About the Alexandrian
Established in 2011, The Alexandrian is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Division
of History and Philosophy and Phi Alpha Theta featuring original research by TROY
University students. It is named in memory of Troy University history professor Nathan
Alexander and honors Dr. Alexander's dedication to fostering students' intellectual
and professional development. The Alexandrian is published annually in both print
and digital versions.
The Alexandrian is currently accepting article-length manuscripts pertaining to the subjects of history and philosophy. Accepted forms include article-length book reviews, historiographies, articles, and essays. Students interested in submitting papers for consideration should visit the Alexandrian's digital home listed above.
For more information or to purchase current and previous print issues, please contact Dr. Karen Ross.