2016 Undergraduate Research Conference

Zombies, Cybors and Other Monstrosities of Real and Imagined Worlds

 

View the 2016 conference program.

View the 2016 Call for Papers.

The 2016 Undergraduate Research Conference Winner:

Ethan L. Gross and Sarah T. Gross, co-presenters for their contribution to the gallery, the literary reading, and their exploration of monstrosity & humanity in their interdisciplinary and collaborative presentation titled “Origin of Monsters: Descent of Creator and Creation into Madness”. Their abstract: A collection of poetry, consisting of nine poems, which tells a compelling tale of humanity's eternal struggle with itself. Philosophical undertones are abound in this collection, creating a thought-provoking narrative demanding critical analysis and reflection. Accompanying this abstract poetry is a group of hand-sketched illustrations, designed to provide several artistic interpretations of how humanity has depicted monsters. These sketches are conveniently displayed for viewers on a section of corkboard.

 

Digital Anthology

Ready to publish your creative works, presentations, and papers?

Submissions are now open for the Digital Anthology associated with the 1st Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Conference at UHV!

Send your presentations to UHVUndergradConference@gmail.com with the subject heading "anthology submission" by August 1, 2017, the deadline for submissions.

Please contact Dr. Saba Razvi, Assistant Professor of English & Creative Writing at UHV by email at razvis@uhv.edu if you have questions (use 2016 Conference Anthology as your subject line).