To Attend and Present at Conferences and Workshops
Would you like to meet students from other universities in the U.S. or around the world? Consider participating in a national or international conference.
Organizations offering these opportunities include:
Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference
Youth Leadership Conference (Prague)
Sigma Iota Rho National Student Research Conference
Conference registration support
If conference registration fees are a deterrent, note that the MU Center for Transnational Justice (CTJ) will cover the registration fees for faculty, graduate, and undergraduate student participation in virtual conferences (national and international) addressing issues of systemic racism. Proposals consist of an application email describing the conference, the applicant’s role (attendee, presenter), and a conference website link. Conferences must take place before the end of the 2021-2022 fiscal year. There is no submission deadline and registration fee support will take place as long as budget conditions allow. Send proposal emails to Jobey Clarke at CTJ (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To Publish your Work
Have your written an innovative paper for a course at Marquette? Consider getting it published in either an undergraduate journal or in rare cases with exceptional work a leading scholarly journal. Work with your professors to explore opportunities.
Here are some examples of journals that publish undergraduate work: Journal of Undergraduate International Studies (UW Madison), Olive Roots (this journal focuses on Israeli-Palestinian Conflict and is published by Claremont McKena College), Undergraduate Journal of International Studies (Indiana University), and Virginia Review of Asian Studies
Student Conference Presentations, Publications, Grants
Lillian Figg-Franzoi (INIA 2011), "Maslahat, the State and the People: Opium Use in the Islamic Republic of Iran," Crime, Law and Social Change (published online August 2011; hard copy to follow).
Hannah Carrigg (INIA 2008), "Prostitution Regimes in the Netherlands and Sweden: Their Impact on the Trafficking of Women and Children in Illicit Sex Industries,"Monitor: Journal of international Studies, 14, 1 (Fall 2008): 6-15.
Marc Dettman (INIA 2007), et al., Mapping South Africa's Water Services at the Local Level, Centre for Applied Legal Studies, Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, 20 May 2008.
The Complexity of Human Trafficking: International Affairs Major Capstone Seminar Project (Center for Transnational Justice, 2008). Center publication based on a selection of student papers completed for the INIA Capstone Seminar on Human Trafficking, spring semester 2007. Copies available from Dr. Friman.