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Educating the Imagination: Northrop Frye, Past, Present, and Future, edited by Alan Bewell, Neil ten Kortenaar, and Germaine Warkentin has been published by McGill-Queens UP. This collection emerged from the 2012 centenary conference organized by the Centre for Comparative Literature and the … Continue reading
Jonathan Allan’s new book, Reading from Behind: A Cultural Analysis of the Anus, will be released from U. Regina Press on March 4. Professor Allan is Canada Research Chair in Queer Theory and Associate Professor in Gender and Women’s Studies and English … Continue reading
Daniel Perry’s newest book of short stories, Hamburger, will be published by Thistledown Press in May 2016. Daniel completed his MA at the Centre in 2007.
Congratulations to Professor John Zilcosky, who has won a SSHRC Connection Grant for the upcoming 9th Annual Toronto German Studies Symposium, entitled “Sports: Allure and Ethics”.
Professor Atsuko Sakaki has been offered a Visiting Professorship at the University of Tokyo’s Department of Comparative Literature and Culture.
Professor Rebecca Comay has won the 2016-17 Jackman Humanities Institute Faculty Research Fellowship for for her project on ‘Arrhythmia of Spirit: Hegel and Interminable Analysis.’
Professor Barbara Havercroft has been chosen as the International Visiting Fellow for 2015/16 at the Society for French Studies, the oldest and largest association in the UK and Ireland, actively representing the interests of scholars and students of French in Higher … Continue reading
Professor Atsuko Sakaki has published her new book The Rhetoric of Photography in Modern Japanese Literature. Brill’s Japanese Studies Library, October 2015.
Lauren Lydic, co-editor. “Le silence et la parole au lendemain des guerres yougoslaves.” Limoges: Presses Universitaires de Limoges, 2015.
Professor Pia Kleber, has been named to the Officer’s Cross of the Order of Merit of Germany, that country’s highest honour.