2021 National Undergraduate Literature Conference

Weber State University

Hosted by Weber State University’s Department of English, the 2021 National Undergraduate Literature Conference is scheduled to be held virtually at 6 pm MDT on March 25, 2021.

Our keynote address will be given by Dr. Clint Smith III, who will discuss both his collection of poetry and a forthcoming book of narrative nonfiction. He will speak on how powerful the nature of a single narrative, added to a collective narrative, helps address issues facing liberal arts students. Through their courage and ability to share their own narrative, individuals can achieve greater understanding, empathy, and humanity.

In addition to readings by Weber State faculty and open mics, attendees will be able to attend workshops to help them grow their skills in writing, editing and studying literature.

This year’s conference is free and open to the public. All tickets must be reserved in advance. Access to the webinars and virtual classrooms will be shared with attendees the week of the conference.

Reserve tickets at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/national-undergraduate-literature-conference-hosted-by-weber-state-english-tickets-144325307881

Learn more at weber.edu/nulc

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