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  • COLT MA Masters Theses Presentations 2023

    Our Comparative Literature Program MA Graduates will present their Master's Theses on May 16, 2023 and May 18, 2023, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm, Dartmouth Hall 104, both days. These presentations can be viewed on Zoom. Please contact administrator Liz Cassell for the Zoom link.

    COLT MA Students Fall 2022
  • How Ukrainian artists are grappling with war

    Dartmouth Ukrainian Fellow — Hanna Leliv bringing a collection of her work to the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, alongside two other Ukrainian scholars and translators: Veronika Yadukha and Lada Kolomiyets.

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  • Hannah Kadin D'23

    Hannah Kadin, a current undergraduate student that is writing an honor thesis on speculative fiction about environmental catastrophes, will join the PhD program in Comparative Literature at Northwestern University.

    Hannah Kadin
  • Benjamin Randolph, D'15

    Benjamin Randolph, who wrote an honor thesis in COLT in 2015, will be defending his dissertation (titled "Adorno's Secularization of Hope") next week in the Department of Philosophy at Penn State University.

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  • Emily Oliveira, D'22

    Emily Oliveira, who completed her MA at Dartmouth College in 2022, will join the PhD Program in Latin American and Iberian Studies at Columbia University. Emily will head to NYC after receiving several offers from some of the most prestigious universities in the USA.

  • How I Chose Among the Translations of 'The Tale of Genji'

    Dennis Washburn, Comparative Literature professor's translation of the 11th-century Japanese novel "The Tale of the Genji" is called "the most readable and the best for understanding the book at a plot level" by the New York Times.

    The Tale of the Genji"
  • How Text Becomes Clay and Clay Becomes Music!

    Veronika Yadukha (MA '23) has received a grant from Dartmouth's Arts Integration Grant Program for the project, "The transmedial translation of the Novel Amadoka: How Text Becomes Clay and Clay Becomes Music."

    Arts Integration Initiative Supports Innovative Research

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