Creating Knowledge Call for Papers

Call for Papers

The English department is now seeking submissions for the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences’ annual student research journal, Creating Knowledge. Faculty members from the English department will choose one essay to represent the department in this year’s publication. If you would like to have your essay considered for publication, please email a copy of your paper as a Word document to Professor Jennifer Conary at jennifer.conary@depaul.edu by noon on Monday, April 22nd; please include your full name and student ID number in the body of the email. Your essay must meet the following requirements:

Include original research using primary and/or secondary sources; papers written in Research Intensive courses or for the Newberry Seminar would be excellent options.

Have been written in a course in the English department or the Newberry Seminar.

Be between 3000 and 5000 words.

Be formatted according to MLA standards and include a works cited page.

If you have any questions, please contact Professor Conary at jennifer.conary@depaul.edu.

Get Unstuck! Coaching Event

The College of Education is offering individual coaching for all DePaul students who fall behind and/or are feeling overwhelmed. We will address procrastination, time management, note taking, test preparation, and strategies to deal with stress and anxiety. “Get Unstuck” appointments can be made in room 270 of the College of Education building, 2247 N Halsted or via email included on the flyer.

Queer Revolt LGBTQ+ Studies Conference

QUEER REVOLT, DePaul’s first citywide undergraduate LGBTQ+ Studies conference has been conceived and organized by DePaul undergrads in the LGBTQ Studies program, and will occur on Saturday, May 11th. It will be held on the 3rd floor of the Student Center.

Invited speakers include DePaul LGBTQ Studies Alum and 1st openly LGBTQ Cook County Commissioner Kevin Morrison, and University of Chicago Professor, C. Riley Snorton, author of Black on Both Sides: A Racial History of Trans Identity.

Students can submit individual papers or propose whole panels or roundtables. The deadline for submissions is currently April 10th.

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This website contains the link for the Eventbrite that allows students to submit their work and register for the conference. Check it out! Registration for all participants is $10(plus a $1.94 processing fee).