Eleven: The Undergraduate Journal of Sociology, a UC Berkeley based publication, is currently accepting papers for its fourth volume. We accept submissions by students from university around the country and from departments in the social sciences. In the past we have published honors theses and seminar papers by students in Sociology, Ethnic Studies, Public Policy, and History.
Publishing with an academic journal comes with many rewards. We offer students the opportunity to share their research with a larger sociological community. Publishing your scholarly work also impresses graduate schools seeking applicants with a demonstrated commitment to outstanding research. Finally, our rigorous editing process perfects papers that ultimately make for excellent graduate school writing samples.
If you completed an excellent paper or honors thesis in the last three years, we strongly encourage you to fill out a submission form (attached). Empirical papers must have a well-developed methodology and contain original research. For this volume, we are also accepting critical papers in sociology and related disciplines. Such papers must be highly original and analyze a particular issue in a discipline—be it methodological, reflexive, or empirical. Please expand your submission to 10-50 double spaced pages, and send your packaged materials to email@example.com. This page limit is strict and all-inclusive. The priority deadline to submit is Sunday, February 16th at 5 PM PST. Please find the submission form attached. Questions? Please contact Eleven at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at http://eleven.berkeley.edu/.