Research

In the MLC Undergraduate Research Conference

The MLC Undergraduate Research Conference in spring semester is a fantastic opportunity for both faculty and undergraduates in MLC to hear about research in our department. As part of their Honors Thesis, all current honors candidates are asked to present their work, joined by students who have completed distinguished research papers in the Major Seminar (CLT 389), as well as those undergraduates who have done exceptional translation projects through the Literary Translation Studies program.

Here is a sample of recent Undergraduate Research Conferences and participants:

2016 MLC Undergraduate Research Conference

Session I: Photography, Film, and Cultural Critique

Session II: Freud, Jung, and Documentary Truth

 

2015 MLC Undergraduate Research Conference

 

2013 MLC Undergraduate Research Conference

Session I: Women Writing on Gender, Language, Identity, and Power

Session II: Traumas, Specters, and Obsessions in Film and Literature