Fall 2013/Spring 2014

Interpolations: A Journal of Academic Writing

Interpolations is a refereed online journal showcasing superior student writing from the English Department’s Academic Writing Program.  These essays represent the finest work – a combination of compelling ideas and outstanding writing – produced by our academic community’s newest members.

One of the purposes of an academic community is to facilitate the exchange of ideas among its members.  This journal provides one place where we foster students’ voices in the University of Maryland’s vibrant academic conversations.  In each issue, our writers read and analyze, inquire and argue, bringing academic insights to bear on exigent civic issues.

Essay Information

Submit essays using the Interpolations Submission Form

Journal Information

Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 Editorial Board
Catherine Bayly
Shaun Gannon (Spring)
Amanda Giffi (Spring)
Kirk Greenwood (Spring)
Peter Grybauskas (Spring)
Nabila Hijazi
Lyra Hilliard (Fall)
Heather Lindenman
Justin Lohr
Radford Skudrna (Spring)

Technical Editor
Kirk Greenwood

Managing Editor
Scott Eklund

Editor-in-Chief
Lindsay Dunne Jacoby

Articles copyright © 2014 the original authors. No part of the contents of this Web journal may be reproduced or transmitted in any form without permission from the author or the Academic Writing Program of the University of Maryland.  The views expressed in these essays do not represent the views of the Academic Writing Program or the University of Maryland.