The Gallatin Review
The Gallatin Review, an annual journal of student poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and visual art, is edited by students under faculty supervision. Each year, awards are given to outstanding published works. Submissions are usually due by mid-November of each year. The book is published during the spring semester, with a reading by writers and an exhibit of the art published in the new volume in April.
Writing from NYU’s Prision Education Program
In summer 2017 and 2018, the Gallatin Writing Program sponsored an elective course in writing and editing through the Prison Education Program and published Broken Silence (2017) and VOICE (2018), volumes written and edited by Wallkill students.
EMBODIED is Gallatin’s online arts and culture magazine that aims to capture the zeitgeist by engaging in dynamic, spearheading conversations with the next generation of innovators and thinkers about the cultural events and issues that matter to them most.
The Gallatin Research Journal
(2011 – 2016)
The Gallatin Research Journal is a student-run publication devoted to providing a showcase for the excellence achieved by Gallatin students in the arena of academic non-fiction work. It is the editors’ goal to strengthen the connections between individuals and ideas in Gallatin by affording students from all fields of academic interest the opportunity to have their work published in a single platform. The Gallatin Research Journal is an interdisciplinary periodical that embraces the structure of Gallatin’s individualized curriculum.
Journal of Global Affairs
(2006 – 2016)
The mission of the Journal of Global Affairs is to create, produce and publish a scholarly undergraduate journal that showcases articles and artwork pertaining to all aspects of global affairs. The Journal of Global Affairs provides a forum for undergraduate students at NYU to publish their work in a scholarly journal. The journal also stimulates general interest in and increased awareness of global affairs, which affect the world in which we live.