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Iida Pöllänen receives two awards

Congratulations to Iida Pöllanen, who has been awarded both the Norman Brown Graduate Fellowship from the College of Arts and Sciences and a Willa Cather Foundation research grant. These awards enable Iida to take advantage of her admission into the prestigious, 6-day intensive workshop held by the ...

Tera Reid-Olds awarded M. Gregg Smith Fellowship

Please join me in congratulating Tera Reid-Olds on having been awarded the M. Gregg Smith Fellowship from the College of Arts and Sciences. The award was given in support of Tera’s dissertation project, “Community at the Cross Currents.”

Jason Lester celebrates National Poetry Month

On Wednesday, April 3, Jason Lester helped COLT celebrate National Poetry Month by reading some of his work at Tsunami Books. Lester, who is a fourth-year Ph.D. student in COLT, read some of his own poems, including “Cold Open,” “In the Spaceship of a Human Body,” and “Three-Story ...

Ahmad Nadalizadeh awarded CAS Dissertation Research Fellowship

Ahmad Nadalizadeh has been awarded the UO College of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Research Fellowship in support of his project, Repetition Beyond Representation: Media, History and Event in Iran, 1951-1990. This project examines the poetry of Mehdi Akhavan-Sales (1929-1990), the novels of ...

Ahmad Nadalizadeh’s book-length translation accepted for publication

Leaning Against This Late Hour: Poems by Garous Abdolmalekian, a volume Ahmad Nadalizadeh co-translated with Idra Novey, has been accepted by Penguin Press. The book is scheduled to be published in April 2020. Congratulations, Ahmad!

Tera Reid-Olds publishes research

Tera Reid-Olds’ article “Mobility and Memory: Maritime Crossings of the Storyteller in Marie-Célie Agnant’s Le Livre d’Emma and Gabriella Ghermandi’s Regina di fiori e di perle” has been accepted for publication in the forthcoming  issue (April 2019) of The Cambridge Journal of ...

Okumu presented paper at the PAMLA

In November, Robin Okumu attended the annual PAMLA (Pacific and Ancient Modern Languages Association) conference in Bellingham, WA where she presented a paper, titled: “Rewriting Patriarchal Ventriloquism: Reclaiming the Sibyl’s voice in Monique Wittig’s Virgile, Non.” The paper ...

Ying Xiong accepts editorial position

Ying Xiong, who defended her dissertation this past May (“Herbs and Beauty: Gendered Poethood and Translated Affect in Late Imperial and Early Modern China”), has begun working officially for the bilingual journal International Comparative Literature, which is housed by the prestigious Center of ...

Baran Germen secures Visiting Assistant Professor position

Baran Germen has accepted the offer of a Visiting Assistant Professorship for 2018-2019 in Film Studies at Colorado College.
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