Deadlines

  • Submissions for the Fall issue will be accepted until September 1st.
  • Submissions for the Spring issue will be accepted until February 15th.
  • Submissions received past either deadline will automatically be considered for the next cycle.

Eligibility

Perpetua accepts research completed by undergraduate students of the University of Alabama in Huntsville under the guidance of a faculty mentor.
The work should be substantially that of the student, and be sufficiently complete, original, and innovative to warrant publication.
The research must have been completed while the student was an undergraduate at the UAH. Students may submit research within one year after graduating.

Faculty mentors may include tenure-earning and tenured faculty, lecturers, full-time research staff with Doctoral level credentials, and term faculty appointments. Professionals outside of UAH are also permissible with prior approval.
Students must notify their mentor that they intend to submit for publication. The mentor should give guidance and advice, and is expected to critically read and approve the accuracy and content of the manuscript prior to submission. The mentor must agree to be listed as a co-author or contributor in the manuscript.

We encourage all authors to state their contribution to the study in the acknowledgements section; this information will be published in the paper.

Formatting

Please submit your manuscript as a .doc, .docx, or .pdf file.
Manuscripts should be 5-15 pages in length, typed, single-spaced, fully-justified, with one-inch margins, 12 point Times New Roman font, and numbered pages.
Submissions must include an abstract of 250 words (maximum).
Illustrations, tables, and figure legends should be embedded within the text at the locations preferred by the authors.
Manuscripts should be composed in the recommended style of the area of study. Citations should be formatted in the citation style appropriate to their academic disciplines e.g. MLA, Chicago, APA, etc. The chosen format must be used consistently throughout the manuscript.