A group of librarians and early career scholars from Dublin have recently launched a new open access journal called Studies in Arts & Humanities, www.sahjournal.com, and are currently seeking submissions for the third issue, which will be published in June, 2016. The submission deadline will be the third week of March. Dr. Micheal O’ Fathartaigh is editing the next issue of the journal, which will be dedicated to the 1916 Rising.
If you have anything you would like to submit related to The 1916 Rising, we would be delighted if you submitted your piece for peer review. This is not a call for “history” papers, but for anything that offers a reflection on 1916 or the commemoration of 1916. The journal is interdisciplinary and open to academics and other writers (artists, journalists, film makers, and etc.) as well as to graduate students. So, if you have anything at all of your own work about the 1916 Rising that you might be able to offer up to the journal (book reviews, creative/literary pieces, oral histories and interviews are all acceptable as submissions) get in touch with Dr. David Doolin at email@example.com. This effort to create an open access journal, welcomes newly graduated and postgraduate students, as well as early career and established academics and is a great opportunity to get your work published in a peer reviewed publication, especially considering the difficulty accessing and the ownership of academic journals. SAH Journal can be accessed at: http://sahjournal.com/index.php/sah.