'Underground' Available Now in Print
The Fall 2018 issue of St. Lawrence University's undergraduate peer-reviewed research journal, The Underground, is now available in print version.
According to Juraj Kittler, associate professor of performance and communication arts and English and The Underground faculty advisor, the journal features some of the best essays related to the issues of representation and communication produced by students in the departments of Government, Art & Art History, Film Studies, Modern Languages, and Performance and Communication Arts.
Among the authors featured in this issue are Catherine MacKenzie ’19, Lucy Hochschartner ’20, Alison Spasyk ’20, Raven Larcom ’20, Annabella Pugliese ’20, Alexandra Nicoletti ’19, Connor McSweeney ’18 and Macklin Brigham ’19. Their essays and art work cover a wide range of topics from the study of the Chinese educational system (focusing on its limited ability to foster innovation) through the dialectic contradictions faced by the environmental movements, to the analysis of the World War II docudrama Band of Brothers. One of the essays is in the French language, emphasizing the polyglottic nature of the journal. The issue was produced by a team of student editors led by Josie Brown ’19 and its layout was executed under the leadership of Norbert Oros ’19.
The submission deadline for the Spring 2019 issue is Feb. 15, 2019. For more information and to view the latest edition, visit www.stlawu.edu/performance-and-communication-arts/underground.