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Traverso Awarded Premio Pozzale Award In July 2014, Enzo Traverso’s most recent book, La fine della modernità ebraica. Dalla critica al potere (Feltrinelli, 2013), was awarded the Premio Pozzale Luigi Russo of the City of Empoli (Florence), one of the oldest Italian literary prizes, established in 1948. His award was shared with Sabino Cassese’s Governare gli Italiani (Il Mulino) and ... read more
Graduate Student, Yen Vu, accepts FLAS Summer Fellowship Congratulations to Yen Vu, graduate student in French, who has been awarded a competitive Southeast Asia Program Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Summer Fellowship to study Vietnamese at the Southeast Asian Studies Summer Institute at the University of Wisconsin! ... read more
2014 TA Awards Congratulations to this year’s winners of the Romance Studies Teaching Assistance Awards. For outstanding performance as a graduate teaching assistant with extraordinary dedication to teaching and to the support of peers, the first prize is awarded to Pauline Goul, and the two honorable mentions are Evan Foster and Edward Curran. Congratulations! ... read more
Bécquer Seguín Featured in The Spring 2014 LASA Forum Bécquer Seguín, a graduate student in Spanish, is featured in the Spring 2014 edition of the Latin American Studies Association Forum. LASA is the largest professional association in the world for individuals and institutions engaged in the study of Latin America. His essay can be found online at http://bit.ly/1eYiINM. Congratulatio ... read more
Bruno Bosteels Gives Keynote Address at Theory (in) Place: XXII Annual Graduate Conference On April 11 and 12, The Department of Latin American and Iberian Cultures at Columbia University and the Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures at New York University co-presented Theory (in) Place: XXII Annual Graduate Conference at Casa Hispánica with the keynote address by Bruno Bosteels, and guests Gayatri Spivak, Alessandra Russo, Gabriel G ... read more
Symposium to honor the late Miguel Ángel Balsa Marín “In Praise of Fragile Human Actions: A Symposium in Memory of Miguel Ángel Balsa Marín” will be held April 11-12, 2014. FRIDAY, April 11, Kaufmann Auditorium, Goldwin Smith Hall 5:00 pm: Welcome by Gerard Aching; 5:15 pm: Keynote address by Claudia Brodsky ( Professor of Comparative Literature, ... read more
A&S Now Offering: New Minor in Portuguese and Brazilian Studies The Portuguese and Brazilian studies minor is among five new minors in the College of Arts and Sciences. The new minor reflects the growing interest in Brazil among students, partly due to Brazil’s increased visibility in the media worldwide as an emerging economic and political power, says Ped ... read more
Bruno Bosteels joins Bolivian Vice-President for a public debate in La Paz Continuing debates initiated with Álvaro García Linera’s visit to Cornell in 2007, Professor Bruno Bosteels will join the Bolivian Vice-President and the Mexican intellectual Jorge Veraza for a public debate tomorrow in La Paz, Bolivia, on the occasion of Veraza’s new book, Las medidas geopolíticas del capitalismo (The Geopolitical Measures of C ... read more