NULC — Deadlines, Categories and Criteria
» Submissions for the National Undergraduate Literature Conference open October 1, 2019, and close January 15, 2020. Submissions should consist of a 300-350-word abstract; see specifics below. Previously, NULC has asked for full works to be submitted, however due to the volume of submissions, please submit ONLY
» American Literature
» British Literature
» World Literature
» Panel Proposals
» Digital Literacy
» Professional and Technical Writing
» Short original documentary films on literary topics
» Personal Essay
» Participants must be undergraduate students enrolled during the 2019–2020 academic year and have not yet attended graduate school.
» Submission must be original work.
» Abstracts should be roughly 300-350 words and address the following:
- Title and Name of Presenter
- Name of Endorsing Professor
- Name of College or University
- Subject and Scope of Paper
» Click here for suggested abstract guidelines.
» The endorsing professor should review the full paper, poems, essays, fiction, etc. before students attend the conference. Each presenter will have a maximum of 15 minutes to make their presentation. Original poetry submissions have a three-poem minimum and five-poem maximum. Those presenting poetry or any other creative work will have the same 15-minute reading limit. Students are encouraged to be creative in presentations of their work and might consider using presentation software to present key points from their work, though reading a paper is also welcome. AV Equipment is available in each session for presenters who would like to use technology as part of their presentation/reading.
» For examples of an abstract and presentation, see below.
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