Arts and Humanities Presentation Opportunities
American Academy of Religion
The American Academy of Religion hosts regional meetings which have calls for papers from students. The regional divisions are: Eastern International, Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, New England-Maritimes, Pacific Northwest, Rocky Mountain-Great Plains, Southeast, Southwest, Upper Midwest, Western.
Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS)
Papers and panels may be on any aspect of Greco-Roman antiquity; especially welcome are panels likely to be of broad interest, including those concerned with pedagogy. Teachers and students of the Classics at any level of instruction (K-12, college, or university) may submit abstracts, but papers written by undergraduates will be evaluated separately from the rest and assigned to sessions designated for undergraduate papers.
Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture
The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture has become an international event attracting more than six hundred participants annually. Scholars in all languages and literatures are invited to submit proposals on any topic pertaining to literary and cultural since 1900. The Conference also welcomes submissions by creative writers.
Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters
The Academy is an interdisciplinary scholarly organization established in 1894 to promote exchange among researchers at colleges, universities, government agencies, research and business organizations. The conference aims to bring together scholars from the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities.
Modern Language Association
The regional organizations of the MLA host annual meetings which may welcome undergraduates as presenters or co-presenters.
National Undergraduate Literature Conference
The National Undergraduate Literature Conference (NULC) gives undergraduates an opportunity to present papers both critical and creative, to an audience of peers from campuses across the country and to hear some of the most important writers in contemporary literature.
Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society
At its biennial convention, undergraduate and graduate students have the opportunity to meet distinguished historians and to present their own research papers. Phi Alpha Theta is one of the few honor and professional historical societies that encourages student participation in all its functions.
Sigma Tau Delta
All currently-enrolled members of Sigma Tau Delta and Sigma Kappa Delta are invited to submit original critical essays, creative nonfiction, poetry, fiction, drama/screenplays to be considered for presentation at the annual convention. Essays on any topic of interest in the discipline are welcome; essays on the works of our featured speakers are especially encouraged.