In honor of American Archives Month, the award-winning New York Archives magazine announces its first annual essay competition to promote and recognize excellence in colligate student research. The purpose of the competition is to encourage undergraduate and graduate students to explore the wealth of resources held in archival repositories across New York State.
Winning essays will be published in New York Archives, quarterly publication of New York State Archives Partnership Trust. New York Archives highlights New York State history based on research using primary sources. New York Archives is not an academic journal. It is designed to appeal to a general audience with an interest in the history of New York State. This graphically rich publication is designed to be accessible to the general reader. The length of articles does not exceed 1,800 words, and the features are designed as 2- to 4-page spreads. Writers can read select articles by going to the Magazine Highlights.
In addition to a published article, winners will receive a cash prize and a year long subscription to
New York Archives.
For More Information
Visit New York Archives Magazine Essay Competition FAQs for answers to the questions asked most frequently. If you still have questions, please contact Katherine Federiconi at (518) 473-2969 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Entries should be emailed to:
email@example.com with the subject line: NY Archives Essay Competition.