Announcing a new online and print journal: Papers and Pub(lication)s: A Southeastern Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Research.
Papers and Pub(lication)s, an open access peer reviewed online and print journal of undergraduate research, will be launched late Spring 2012. Papers and Pubs is published by the University Press of North Georgia and supported by the Center of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities at North Georgia College & State University. Papers and Pubs promotes student learning by disseminating undergraduate research and creative works that make an intellectual or creative contribution to the discipline or to applied practice. Its Editor-in-Chief is Dr. Miriam Segura-Totten; its co-managing editors are Dr. Robb Sinn and Dr. Bonnie J. Robinson.
Papers & Pubs is currently accepting submissions for its first issue. Students in the Southeastern region and their faculty mentors may submit original work that has been presented at a conference, showcase, or capstone course either on their own campus or at a regional/national conference site. Original research papers are welcome from all departments and disciplines, including fiction, creative non-fiction, and poetry (providing the creative work has been presented at a conference or in a class). All submissions will be reviewed by a faculty reviewer and student peer reviewers.
The submission deadline for manuscripts to be considered for the first issue is January 9, 2012.
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Please submit all papers and works to: email@example.com
All papers must include “Papers and Pubs Submission” in the subject line.
The Military and the Monarchy: The Case and Career of the Duke of Cambridge in an Age of Reform by Kevin W. Farrell is now available for Pre-order. The book follows Prince George, 2nd Duke of Cambridge, through his military career and though him explores the changing relationship between the Military and the British Monarchy during the Victorian Era. It is a must have for any scholar of British History.
Praise for Military and the Monarchy:
“Well grounded int he archives, this is an important study both of the relationship between the monarch and military and of the British army as it struggled to cope with the consequences of repeated wars, international competition, and technological and institutional change.” — Jeremy Black, Professor of History, University of Exeter
“Farrell’s comprehensively researched and convincingly reasoned analysis establishes Cambridge as not a one-dimensional reactionary but as a central figure int he complex redefinition of the relationship of armed forces, crown, and Parliament during the mid-Victorian era.” — Dennis Showalter, Co-editor of If the Allies had Falled: Sixty Alternate Scenarios of World War II
Want one? Simply print and fill out the order form and then send it in along with your check or money order to:
University Press of North Georgia
North Georgia College & State University
P.O. Box 5032
Dahlonega, GA 30597
Are you a teacher or instructor who is wanting to review one of our books for class? Contact April at firstname.lastname@example.org, and she can help you!
Books available for Review:
The Basics of American Government edited by Carl Cavalli and Ross Alexander (A must for basic Political Science or government classes)
Dahlonega’s Gold by Anne Amerson (Great for Georgia History Classes!)
The Artist As Activist In Appalachia edited by Amy Childers Mansfield and Joyce Stavick (Appalachian studies)
Billy Roper Visual Storyteller art by Billy Roper, Written by Pamela Sachant (perfect for any art class studying folk)
The Stonepile Writers’ Anthology Edited by April Loebick and Matthew Pardue (Poetry, short stories, wonderful mix of genres great for any English class especially those studying writers from Georgia)
The University Press of North Georgia held a poetry reading on April 13th to celebrate national poetry month. We would like to thank everyone who participated and attended the reading. Three poets presented very beautiful and very different types of poetry that the audience enjoyed very much. Local poet, Ben Sierachik wowed the audience with his poems that were both humorous and touching.
We are hoping to host several of these types of poetry reading a year, so keep coming back for more information about future readings and events!
On April 13, the University Press of North Georgia is hosting a poetry reading for the North Georgia community. Co-sponsored by the NGCSU Library & Technology Center, the reading is scheduled to take place in the Special Collections Room (third floor) of the university’s library from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Local writers are encouraged to participate, and the event is open to the public. All participants will be given 10 to 15 minutes for their presentation, which could include the recitation of up to three poems.
Anyone interested in presenting should contact April Loebick at email@example.com before April 11.