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  • From:    "Dartmouth Now" <[email protected]>

    To:      All Students, All Faculty, All StaffSubject: Quote of the Day: Margaret Williamson "It is time to rethink the fundamental question of why we imprison people," says Margaret Williamson, an associate professor of classics and of comparative literature, in a "San Francisco Chronicle" opinion piece about the American prison system. Read more at: ...

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  • Monday, May 11, 2015
    Reed Hall 108
    3:30 pm – 6:30 pm

    Benjamin M. Randolph  3:30 pm – 4:00 pm
    Toward a Decolonial Critical Theory
    Advisors: Amy Allen (primary), Antonio Gómez (secondary)

    Paul C. Chang  4:00 pm – 4:30 pm
    Yi Sang and the Postcolonial Korea
    Advisors: Jungja Choi, Dennis Washburn, Lawrence Kritzman


    Gabriela Josebachvili  4:30 pm – 5: 00 pm
    The Stories They Tell: Representations and Understandings of the Spanish...

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  • Georgina Emerson is planning to go on to a doctoral program at the University of Virginia in French.

  • The Department of Comparative Literature at Dartmouth College and the University of Prishtina presents:

    Talks From Kosovo
    Thursday, April 2, 2015, 3 -6 pm
    Black Family Visual Art Center, Room 301

    Lecturers:
    Muhamet Hamiti
    Kosovo: Politial and Cultural Discourses of Statehood and Nationhhood
    Lindita Tahiri
    Does the 'Western Balkans' Amend the Negative Images of 'Balkans'?
    Vjosa Hamiti
    Ideology in the...

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  • I'm writing from Santa Fe, NM, where I'm spring breaking. After a while in Seattle, I moved back to Denver, where I've been working as an instructor at a community college. In the fall, I'm starting a PhD program in Spanish at the University of Michigan. I headed out to visit a few weeks ago and fell in love with Ann Arbor, and the program. I can't wait to start! The plan is to keep asking questions about narrative, art and the political imagination in Latin America. I'm also cooking up a...

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  • I am in the first year of a Ph.D. in German at UC Berkeley, where I am slowly focusing in on the intersections between Norwegian and Italian plays of ideas and German novels of ideas. But these are still early stages of that very long-term project, and so most of all I am learning languages, doing coursework, attending or organizing departmental events, and gearing up to begin teaching German next year.

     

  • David Peters is living in Seattle, Washington. He is working as an editor for Topside Press, which is a small book press that publishes the work of feminist and transgender authors.

  • Merve Tabur is a first year Ph.D. student in Comparative Literature at Penn State. Her research focuses on contemporary Turkish and Egyptian fiction, visual and popular culture in the Middle East and transnational feminism. She also translates academic works between English and Turkish.

  • Iryna Shuvalova has recently published two new collections of original poems in Ukrainian, Os and Az. Her translations from Ukrainian appeared in Words Without Borders in August 2014, and her translations of a number of poems by Sergei Chegra have been accepted for publication by Modern Poetry in Translation. Her poems, which previously had appeared in seven other languages, have been recently translated into Czech...

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  • Theory in Dispute Series
    Neil Larsen, UC Davis
    Towards a Critical Theory of 'Theory'
    Respondent: Amy Allen, Dartmouth
    Wednesday, April 29 2015
    Reed Hall, room 108, 4:15 pm
    This event is free and open to the public!

    To read the paper before the event please click on this link.

    Neil Larsen (1952 -  ) is a Professor at the University of...

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