The Great Lakes Journal of Undergraduate History (ISSN 2563-2124) aims to create and sustain a consistent outlet for top undergraduate history students from universities located within the Great Lakes region, which recognizes their hard work and dedication to the discipline of history by featuring their high quality research papers within the pages of a published academic journal. More generally, the Great Lakes Journal of Undergraduate History attempts to promote a new research culture among undergraduate history students in Ontario. A culture in which undergraduate research is recognized.
We are now accepting papers for the 2022 8th issue of the Great Lakes Journal. Due to the COVID-19 situation, the deadline has been extended to May 30, 2022. All papers must be submitted on this website through the "Submit Article" tab. If you need to contact the editorial staff, please navigate to the "Editorial Board" tab and send us an email.
Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1 (2022)
Intersectionality in the Lives and Works of Mary Ann Shadd and Henry Bibb
Karleigh R. Kochaniec