Clark University's Scholarly Undergraduate Research Journal (SURJ) is the institution's first student-run undergraduate interdisciplinary research journal. It aims to promote critical thinking, practical application of knowledge, as well as awareness and recognition of ongoing research throughout the university.
As a completely student-run journal, SURJ members are provided with the opportunity to experience the wide range of publication processes: either as staff member or author. Through the collaboration with SURJ's faculty review boards, the journal seeks to create an avenue for student-faculty partnerships, as well as cross-departmental scholarly dialogue.
Current Volume: Volume 2 (2016)
Shifting Understandings of Lesbianism in Imperial and Weimar Germany
Meghan C. Paradis
Inhabiting the Discourses of Belonging; Franz Kafka and Yoko Tawada