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:
At Pacific University
- PLUM: Pacific's Literary Undergraduate Magazine (March deadline)
- Pacific University Undergraduate Research Conference (TBD; poster presentation)
Outside Pacific University
- Apollon: The Undergraduate eJournal (October deadline)
- Anemoi: Undergraduate Journal of Pre-Modern Studies (rolling deadline)
- NCUR: National Conference on Undergraduate Research (December deadline; funding available)
- NUCH: Northwest Undergraduate Conference in the Humanities (September deadline)
- NUCL: Northwest Undergraduate Conference on Literature (January deadline)
- SCCUR: Southern California Conference on Undergraduate Research (October deadline)
- Sigma Tau Delta Rectangle (for creative work; April deadline)
- Sigma Tau Delta Review (for critical work; April 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), 2017 Pacific University Awards in Literary Scholarship.Elliot, Charli. “Plastic Paradise: Environment and Implication in William Shakespeare's As You Like It” (ENGL 340, Fall 2016). Honorable mention, 2017 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.
- Internship Experiences
Ballou, Sienna. "Embodiment and the Victorian Novel." B.A. thesis, Pacific University, 2018 (projected).Dolgin, Tailor. "Fan-fiction and literary theory." 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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