The Campbellsville Review
A Journal of the Faculty of Campbellsville University
The Campbellsville Review (CR) provides members of Campbellsville University an avenue for publishing critical and scholarly works based on subjects in which they are researching. It chronicles the ongoing scholarship of the University community, which includes faculty members, upper class and graduate students, alumni, visiting scholars and lecturers, and staff. It is also a way in which the university community can share resources and ideas about teaching. The CR is published biennially under the auspices of the vice president of Academic Affairs.
The Editorial Board invites submissions of articles, reviews, reports, essays, short stories, poems, and other scholarship from faculty, university staff, graduate students, alumni, and visiting lecturers. All work, including creative work (such as short stories, poems, reflections, and visual art), should meet the existing standards of scholarship within the field. As the Campbellsville Review is interdisciplinary, it is expected that submissions be written for a general academic audience. The Campbellsville Review is published biennially under the auspices of the Office of Academic Affairs.
The Review is published both in print and online. Online editions can be accessed below. For more specific information about submitting work, contact Jonathan May, managing editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are currently developing an online submission portal, which should be up and functioning soon. In the meantime, if you would like to submit work, please contact Jonathan May, managing editor, at email@example.com.
Volume nine of The Campbellsville Review is scheduled to be published in spring 2019.