Baker’s Blues: St. Louis Remembers Josephine

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Lionel Cuillé writes about the University's Celebrating Josephine Baker's event in Villa Albertine.

Celebrating Josephine Baker

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On November 30, 2021, French ConneXions Center of Excellence, the Romance Languages and Literatures Department, and the Divided City Initiative celebrated Josephine Baker’s introduction into the Panthéon in Paris.

The devil is in the details

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Sophomore Gracie Hime reflects on her experience studying Dante’s Inferno this semester in a course taught by Michael Sherberg.

Infante's translation named one of Entropy's best poetry books of 2020–21

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Entropy named Ignacio Infante and Michael Leong’s new translation of a major Latin American avant-garde book-length poem by Vincente Huidobro one of the best poetry books of 2020–21.

Andia Augustin-Billy, PhD WashU French Alumna, is Centenary College's first Tenured Black Faculty Member

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Andia Augustin-Billy, PhD WashU French Alumna, is Centenary College's first Tenured Black Faculty Member.

Faculty Employment Opportunity: Latinx Performance Studies Position

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The Performing Arts Department (PAD) and RLL invite applications for an Associate or Full Professor in the area of Latinx Performance Studies.

The humanities: A beating heart of scholarship

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Ignacio Sánchez Prado, the Jarvis Thurston and Mona Van Duyn Professor in the Humanities, writes about the value of the humanities.

Language Teaching Fair brings together a world of language instruction

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A recent conference invited language instructors from across Arts & Sciences to discuss challenges and opportunities unique to the foreign language classroom.

France for Pre-Med in Nice program awarded Transatlantic Mobility Program grant

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The grant will provide scholarships for the five-week exchange program between Washington University and Pasteur Hospital in Nice.

RLL Graduate Students Summer Fellowships with The Divided City

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Congratulations to our RLL graduate students on their Graduate Summer Research Fellowship with the Divided City.

Published article by Soledad Mocchi-Radichi, a Ph.D. candidate in our Hispanic Studies program

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Soledad Mocchi-Radichi, a Ph.D. candidate in our Hispanic Studies program publishes an article in the journal, Latin American Theatre Review.

Prof. Acree featured on podcast about his book, Staging Frontiers: the making of modern popular culture in Argentina and Uruguay

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Prof. Acree featured on podcast about his book, Staging Frontiers. The Making of Modern Popular Culture in Argentina and Uruguay.