Gettysburg Social Sciences Review is an open access, peer-reviewed, undergraduate research journal that is dedicated to providing a forum for undergraduate students to develop and share critical research and writing in the Social Sciences. We encourage submissions from a wide spectrum of topics relevant to the Social Sciences. The journal seeks to advance the mission of Gettysburg College by fostering exchanges of ideas across disciplines to promote critical thought and active participation while highlighting the academic contributions of undergraduate research.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 3, Issue 2 (2019)
Political Gridlock:The Ongoing Threat to American Democracy
Jalen A. Campbell (Curry College)
Following the Newark, NJ Drinking Water Lead Crisis
Morgan Clauser (Gettysburg College)
What Is "Safe Sex"? Understanding the Need for Sex Education Reform
Julianne Baker (Johns Hopkins University)
The United States Love Affair with Maize: A National Security Issue?
Jared Kelly (University of California - Berkeley)
- Managing Editors
- Meira Ruben
- Emily Wielk
- Michael McHenry
- Associate Editors
- Kimberly Longfellow
- Miranda Wisor
- Jesse Shircliff
- Josephine Rivera
- Brendan Rothe
- Jessica Laemle