Published – Spring 2016 Edition

The editors of the Vanderbilt Historical Review are pleased to announce the publication of our inaugural journal of history. The spring of 2016 Review features the work of undergraduate students from around the country. We encourage you check it out (PDF or ISSUU). We would like to thank all the authors who submitted their work. Also, we could not have published this journal without the help of numerous individuals in the History Department and Vanderbilt Student Communications. We hope you enjoy the publication!


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