Critical Intersections – Identities in a Global Age

Event Date: 

Tuesday, January 22, 2013 - 3:00pm

Event Location: 

  • Phelps Hall 5312

Event Contact: 


Josefina Lopez


Call for Undergraduate Participants:
During Spring 2013, graduate students in the Comparative Literature Program will host an interdisciplinary conference to showcase undergraduate research. Undergraduate students will present their work in a conference setting, receive mentorship, improve their public speaking skills, and add a valuable experience to their résumés or graduate school applications.
We welcome projects by undergraduates in all disciplines tackling different types of media, including (but not limited to): literature & poetry, philosophy and critical theory, historical texts or artifacts, multi-media and digital works, computer games or programs, laboratory experiments, sociological or environmental studies, theater, film, art installations, music, economic studies of corporations, finance and capital, etc.
If you’d like to participate in the conference, please come to our first meeting on January 22. You can also visit our website at for more information.