Call for Undergraduate Papers—Aisthesis

From Becca Charpentier, Editor-in-Chief of Aisthesis Honors Journal:

Aisthesis Honors Journal is a cross-disciplinary selection of work from Honors students around the country. The journal accepts research projects, essays, poetry, fictional stories, photographs, graphic art, etc. from every major and discipline of Honors students like you, who are either current Honors students or enrolling in Honors classes. Aisthesis offers an excellent opportunity for undergraduate students to be published in a respectable, student-produced journal, providing a mark of personal achievement and pride.

Submissions for the journal are accepted year-round, but the deadline for the next issue is (Friday May 9th). Please send your submission electronically to this email address,, along with the title, your name, and your affiliated university. Submitted written work should not exceed 5,000 words, and text files in Word or plain-text format are preferred. After the submission deadline, a student editorial committee will blindly review submissions. Questions or concerns about submission requirements, publication process, or any other aspects of the journal may be directed at myself as well.

See the Call for Papers here: Aisthesis.

This is an opportunity for students preparing for—or still excited by—their Symposium work. It is also an appropriate place for Honors Contract projects to reach a broader audience. Please consider submitting work, now, or in the future. Let our office know if we can support your efforts.