The Drew Review is the annual research journal for the undergraduates of Drew University’s College of Liberal Arts. Our mission is to showcase the intellectual vibrancy of CLA students.
The Drew Review publishes one edition annually in the spring. While we accept submissions on a rolling basis, we have a deadline of February 1st for those looking to be considered for that year’s edition.
Submissions must be nominated by a Drew faculty member using this Google Form. The nomination form asks faculty to provide some information about the paper and to upload the paper as a Word document.
Students interested in having a paper considered for publication should contact a faculty member — either from the relevant course or otherwise — to discuss the nomination process.
The Drew Review accepts papers in any language and from any discipline.
We print in black and white, so any visual material included in a paper should be formatted accordingly.
In striving to showcase the intellectual vibrancy of CLA students, The Drew Review aims to publish papers that are accessible to a broad audience at Drew.
When your paper is nominated, it is anonymized (i.e., your name and other identifying information are removed) and then shared with multiple members of the editorial board for an initial review.
If your paper passes this initial review, it enters a secondary review. During this phase, members of the editorial board provide feedback with the goal of ensuring that the paper is accessible to a broad audience at Drew. Thus, feedback will likely focus on structure, tone, and style. Where appropriate, the feedback may also focus on content and the use of evidence and/or sources.
After this secondary review is complete, you are given a chance to review the feedback and make revisions before resubmitting the paper.
At a certain point during the spring semester, the editorial board meets to make final decisions about publication. If your paper is selected for publication, it will enter the proofreading and copyediting phase. During this final phase, the editorial board may ask you to make some additional minor revisions.
The Drew Review is typically published in early May.
The Drew Review is a student-run publication, with members of the editorial board spearheading all aspects of soliciting, reviewing, and publishing noteworthy papers written by CLA students.
Members of the Editorial Board, Academic Year 2023-2024:
Professor Kimberly Choquette and Professor Jacob Soule serve as faculty advisors. Faculty and students with questions about The Drew Review can contact Prof. Choquette at email@example.com and Prof. Soule at firstname.lastname@example.org
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