PAMLA Undergraduate Forum (Roundtable / In-Person)


Special Session
Translation in Action / Special Event

Craig Svonkin (PAMLA and MSU Denver)
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Alexa Barger (University of California - Los Angeles)
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The PAMLA Undergraduate Forum is a special session for undergraduates to develop and present their scholarship on a wide variety of humanities topics, including literature, languages, media, film, or culture. Accepted proposals will receive comments and suggestions for revision. Panelists will have approximately ten minutes to present their finished papers. Proposals should have a clear scholarly question, should be grounded in the existing scholarship on that topic, should be limited in range and topic (focused), and should include a thesis that is clear and nuanced.
The PAMLA Undergraduate Forum is a special session for undergraduates to develop and present their scholarship on a wide variety of humanities topics, including literature, languages, media, film, or culture. Accepted proposals will receive comments and suggestions for revision. Panelists will have approximately ten minutes to present their finished papers. Proposals should have a clear scholarly question, should be grounded in the existing scholarship on that topic, should be limited in range and topic (focused), and should include a thesis that is clear and nuanced.