/hardback
>edition, and listed retail price.
>Style. Authors are encouraged to follow a standard research style book, such
>as the MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing or The Chicago
>Manual of Style.