The Annual Convention annually features a separate Undergraduate Research Forum in the form of poster presentations. Students are invited to give 3- to 5-minute presentations on their research followed by a networking event. This is an opportunity for aspiring scholars to discuss their research with peers, graduate students and faculty, and to be awarded prizes by NeMLA's various constituencies. Join us and vote for your favorite presentations and posters!
Call for Abstracts
Submit here or to the links below a 300-word abstract, a bibliography, and 100-word bio by November 15.
- The Humanities and Other Disciplines: How can language/literature intersect with STEMM and/or the social sciences? How does this interdisciplinarity help us to better explain history, understand the present, and/or realize our future potential?
- Humanities in the World: How do the Humanities help us to interpret the world? How can the Humanities effect or create social, cultural, and political movements and changes? We encourage proposals on both past and present events.
- Humanities through the Humanities: What makes a discipline part of the “Humanities?” How do these different disciplines intersect? How do different disciplines within the Humanities help us to answer the same questions and understand the world using different approaches?
- Humanities and Language: What is the relationship between language and society? How does language construct thought? How does language shape the decisions we make and the actions we take?
Learn more at the NeMLA's website.