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Prof. Nhora Serrano to present at Annual Feminist Art History Conf., American Univ.

November 7th, 2013

November 8th – 10th, 2013, American University, Washington, DC
Prof. Nhora Serrano will be presenting “(Un)Tangling the Myth of Arachne: Remedios Varo’s Early Modern Triptych.” In this presentation, Dr. Serrano discusses how Remedios Varo re-fashions this myth as a modern feminist parable of storytelling in which the fantastical elements of Surrealism and Hieronymus Bosch’s “The Garden [...]

“How to Write an Abstract” workshop 11/6/13 at 6:30P.M. in LA 1 -314

October 24th, 2013

“How to Write an Abstract” workshop
Wed. Nov. 6th at 6:30pm in LA 1 -314

Curious about how to write a conference paper abstract? Feel free to come to this workshop where Dr. Nhora Serrano will discuss the step-by-step process of writing a successful abstract.

Co-sponsored by the Associated Students of Comparative Literature and The Graduate Students of [...]

Prof. Nhora Serrano Selected as Visiting Scholar at Harvard Spring 2014

October 24th, 2013

During spring 2014, Prof. Nhora Serrano has been selected to be a Visiting Scholar of Comparative Literature at Harvard University. She will be conducting research for her monograph Medieval Iberian Visuality: The Alfonsine Scriptorium’s Wartime Critique, and presenting talks on her visual studies scholarly work.

Prof. Nhora Serrano Awarded Research Grant from Smithsonian

October 24th, 2013

Congratulations to Prof. Nhora Serrano, who has been awarded a Smithsonian National Postal Museum and Washington 2006 Philatelic Exhibition Scholarship for her project, “Commemorating the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair: The Columbian Exposition and the First Souvenir Postal Cards.” The scholarship will facilitate research during spring 2014.
http://www.postalmuseum.si.edu

Prof. Jordan Smith to give talk at UCLA on Post-3/11 Poetics: Transnationalism, Translation and Yoshimasu Gōzō

October 22nd, 2013

Post-3/11 Poetics: Transnationalism, Translation and Yoshimasu Gōzō
Friday October 25th, 4-6pm, in Bunche Hall room 11377
The cultural effects of 3/11 are ongoing locally, personally, psychologically, artistically; this presentation is partly a critical attempt to understand the complexity of responses among Japanese writers. Highly-acclaimed poet, photographer, and performance artist, Yoshimasu Gōzō, seeks to do so by turning [...]

Internship Program

September 24th, 2013

Looking to make direct connections with the professional world while enriching your literary studies? We are working to implement a dynamic internship program for students majoring or minoring in Comparative World Literature & Classics. If you are interested in setting up an internship in a field related to your CWL studies, contact Prof. Jordan Smith [...]