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Nomad Speaker Event

The Winter Nomad Speaker Event will be held on Tues. February 21 at 5:30 p.m. in 111 Lillis. Dr. Katy Brundan will speak on “The Tower of Babel and the Forbidden Pleasures of Linguistic Entanglement” spoke on “Chaos and the Order of Things,” and Ph.D. candidate Anna Baumeister will ...

Nomad Speaker Event

The first Nomad Speaker Event of the year was held on Tues. November 15. Professor Kenneth Calhoon spoke on “Chaos and the Order of Things,” and Ph.D. candidate Michelle Crowson spoke on “Hold Tight, Maidens: Translating the Chaotic Other in Akiko Akazome’s Otome no ...

2016 Nomad Release Party

The Department of Comparative Literature celebrated the release of the latest edition of nomad, the department’s journal of undergraduate writing, at an author signing event on October 11 at The Duck Store. Download [1.04 MB]

2016 Nomad Undergraduate Conference

Saturday, May 14 10:00 am to 5:10 pm, Gerlinger Alumni Lounge The Nomad Mentorship Program’s “Threshold” year has come to fruition. Since Fall term, undergraduate participants have worked one-on-one with mentors to develop and present their own research. The conference showcased ...

“Imagistic Reason in Satyajit Ray’s Shatranj Ke Khilari (The Chess Players)”

Thursday, April 28, 2016 4:00 p.m. Knight Library Browsing Room Keya Ganguly will give a public lecture entitled “Imagistic Reason in Satyajit Ray’s Shatranj Ke Khilari (The Chess Players)” Ganguly is Professor of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature at the University of ...

Spring Nomad Speaker Event

Tuesday, April 26th 2016 5:30 PM, Lillis 111 The Department of Comparative Literature will hold the third event in our NOMAD speakers series. Tera Reid-Olds (Comparative Literature Graduate Student) “Bodies as Borders: Thresholds in the Narratives of Pap Kouma and Nasser Chohra” Cecilia ...

“The Avowal of Truth: Torture and Confession During the Witch Hunt”

Monday, February 29th, 4:00 pm Knight Library, Browsing Room Jacob Rogozinski will give a public lecture entitled “The Avowal of Truth: Torture and Confession During the Witch Hunt”. Rogozinski is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Strasbourg, where he succeeded Jean-Luc Nancy ...

“Resonant Evil: Sonic Palimpsests & Haptic Sonority in Transnational Horror Cinema”

  Friday, Oct. 30, 3:30 p.m. Knight Library, Room 36, Main Campus Steven Brown (Professor of Comparative Literature) gave a work-in-progress presentation titled “Resonant Evil: Sonic Palimpsests & Haptic Sonority in Transnational Horror Cinema.” The author of Tokyo ...

Winter Nomad Speaker Event

Tuesday, February 16, 5:30 – 6:30, Pacific 30 The Department of Comparative Literature held the second event in our NOMAD speakers series. The event features one of our faculty and one of our doctoral students. Tze-Yin Teo (Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature)
“Gertrude’ Stein’s ...

Fall Nomad Speaker Event

Tuesday (November 17), at 5:30 pm, the Department of Comparative Literature hosted a speaker event—part of this year’s Nomad mentorship program, the theme of which is Threshold. In keeping with our practice of the last couple of years, a faculty member and a graduate student will each give a ...

2015 Nomad Conference

Saturday May 16, 2015 Gerlinger Alumni Lounge The Department of Comparative Literature hosted the 2015 NOMAD Undergraduate Conference, with nine undergraduates presenting on topics related to last year’s theme HUMORS. This event crowns a year of work not only on the part of these talented and ...

Comics Pedagogy Symposium 2014

Are you curious about how to integrate comics and graphic novels into the college classroom? Featuring nationally recognized scholars and local UO faculty, the goal of the Comics Pedagogy Symposium was to enrich the our pedagogy by exploring the opportunities and challenges associated with teaching ...
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