SourceLab editions pass through a rigorous peer-review process before final publication.   All editions are available below.

Volume 3

Mia Guzina and Dylan Tomlins, “Public Debates on Women’s Issues in Postcolonial Kenya: Selections From Viva,SourceLab, Vol. 3, no. 1 (2022).

Jamie Hendrickson, “The Birth of Pussy Riot: Six Early Songs,” SourceLab, Vol. 3, no. 2 (2022).

Krista Rae Zamora, Caroline Da Rocha Birnfeld, and Andrew Barrios, “A Medieval Surgery, Illustrated: The First Recorded Surgical Separation of Conjoined Twins,” SourceLab Vol. 3, no. 3 (2022).

Volume 2

Jensen Rehn, Giana Poerio, and Jacob Diaz, “Boogaloo, Baby!: They Made It Great,” SourceLab, Vol. 2, No. 1. (2020).

Jakob Domagala and Shawn Speegle, “A Russian Funeral Film: The Funeral of Anastasia Vial’tseva,” SourceLab, Vol. 2, No. 2. (2020).

Derek Peterson and Patrick Hamrick, “Stereotypes through the Stereoscope: Racism and Sexism in Stereographs,” SourceLab, Vol. 2, No. 3 (2021).

Volume 1

Mariah Mendes Schaefer, “The Story of Menstruation (1946): Teaching Menstrual Hygiene in American Classrooms,” SourceLab, Vol. 1, No. 1. (2018).

Spenser Bailey and Hanna Jin, “A Final Link From a Lost Arctic Expedition: A Letter by Sir John Franklin (1845),” SourceLab, Vol. 1, No. 2. (2018).

Austin R. Justice, Artur Stasiek, and Archana Upadhyay, “Stamping It Out (1880): Imagining the Second Anglo-Afghan War,” SourceLab, Vol. 1, No. 3. (2018).

Virginia Campbell and Ryan Yoakum, “How’s Crops, Dean? (1932),” SourceLab, Vol. 1, No. 4. (2018).

Yoss Arianlou, Allen Beltran, Russell Daniels, Broderick Khoshbin, Michelle Miller, Kris Poker, “Courtship, Community, and Conflict: Montgomery County in the Civil War,” SourceLab, Vol. 1, No. 5. (2018).

Original Prototype

Alison Marcotte & Alex Joseph Villanueva, “Red Cross Work on Mutilés, At Paris” (1918)

In Production

Katelyn Barbour, Bridget Ulbert, and Brody Suski, “Changing Activism: Hal Baron Lays Out Strategy for Civil Rights in Public Housing.”