The Richard Macksey National Undergraduate Humanities Research Symposium brings together undergraduate students from across the country to present their humanities and interdisciplinary research to a national audience. This year's symposium will be held March 21-23, on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus. Submissions (in the form of a title and abstract) are due by Dec. 8.
The Macksey Symposium is designed to provide a development opportunity for emerging humanities scholars. Participants in the 2024 symposium can expect:
- a robust audience of undergraduate students from two- and four-year colleges and universities across the U.S., plus faculty, staff, and supporters
- a keynote address, meet-and-greet, and book signing with Sami Schalk, associate professor of gender and women's studies at UW-Madison and author of Black Disability Politics
- workshops and info sessions on applying to graduate school and preparing for careers in the humanities
- an invitation to revise their presentation into a journal-length publication for our journal of proceedings, The Macksey Journal
Application instructions can be found here.
Notifications of acceptance to the conference will be made by the beginning of January. More information about the conference schedule and logistics can be found here.