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  • Dean of the College Rebecca Biron has decided to return to full-time research and teaching at the end of the academic year, Interim Provost David Kotz ’86 announced yesterday. She will have served three years as Dartmouth’s senior officer responsible for undergraduate academic and co-curricular life. A professor of Spanish and comparative literature and a Dartmouth faculty member since 2006, Biron says she’s proud of the work her team has done to better integrate the College’s educational...

  • Through the generous funding of President Hanlon, six faculty members received 2018 New Directions in Humanities Scholarship and Arts Practice grants.  The six are Zahra Ayubi (Religion), Antonio Gomez (Spanish and Portuguese), Enrico Riley (Studio Art), Jeffrey Ruoff (Film and Media Studies), Nirvana Tanouki (English), and Spencer Topel (Music). Congratulations to all and good luck with your projects.

    Six members of the faculty have received...

  • Identity and Representation in the Middle East: Narratives of Loss 
    Spring 2018 @ 2A Inst. Tarek El-Ariss                                                                     
    This interdisciplinary course lays the theoretical foundations for reflecting on the question of identity in Middle Eastern...

  • I am now in a Ph.D. program at Duke in the Dept. of Art, Art History, &
    Visual Studies. My concentration is modern architecture and my dissertation
    is on Singapore. I have used my MA degree in Comp Lit to think about how I
    frame my research - in particular with the use of postcolonial theory. I am
    at Duke thanks in part to the suggestion and help of a prof. at Dartmouth
    with whom I took an elective art history class.
    I still keep in touch with several of my...

  • Thursday, April 26, 2018, 5:00 pm
    Rockefeller 002
    Lecturer: Jens Andermann, New York University

    In the Flesh: Bio Art, Trans-Species Aesthetics and the Question of Technology
    From the teratological speculations of Arcimboldo and La Mettrie to Gothic fantasies of automata, relations between aesthetics, technology, and the limits of the human have constantly troubled as well as excited Western modernity. At...

  • Tuesday, October 31, 2017, 5:00 pm, Rockefeller 001, reception to follow
    Derrida and The Non-Political Opening of Politics
    Geoffrey Bennington, Emory University
    In this talk I aim to show how Derrida’s early account of the trace as binding together in one and the same thought the structures of language, of temporalization, and of the relation to the other opens onto his later thinking on more obviously political issues such as...

  • Nicole Eitzen Delgado is a third year English Ph.D. student and recitation instructor at New York University. Her research interests include race and gender in modern American literature; subalternity and revolutionary thought in 20th century Mexican, Central American, and Caribbean literature; women of color feminism; and queer of color critique.

    While at Dartmouth, Eitzen Delgado assistant taught for introductory courses in the Comparative Literature and...

  • Francisco Nahoe

    In the Fall of 2004, having just completed the Dartmouth MA in Comparative Literature, I enrolled in the ThM program in Biblical Studies at Harvard Divinity School. At the time, I lived in Andover where I was Roman Catholic chaplain at Phillips Academy and an instructor in English until 2006 after which I moved to Our Lady of Czestochowa Friary in South Boston where I stayed until I finished the program at Harvard in 2007.

    Thereafter, I return...

  • Larissa Hebert

    I currently teach Advanced Placement Language and Composition and American Literature at Bellows Free Academy in St. Albans, Vermont.  I am going into my 15th year of teaching.  Following my completion of my MA in Comparative Literature at Dartmouth College, I was hired at Milton Junior/Senior High School in Milton, Vermont to teach exploratory languages to 8th graders.  My Comparative Literature degree provided me with the experiential background in...

  • US history is a Pandora's box. There has never been a better moment to open it

    Past controversy has often been diluted. After Trump’s victory, there’s a real opportunity to discuss what counts as history and the role it plays in democracy

    In divided cold war-era Germany, the last thing that an eminent historian of fascism would have hoped to do was scandalize. But scandalize Ernst Nolte did. The title of his essay The Past that Will Not Pass, published in the prominent...