Undergraduate students in comparative literature can consider publishing their best undergraduate work in the one of the nation's undergraduate literary journals. These include
Columbia Journal of Literary Criticism
Was founded in 2002-2003 by students majoring in English at Columbia, but operates independent of the English Department. The journal aims to provide undergraduate students with a forum in which they can both read each other's work and develop their own critical writing.
UC Berkeley Comparative Literature Undergraduate Journal
Showcases the best undergraduate work in comparative literature across the nation as well as highlight more contemplative writing by students regarding multicultural issues, culture shock, or transnational experiences such as studying abroad. The bulk of the journal will be devoted to serious undergraduate work (such as honors theses) treating a broad range of topics including but not limited to theoretical literary discourse, international trends in literature, and comparisons of two particular national literatures.
The Oswald Review
An international, refereed journal of undergraduate criticism and research in the discipline of English. A faculty member's endorsement is required.
Started in 1996 by Comparative Literature majors at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, this annual undergraduate journal of poetry and visual art is dedicated to the publishing of student writing in languages other than English, with facing page translation.
Other journal titles to come.