The Society of Undergraduate Humanities Publications (SUHP) is an intercollegiate organization comprised of undergraduate humanities research journals from across the nation. SUHP was founded in 2018 as an institution dedicated to promoting research in the humanities while fostering exemplary scholarship.
The official mission of the Society of Undergraduate Humanities Publications is to promote innovative, ethical, and diverse scholarship by encouraging the collective research and communities of all participating members.
Whereas SUHP Founding Members is defined as all institutions present, in part or in whole, at the inaugural conference of SUHP held at Columbia University in March 2019; these are:
- Columbia Journal of History (Columbia University in the City of New York)
- Georgetown Journal of History (Georgetown University)
- Historia Nova: The Duke Historical Review (Duke University)
- Michigan Journal of History (University of Michigan)
- Northwestern Undergraduate Research Journal (Northwestern University)
- ARCHIVE (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
- Vanderbilt Historical Review (Vanderbilt University)
- Yale Historical Review (Yale University)
The SUHP Committee will select the host and location of the SUHP Annual Conference based on the interest of the member publications. The SUHP Committee will also set the agenda of the SUHP Annual Conference with respect to the limitations of the selected host.
The SUHP Committee will be the decision making body of SUHP. The SUHP Committee is open to all participating members of SUHP by approved application. The SUHP Founding Members are members of the SUHP Committee by default.