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The Robert C. Elliott Memorial Lecture Series:
Lisa Lowe: A Fetishism of Colonial Commodities
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Literature Building Room 155 (de Certeau)
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Language and Culture Programs

Language and Culture ProgramsGreek, Korean, Latin, and Russian and Intermediate and Advanced courses in French, German, Italian and Spanish


Professor Dennis Childs

Congratulations to Professor Dennis Childs for winning the Chancellor¹s Associates Award for Excellence in Community Service. [Video Link]

Professor Daisuke Miyao has been awarded a very competitive NEH summer grant for his project: The Influence of Japanese Art, Culture, and Aesthetics on the Birth of Cinema, 1860-1910. [Press Release]
Pasquale Verdicchio Professor Pasquale Verdicchio will receive the 2015 Muir College Environmental Fellow Award for his significant contribution to sustainability and environmental preservation. Presentation of awards will be held on April 21 during Earth Week.
  • Literature/Writing and Literatures of the World Major Arely Guzmán won a scholarship from the Instituto Mexicano del Exterior, a branch of the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Relations.
  • Former Undergraduate Writing Major Daniel Sichmeller has been awarded a teaching Fulbright (Czech Republic)
  • Former Graduate Student Chien-Ting Lin has been appointed as a tenure-track assistant professor in the Department of English at National Central University in Taiwan. NCU is one of the top national research universities in Taiwan and Chien-ting's department is best known for its interdisciplinary literary and cultural studies, critical gender/sexuality studies, and film studies.

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