The Comparative Literature Graduate Program’s Commencement Recognition Ceremony will take place:
Thursday, May 9 11:00 hors d’oevres served11:30 ceremony begins University Memorial Center, Room 247
We celebrate 3 Doctors of Philosophy and 10 Masters of Arts!
Comparative Literature PhD candidate Dragan Ilic was selected by the Graduate School to receive a 2013 Summer Graduate School Fellowship. This highly competitive fellowship provides three months of summer support for PhD students writing their dissertation. Dragan’s advisor is Professor David Ferris.
The Comparative Literature Graduate Program along with The Department of Spanish and Portuguese and The Dean of Humanities of the College of Arts & Sciences
presents a lecture by
José María Rodríguez-García Associate Professor, Duke University
“Decisions and Indecisions in José Ortega y Gasset, [...]
The Comparative Literature Graduate Program is proud to announce three PhD graduates for Fall 2012:
* Alexander Starkweather Fobes
* Petra Landfester
* Angela Polidori-Scordo
Congratulations on your extraordinary accomplishments!
Congratulations to PhD candidate Chao Liu who has several forthcoming publications:
Chao’s essay “Reinterpreting History: Gujin’s Cultural Practices Amidst A Political Dilemma” was assessed in a double-blind peer review and is scheduled for publication in a thematic issue entitled Asian Culture(s) and Globalization. Ed. I-Chun Wang and Li Guo. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 15.2 [...]
Come to Coffee Hour for a chance to speak with French Professor Elisabeth Arnould-Bloomfield.
Friday, November 30 4:00 pm Ketchum 313
Elisabeth Arnould-Bloomfield received her Licence and Maitrise de Lettres from the Sorbonne University (Paris IV). She completed her Ph.D. in French Literature from the University of California at San Diego and taught briefly at [...]
Join the Coffee Talk crowd to meet Professor John Slater of the Spanish and Portuguese Department:
Friday, November 16 4:00 pm Ketchum 313
As always, food will be provided!
Congratulations to PhD student Andrew Gilbert who won the Writing Contest (in English) sponsored by the Department of French & Italian for their annual celebration of Italian Language Week. The Judging Committee was composed of Italian Faculty members.
Professor Jillian Heydt-Stevenson is an Associate Professor in the English Department. She has been a member of Comparative Literature for many years. Come enjoy pizza and a chat with her:
Friday, October 26 4:00 pm Ketchum 313
The CLGP Commencement Ceremony will occur:
Thursday, May 10 UMC 247 11:00 am Refreshments served 11:30 am Ceremony will begin
We will honor our graduates:
Tonja Van Helden, PhD Sarah Jane Gray, PhD Erica Carley, MA Brian Egdorf, MA Lacey Smith, MA Jiayao Wang, MA