There are a number of Pacific Northwest and Pacific University-affiliated opportunities for students to share their thinking and writing outside the classroom. If you are a current student, consider working with me to develop your course writing to submit to one of these.
- NUCL: Northwest Undergraduate Conference on Literature (October deadline)
- PLUM: Pacific's Literary Undergraduate Magazine (March deadline)
Elder, Riley. “'Knowledge is Not for Knowing': Criticisms of Empiricism in Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia” (ENGL 340, Fall 2016). 1st place ($150 prize plus publication in PLUM), Pacific University Awards in Literary Scholarship.
Elder, Riley. “'Knowledge is Not for Knowing': Criticisms of Empiricism in Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia,” Challenging Time: Cultures of Temporality. Paper presented at the annual Northwest Undergraduate Conference on Literature (NUCL), University of Portland, Portland, OR, 25 March 2017.
Ballou, Sienna. "Embodiment and the Victorian Novel." B.A. thesis, Pacific University, 2018 (projected).Elder, Riley. "Kleist's Jointed-Men and German Romanticism." B.A. thesis, Pacific University, 2018 (projected).
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