An integral part of undergraduate humanities research at Trinity University, The Expositor provides students with an opportunity to see their research through to print. The journal is published annually, and submissions are accepted from all humanities disciplines, as well as from the humanistic social sciences. By recreating the major elements of academic publishing–including peer review (undertaken by the editorial board), revision based on reader reports, and review and correction of proofs–the journal serves to introduce high-achieving students to another important aspect of humanities research.
The Expositor: A Journal Of Undergraduate Research in the Humanities
The Expositor presents work undertaken by students, either in their courses or in research fellowships directed by members of the faculty.