Philologia is an undergraduate research journal housed and operated at Virginia Tech and open to submissions from any ACC university. The publication features research from any subject that falls under liberal arts and human sciences subject matter, and features a few creative pieces as well. We publish articles from undergraduate students focusing on many different subjects, speaking to the versatility and importance of liberal arts and humanities research.
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Volume Seven expands the scope of the Review in exciting new directions. This marks the first year that the Review will include historiographic articles in addition to pieces of original research. This represents an exciting opportunity to help undergraduates engage in and write about historical conversations. We have also included the winners of the Department’s awards for Best Paper and Best Digital History Project.
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The Research Monograph Series (RMS) is a scholarly publication initiated in 2017 and first published in 2018. The RMS, sponsored by the Research and Scholarship (R&S) Committee of the Council on Technology and Engineering Teacher Education (CTETE), is a unique academic platform designed to support the publication efforts of emerging scholars across the complete spectrum of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education disciplines. As such, the RMS is devoted to encouraging contributions from new and talented scholars from any STEM education discipline as an avenue for assisting in their development of scholastic abilities and a presence within the global discourse surrounding STEM education.
Organized, authored, and edited over the course of five months by a class of eighteen Virginia Tech undergraduate students, Welcome to the Beatles represents their collective contribution to the larger scholarship on the most important band in rock history. The chapters of this book build upon the Lewisohn narrative and take into account the recurring issues in Beatles historiography. The authors of these chapters are largely removed from the Beatles; they have the advantage of being generations apart from the band and can reexamine them without any first-hand experience with the Fab Four.
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