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Keller’s Book “Ghostly Landscapes” Published Assistant Professor of Spanish Literature, Patty Keller, has published her book Ghostly Landscapes: Film, Photography, and the Aesthetics of Haunting in Contemporary Spanish Culture. Here is a link from University of Toronto Press about the book and more on the author: ... read more
Christina Soto van der Plas wins Hohendahl Prize We are delighted to announce that Christina Soto van der Plas, Ph.D. candidate in Spanish, has won the Peter Uwe Hohendahl Graduate Essay Prize in Critical Theory. In their citation, this year’s prize committee wrote that they were ... read more
Eddie Curran receives Cornell Council for the Arts project grant Eddie Curran, doctoral candidate in Spanish, has been awarded a project grant from the Cornell Council for the Arts to present an exhibition, “Requesting Me/Inviting You,” during the spring semester, linked to his dissertation on visual culture and featuring a series of photographic portraits of subjects inhabiting three kinds of space. Curran wrote that “th ... read more
Grad Student, Neal Allar, Awarded Naomi Schor Prize We are happy to announce that Graduate Student, Neal Allar was awarded the Naomi Schor Prize for “Best Essay Presented by a Graduate Student” at the 19th Century French Studies Conference held this year at Princeton. Congratulations to Neal on this tremendous achievement! ... read more
Migiel’s Newest Book Published Professor of Romance Studies and Department Chair, Marilyn Migiel, has published her newest book The Ethical Dimension of the “Decameron”. Here is a link from University of Toronto Press about the book and more on the author: http://www.utppublishing.com/Ethical-Dimension ... read more
Bättig von Wittelsbach Publishes Volume of Essays Senior Lecturer of Italian Language, K.E. Bättig von Wittelsbach has edited a volume of essays on Franco-Italian literary relations published in Florence, Italy by academic publisher Franco Cesati Editore (http://www.francocesatieditore.com/) ... read more
Garces to Give Keynote Address at Conference Our very own Professor of Hispanic Studies, Maria Antonia Garces, will be giving the keynote address at the “Don Quijote and the Mediterranean World” conference being held at the University of Texas-Austin. Congratulations, Maria Antonia! ... read more
Pedro Erber’s Book on two Best Seller Lists Pedro’s book, Breaching the Frame: The Rise of Contemporary Art in Brazil and Japan, is on both the Library Journal’s Asian History and Latin American Studies Best Sellers Lists. http://reviews.libraryjournal.com/2015/04/books/asian-history-april-2015-best-sellers/ and http://reviews.libraryjournal.com/2015/06/books/june-2015-latin-american-studie ... read more