Comparative Literature is pleased to announce our Ph.Ds for the academic years:
Ben De Witte: Dissertation title: "Queer Visibility on the Transatlantic Modernist Stage"
Vaughn Anderson: Dissertation title: "Disappearing Acts: Octavio Paz, John Cage, Haroldo De Campos, and the Silent Turn in Contemporary Poetry"
Caroline Godart: Dissertation title: "Space, Time, and Bodies in Transnational Women's Cinema"
Hugo J. Rios Cordero: Dissertation title: "Marketing Shadows: Cinephilia and New Technologies"
Sergey Toymentsev: Dissertation title: Deleuze and Russian Film" _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Congratulations to Carolyn Ureña, winner of a Mellon Dissertation Fellowship for 2016-17, and to Josue Rodriguez, winner of a Mellon Summer Study Grant for research in Santiago, Chile!
Congratulations to our recent Ph.D. Sergey Toymentsev, awarded a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellowship for 2015-2017...Read More...
Congratulations to alumna Caroline Godart, whose book, The Dimensions of Diffference: Space, Time and Bodies in Women's Cinema and Continental Philosophy, will soon be published by Rowman and Littlefield...Read More
Congratulations to alumna Chia-Chieh (Mavis) Tseng, Appointed Assistant Professor at Taipei Medical University...Read more