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Faculty Employment Opportunity: Latinx Performance Studies Position

Faculty Employment Opportunity: Latinx Performance Studies Position

Professor Acree serving as faculty marshal in Spring 2021 graduate school commencement

Professor Acree serving as faculty marshal in Spring 2021 graduate school commencement

Prof. Moraña publishes two new books: Pensar el cuerpo Historia, materialidad y símbolo and Líneas de fuga   ciudadanía, frontera y sujeto migrante

Prof. Moraña publishes two new books: Pensar el cuerpo Historia, materialidad y símbolo and Líneas de fuga ciudadanía, frontera y sujeto migrante

Hostile Terrain 94 in review

Hostile Terrain 94 in review

RLL Faculty & Students share their poetry on Life/Lines

RLL Faculty & Students share their poetry on Life/Lines

Francophone Week March 20th-26th, 2021

Francophone Week March 20th-26th, 2021

Publication of Liquid borders: migration as resistance

Publication of Liquid borders: migration as resistance

Professor Michael Sherberg publishes The Decameron Fourth Day in Perspective

Professor Michael Sherberg publishes The Decameron Fourth Day in Perspective

Graduate Fellow Olivia Lott lauded with PEN translation honor

Graduate Fellow Olivia Lott lauded with PEN translation honor

Professor Tili Boon Cuillé publishes Divining Nature: Aesthetics of Enchantment in Enlightenment France

Professor Tili Boon Cuillé publishes Divining Nature: Aesthetics of Enchantment in Enlightenment France

Prof. Ignacio Infante Receives Emerson's 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award

Prof. Ignacio Infante Receives Emerson's 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award

Professor Rebecca Messbarger wins the Rome Prize Fellowship in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies

Professor Rebecca Messbarger wins the Rome Prize Fellowship in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies

Publication of Mabel Moraña's Philosophy and Criticism in Latin America: From Mariátegui to Sloterdijk

Publication of Mabel Moraña's Philosophy and Criticism in Latin America: From Mariátegui to Sloterdijk

On Race, Colonialism, and Falling Monuments in Spain and the US, By Professor Akiko Tsuchiya

On Race, Colonialism, and Falling Monuments in Spain and the US, By Professor Akiko Tsuchiya

Professor William Acree wins LASA 2020 Best Book Award

Professor William Acree wins LASA 2020 Best Book Award

Professor Rebecca Messbarger Interviewed by CNN: Here's how Italians 'quaranteamed' 700 years ago

Professor Rebecca Messbarger Interviewed by CNN: Here's how Italians 'quaranteamed' 700 years ago

Professor Ignacio Infante Publishes a Translation of Vicente Huidobro's Temblor del cielo

Professor Ignacio Infante Publishes a Translation of Vicente Huidobro's Temblor del cielo

Professor Michael Sherberg Offers Some Coronavirus Lessons From Boccaccio

Professor Michael Sherberg Offers Some Coronavirus Lessons From Boccaccio

Professor Rebecca Messbarger Explains What A 14th-Century Italian Novel Teaches Us About Social Distancing

Professor Rebecca Messbarger Explains What A 14th-Century Italian Novel Teaches Us About Social Distancing

 Academe’s Shameful Neglect of Spanish, By Professor Ignacio Sánchez Prado

Academe’s Shameful Neglect of Spanish, By Professor Ignacio Sánchez Prado

Changing Narratives: WU Professor Ignacio Sánchez Prado Named Library of Congress Kluge Chair

Changing Narratives: WU Professor Ignacio Sánchez Prado Named Library of Congress Kluge Chair

Prof. Rebecca Messbarger's New Course Explores Seven Centuries of Dealing With Death in Italy

Prof. Rebecca Messbarger's New Course Explores Seven Centuries of Dealing With Death in Italy

Jarvis Thurston and Mona Van Duyn Professor in the Humanities Ignacio Sánchez Prado responds to 'American Dirt' in Washington Post article

Jarvis Thurston and Mona Van Duyn Professor in the Humanities Ignacio Sánchez Prado responds to 'American Dirt' in Washington Post article

A War With Words: How Spain’s Women Lobbied Against Slavery in Cuba

A War With Words: How Spain’s Women Lobbied Against Slavery in Cuba

Professor Harriet Stone publishes new book, Crowning Glories: Netherlandish Realism and the French Imagination during the Reign of Louis XIV

Professor Harriet Stone publishes new book, Crowning Glories: Netherlandish Realism and the French Imagination during the Reign of Louis XIV

Prof. Sánchez Prado Installed as Jarvis Thurston & Mona Van Duyn Professor in the Humanities

Prof. Sánchez Prado Installed as Jarvis Thurston & Mona Van Duyn Professor in the Humanities

Publication of Staging Frontiers by Professor William Acree.

Publication of Staging Frontiers by Professor William Acree.

New book from Almenara Press co-edited by Professor Elzbieta Sklodowska

New book from Almenara Press co-edited by Professor Elzbieta Sklodowska

Professor Rebecca Messbarger’s The Lady Anatomist Goes International!

Professor Rebecca Messbarger’s The Lady Anatomist Goes International!

Faculty publication: Unsettling Colonialism: Gender and Race in the Nineteenth-Century Global Hispanic World, by Akiko Tsuchiya

Faculty publication: Unsettling Colonialism: Gender and Race in the Nineteenth-Century Global Hispanic World, by Akiko Tsuchiya

Sigma Delta Pi inducts five new members

Sigma Delta Pi inducts five new members

Olin Acquires a Valuable Resource for French Studies

Olin Acquires a Valuable Resource for French Studies

Billy Acree receives the GSS Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award

Billy Acree receives the GSS Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award

Congratulations to Javier García-Liendo

Congratulations to Javier García-Liendo

Professor William Acree receives NEH Fellowship for his project on “The Creole Circus”

Professor William Acree receives NEH Fellowship for his project on “The Creole Circus”

Publication of Representing Mental Illness in Late Medieval France. Machines, Madness, Metaphor, by Professor Julie Singer

Publication of Representing Mental Illness in Late Medieval France. Machines, Madness, Metaphor, by Professor Julie Singer

Good Gaucho Gone Bad: The Creole Drama

Good Gaucho Gone Bad: The Creole Drama

Literatura en los Siglos XIX y XX, Antonio Saborit, Ignacio M. Sánchez Prado y Jorge Ortega (coordinadores)

Literatura en los Siglos XIX y XX, Antonio Saborit, Ignacio M. Sánchez Prado y Jorge Ortega (coordinadores)