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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.

Nomad Spring Speaker Event

J. Leigh Myers and Dawn Marlan presented our Spring Nomad Speakers Series talk on April 10. The presentations were related to this year’s Nomad Mentorship Program theme “Outlaw.”

Nomad Speaker Event

Professor Roy Chan and Elizabeth Howard  spoke on the Nomad theme “Outlaw” Tuesday, February 20.

Ken Calhoon gives work-in-progress talk

Department Head Ken Calhoon gave a work-in-progress talk titled “Painting the Devil on the Wall: Romanticism and Early German Film” on January 24th, 2018. This event was part of the faculty and graduate student colloquium sponsored by the Department of German and Scandinavian.

What Matters To Me

Prof. Leah Middlebrook presented “The View from Thebes: Poetry, the Polis and the Conundrum of Walls” on December 1, 2017.
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