BREAKING: the BPR Joins the Society of Undergraduate Humanities Publications
The Boston Political Review has become an official member of the Society of Undergraduate Humanities Publications.
The Boston Political Review and its credentials were reviewed by the entire board of the Society. The Society then sought to recruit The Boston Political Review due to its “superb quality.” On the behalf of the Boston Political Review, the co-president and editor in chief, Quinn Chappelle accepted this offer from the president of The Society for Undergraduate Humanities Publications, Henry Jacob. Jacob also serves as the editor in chief for The Yale Historical Review.
The Society of Undergraduate Humanities Publications is a consortium of over twenty elite undergraduate journals from across the country. The official mission of the Society of Undergraduate Humanities Publications is to promote innovative, ethical, and diverse scholarship by encouraging the collective research and communities of all participating members.
Other members of the Society of Undergraduate Humanities Publications include the Northwestern Undergraduate Research Journal, West Point's Report, The Yale Historical Review, Columbia Journal of History, University of Chicago's Chicago Journal of History, The Berkeley Undergraduate Journal, Georgetown Journal of History, Stanford University's Herodotus Undergraduate History Journal, Rice Historical Review, University of California Berkeley's Clio's Scroll, Berkeley Economic Review, Tempus: The Harvard College History Review, and more.
The Society of Undergraduate Humanities Publications was founded in 2018, drafting its official constitution in 2019. It publishes over sixty articles annually, collectively reading over 40,000 pages. The Society is staffed by over a hundred undergraduates, with some of its member publications having an editorial and executive staff of eight persons, others maintaining an editorial and executive staff of thirty persons.
The Boston Political Review and the rest of Society of Undergraduate Humanities Publications attend a yearly conference. The 2021 conference will be online and open to all current Boston Political Review writers. This conference will be this coming January from the 7th through the 11th. This conference will hold events and panels with several key groups, names to be released later. This conference will also provide an opportunity for writers from all these publications to network and jointly learn how to better research content. Additionally, a representative of the Boston Political Review meets with other Society of Undergraduate Humanities Publications representatives monthly.
The Boston Political Review is excited to join this prestigious society to provide opportunities to its current writers and writers from other member publications. The Boston Political Review seeks this opportunity to better itself and the Society simultaneously.
More information on the Society of Undergraduate Humanities Publications can be found here.