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Honours Review Issue 13 is out!

15 April 2021

Dear Honours students,

The Honours Review has recently launched its most recent edition, Issue 13! For the time being it is launched in a digital format, but once on-site education is being given again keep your eyes peeled for physical copies lying around the Honours Tower.

Do you want to feature in the next edition? Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to hear our next call for applicants!

We also have positions opening on our Peer Review Panel. The Panel consists of a group of students who appraise the quality of articles and edit them. This is a wonderful way to improve your own writing skills, learn how other fields are approaching interdisciplinary issues, and gain exposure to the inner workings of an academic journal!

Kind regards,
Eoin Raftery
Honours Review President 2020-2021

Telephone: +31 6 46 46 26 50
Submissions: articles

Last modified:15 April 2021 5.13 p.m.

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