LGBTQ Studies Essay Contest

The LGBTQ Studies Program’s Creative and Scholarly Works Contest is now accepting submissions! The contest is interdisciplinary and accepts both academic scholarship and creative works in multiple medias addressing a theme, topic, or issue relevant to LGBTQ studies. Two entrants, one graduate and on undergraduate, will be selected for a $250 cash prize. Submissions are […]

FINAL REMINDER: Spring Conference Submissions are Due FRIDAY!

This Friday is the final day to submit to the 2017 Spring English Conference! The conference accepts both academic and creative writing submissions. Please submit soon! Full details available here. Send submissions to englishconference.dpu@gmail.com.

Reminder: SPEC Submissions Due March 31!

This is a friendly reminder to English students and professors that the deadline to submit to the Spring English Conference is only a few short weeks away, Friday, March 31st ! Spring break is a great opportunity to review papers and pieces from finals and consider them for submission. Please see the flyer above for […]

The Official SPEC 2017 Call-for-Submissions is Here!

Its the English Department’s favorite time of year! The official call-for-submissions for the 8th Annual Spring English Conference (SPEC) has been released! The Spring English Conference is a unique opportunity for DePaul English students from across the entire department – graduate, undergraduate, creative, literary studies, publishing, major, and minors – to come together and share […]

CFP: Graduate Student Papers on Subjectivity, Perception, Ontology

The British Modernities Group (BMG) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign invites graduate students to present papers at its twelfth annual interdisciplinary conference, “Changing the Subject: Subjectivity, Habitus, Behavior, and the End of the Subject.” The conference focuses on bring together work in ontology, literature, philosophy, psychology, and related fields to consider how scholars have […]

Deadline Approaching! MCLLM 2017

The deadline for submissions and abstracts to the 25th annual Midwestern Conference on Literature, Language and Media (MCLLM) is at the end of this month, Friday, January 27! Hosted annually by Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL, MCLLM is seeking proposals for 15-minute paper from individuals and panels on humanities research – especially graduate student […]

Submit Proposals to the LAS Graduate Student Conference

The Fourth Annual Interdisciplinary LAS Graduate Student Conference is happening this spring and the deadline to submit is fast approaching! The conference takes place March 3 on the Lincoln Park Campus and is an opportunity for graduate students from across the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences to showcase their work and interact with work […]

Call for Submissions: The Dialogue Between Science and Religion

Creative Nonfiction and Issues in Science and Technology are currently seeking submissions for their joint writing contest aimed at exploring and expanding the dialogue between religion and science. The contest is seeking original narratives, creative nonfiction pieces, and research work with a narrative focus. Essays should be unpublished and no longer than 5,000 words. There is […]

Assay Call for Social Justice Submissions

Assay: A Journal of Nonfiction Studies, is currently open and searching for submissions for the Spring 2016 edition with a focus on social justice. See full submission guidelines online, or see the following letter from editor Karine Babine: I’m writing today to ask for your help to spread the word and the call about Assay’s […]

Call for Submissions: The Newberry Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference

The Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies is hosting its annual Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference on January 26-28. The conference is a unique and enriching opportunity for graduate students interested in Renaissance, medieval and early modern research to meet peers from across the nation, an globally, to share and collaborate on work. Due to its interdisciplinary nature […]