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Nomad Undergraduate Conference: Trace

You are cordially invited to attend: TRACE, the 2019 Nomad Undergraduate Conference, presented by the Comparative Literature Nomad Mentorship Program, on Saturday, May 18, in the EMU Diamond Lake Room, from 12:00-4:30 p.m.  

The Afro-Asian ‘Silk Road’ and the Rhetoric of Connected History

The UO Department of Comparative Literature is pleased to present a public lecture by Tamara Chin, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature and East Asian Studies, Brown University, on Tuesday, May 7, 4:00 p.m., in the Knight Library Browsing Room. The talk is co-sponsored by the ...

Nomad Speaker Event: Trace

Please join us for another brilliant evening as Nomad speakers Dr. Andréa Gilroy  and Michelle Crowson give their takes on Trace as part of our Nomad Speaker’s Series. The title of Dr. Gilroy’s talk is,  “The Trace of the Translator: Words and Images in Comics.” Michelle Crowson will ...

Imagining Africa in the Early Modern Era

You are warmly invited to join in an afternoon of fascinating research as Steven Hutchinson, Professor of Spanish and outgoing president of the Cervantes Society of America, joins us to present research from his recently-completed book, Writing the Early Modern Mediterranean. The title of Prof. ...

What Matters To Me

“The Philological Swamp, or, What Nineteenth-Century Fiction Teaches Us About the Humanities” Please join us for a Work-In-Progress talk by Katy Brundan on Friday, October 19, 4 p.m., in 312 Villard.

Sangita Gopal talk: “Bourgeois Extreme: Genre and Global Flows”

Sangita Gopal presented a talk entitled “Bourgeois Extreme: Genre and Global Flows” as part of the Comparative Literature Department’s “What Matters To Me” series on Friday, May 11, at 4:00 p.m. in 300 Villard Hall on the main UO Campus.

Nomad Undergraduate Conference: “Outlaw”

The Nomad Mentorship Program’s “Outlaw” 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 will showcase their work, which will appear in nomad, our journal of ...

Jeffrey Librett gives talk on April 26

Jeffrey Librett presented a lecture entitled: “Deconstruction, Biopower, and the Philosophy of History: Revisitng the Derrida-Foucault Debate” on Thursday, April 26 at 4:00 p.m. in LIB 101.

Tze-Yin Teo gives presentation “The Promise of Transpacific Translation”

Prof. Tze-Yin Teo gave a presentation titled “The Promise of Transpacific Translation as part of the Department of Comparative Literature’s “What Matters To Me” series on April 16.
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