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PYXIS Shows you Their “Bodies”


Claire Choi ’13 wants you to take a look:

PYXIS is Wesleyan’s new journal for the humanities, and after many meetings, e-mail exchanges, paper readings, editing, and  much caffeine and sugar, our first digital issue, “Bodies” is out! Check out amazing academic papers and artwork from fellow Wes students. You can also like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter to keep in touch. Enjoy!

Date: Today
Time: Already & Now
Place: pyxisjournal.com

Historical Narratives Spring Submission Drive – Deadline February 3!

Remember all that Historical Narratives drive last semester? Well, there’s another one going on now. Information below:

Historical Narratives is looking for your best work to be edited and published in a sleek bound academic journal.

Submissions must be original papers of 5-30 pages that, broadly defined, relate to history.  We encourage papers from courses outside the department.  It does not need to be polished, and will be read anonymously by our editorial staff.  If accepted, the paper will go through an extensive editing process and will be printed later in the spring.

If you are feeling doubtful about yourself, just remember our motto: “If a professor liked it, we will too.”

Submit via attachment to hnarratives[at]gmail[dot]com by Friday, February 3 or contact Charlotte Robertson ’12 at crobertson[at]wesleyan[dot]edu with questions.