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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 ...

Two Public Lectures by Davide Stimilli

The Department of Comparative of Literature presented two public lectures by Davide Stimilli (Colorado University, Boulder) Thursday, October 16th, 2014 4:00 p.m., Browsing Room, Knight Library “The Moment of the Face: Rembrandt, Aby Warburg, and Orson Welles” Friday, October 17th, 2014 4:00 ...
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