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Professor Eva-Lynn Jagoe has been chosen as the winner of 2018 F.E.L. Priestley Prize for the best essay published in the journal English Studies in Canada. Her essay, “Depersonalized Intimacy: The Cases of Sherry Turkle and Spike Jonze,” was deemed by … Continue reading
Professor Ann Rigney, University of Utrecht, a Complit Alumna, has been awarded 2.5 million euros by the European Research Council for her project on The Cultural Memory of Protest in Europe. … ANN RIGNEY Prof. Ann Rigney is professor of Comparative Literature at … Continue reading
Professor Sarah Dowling will be joining the Centre for Comparative Literature and Victoria College as Assistant Professor in January, 2019. More info about Prof. Downling .
Daniel Perry’s second book of short stories, Nobody Looks That Young Here, will be published on April 1 by Guernica Editions. Daniel completed his MA at the Centre in 2007.
“The Prague School Today: Rethinking Performance in Contemporary Context” University of Toronto (March 23-24, 2018) Emmanuel College, Room 302 75 Queen’s Park Crescent, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 1K7 Organizer: Andrés Pérez-Simón (U of Cincinnati). Conference volunteers: Braxton Boyer, Anna Paliy and … Continue reading
Professor John Zilcosky has been elected the recipient of a Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award. The Bessel award is conferred in recognition of lifetime achievements in research. It is awarded to mid-career scholars (up to 18 years after the PhD … Continue reading
Tome II: La nouvelle culture (1480–520) sous direction de Eva Kushner, University of Toronto. La nouvelle culture (1480-1520) vient compléter la sous-série Renaissance de l’ « Histoire comparée des littératures de langues européennes », ce qui ne nuit en rien à sa vocation unique; … Continue reading
COL 1000H FACULTY SEMINAR: THE BASIS FOR COMPARISON Coordinator: U. Esonwanne Time: Fall term, Fridays, 1-4 COL1000H is a general introduction to Comparative Literature, to contemporary theory, and to criticism. Its purpose is to offer all incoming MA and PhD students with some … Continue reading
Professor John Ricco will be a fellow at the Jackman Humanities Institute in 2015-16, where he will be working on a project called “The Collective Afterlife of Things.”
COL 1000H FACULTY SEMINAR: THE BASIS FOR COMPARISON Coordinator: U. Esonwanne Time: Fall term, Fridays, 2-4 This course is a general introduction to the field of comparative literature, to contemporary theory, and to modern approaches to literary texts. It involves the … Continue reading