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"About-Face: Erich Auerbach and the Physiognomy of Character"
Friday, November 21, 4 p.m., 312 Villard Hall
On Friday, November 21st, Kenneth Calhoon will give a work-in-progress lecture titled "About-Face: Erich Auerbach and the Physiognomy of Character."
Assistant Professor Michael Allan served as guest editor for a special edition of the Comparative Literature journal:
Reading Secularism: Religion, Literature, Aesthetics Volume 65, Number 3, Summer 2013
Diaries of Exile by Yannis Ritsos, translated from the Greek by Assistant Professor Karen Emmerich and Edmund Keeley, has received the 2014 Pen Award for Poetry in Translation. Read more...
Professor Forest Pyle (English, and a member of the comparative literature participating faculty), who will be teaching a graduate seminar in poetics for Comparative Literature in spring of 2015, has published Art's Undoing: In the Wake of a Radical Aestheticism (Fordham University Press)
Professor Kenneth Calhoon has edited and contributed to an issue of Konturen, an e-journal devoted to thresholds of all kinds. This issue, Abstraction and Materiality in the Arts, Literature and Music, stems from a conference by the same title held on the Oregon campus in April of 2011.