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Creating Knowledge is the journal of undergraduate scholarship and creative activity published annually by the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.It is produced in both hard copy and digital versions. First published in 2008,
Creating Knowledge provides a venue to showcase the best student work produced across all our programs of study. The selection process is intentionally competitive.
Instructions for Students
Instructions for Departments/Programs
Call for Art
Students may submit 1-5 artwork images using the
submission link. All media and subject matter will be considered. You will be prompted to add an image (JPG or JPEG file types preferred) as well as the artwork title, year created, and media used for each artwork. You may also add a brief optional statement for each piece. Submissions will be accepted when the
submission link to Slideroom is available, generally at the start of Spring Quarter. Submissions for the coming year will no longer be accepted after June 30. Please contact Associate Professor Jessica Larva in The Art School at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Slideroom Submission Link
2020, Volume 132019, Volume 122018, Volume 11 2017, Volume 10 2016, Volume 9 2015, Volume 8 2014, Volume 7 2013, Volume 6 2012, Volume 5 2011, Volume 4 2010, Volume 3 2009, Volume 2 2008, Volume 1
Mille-Feuille is sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, the Department of Modern Languages, the Study Abroad Office and Student Life at DePaul University. Each year, students enrolled in third year French at DePaul partake in all the aspects of the production of Mille-Feuille: they apply for grants, take care of the advertising, choose the art for the cover, read and select the submissions, provide editorial suggestions, and do the typesetting.
Sponsored by DePaul's department of English, Crook and Folly is a student produced Art and Literary Magazine. It was formerly known as Threshold. Follow Crook and Folly on Twitter and/or Facebook