This week we’re delighted to announce our British identities undergraduate competition – with a first prize of publication in our new peer-reviewed, open access, online journal, the Journal of British Identities!
- Are you an undergraduate student interested in any aspect of British Identities?
- Have you been working on essays or projects on any aspect of British Identities this year?
- Would you like to explore your interest in British Identities through a project?
- Are you thinking about postgraduate study?
If so, then our competition is for YOU!
First prize: publication of your project in our interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal, Journal of British Identities and the opportunity to showcase your project on our research blog at https://britishidentities.wordpress.com
Up to three Runners-up: Opportunity to showcase your work on our research blog at https://britishidentities.wordpress.com
Who is eligible? All students currently registered on an undergraduate programme. There are no geographical restrictions.
What should I submit? A project, essay, or creative response that explores the topic of British Identities.
Who are the judges? The Editorial Board of the Journal of British Identities
When is the deadline? 30 March 2016
How do I submit my project? Email your project to firstname.lastname@example.org – please entitle your email ‘Project Competition 2016 Entry’. Send us your project, along with a brief CV. If you would rather submit your project by post you can do so by sending it to:
British Identities Undergraduate Project Competition 2016, UHI Centre for History, Burghfield House, Cnoc-an-Lobht, Dornoch, IV25 3HN, United Kingdom
Any questions? Email us at email@example.com