Incubator for Transdisciplinary Futures announces first round of funded projects

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Nine multiyear clusters and five yearlong programmatic grants bring together faculty across all seven schools to collaborate on new transdisciplinary research.

Recipes for a very Arts & Sciences Thanksgiving

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With Thanksgiving just around the corner, faculty members share recipes that they will include at their dinners. 

Prof. Ignacio Infante is one of the Arts & Sciences fall 2022 SPEED grant winners

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Arts & Science has announced the second cohort of internal seed grant recipients, Prof. Ignacio Infante among them

Arts & Sciences announces fall 2022 SPEED grant winners

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Arts & Sciences has announced the second cohort of internal seed grant recipients.

Published article by Rodrigo Viqueira, a Ph.D. candidate in our Hispanic Studies program

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Rodrigo Viqueira, a Ph.D. candidate in our Hispanic Studies program publishes his article “La escritura fonoautográfica de Rodolfo Walsh: la grabadora y la disputa por la voz obrera en ¿Quién mató a Rosendo?” in the Latin America Literary Review

Teaching modernity in the mountains

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A midcentury surge of schoolteachers, trained as agents of rural progress, brought modern education to even the most remote areas of the Andean provinces of Peru. Faculty Fellow Javier García Liendo offers a preview of his book in progress, “The Children of Indigenismo: Schoolteachers and the Making of Popular Modernity in Peru.”

Center for the Literary Arts invites community to launch event

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The new center will serve as a hub for creative writers and translators at Washington University and beyond.

Roundtable to explore Cuillé's "Divining Nature"

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Celebrating outstanding faculty and staff 2022

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At a ceremony and reception held Sept. 21 in Holmes Lounge, members of the Arts & Sciences community gathered to recognize recipients of the annual faculty and staff awards. Each award-winner has demonstrated exceptional service to the university through service, leadership, or teaching. Congratulations to all the awardees, including our own Miguel Valerio.

The sovereignty of joy

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In a new book, Miguel Valerio uncovers the history of Afro-Mexican festival performances in colonial Mexico.

Celebrating outstanding faculty and staff

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Faculty Employment Opportunity: Assistant Professor of French.

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Washington University in St. Louis, Romance Languages and Literatures Department is hiring for an Assistant Professor of French.