Professor Mary Nyquist has been awarded the Irene Samuel Memorial Prize for Milton and Questions of History: Essays by Canadians (UTP 2012).
Sylwia Chrostowska (PhD 2007) has just published Permission, a work of experimental non-fiction, with the Dalkey Archive Press. She has also published Literature on Trial: The Emergence of Critical Discourse in Germany, Poland & Russia, 1700-1800 (UT Press, 2012).
Professor John Zilcosky won a twelve-month National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) fellowship for his project, “The Concept of the ‘Uncanny’ in 20th-Century Austro-German Thought” (2013-2014).
Keavy Martin (PhD 2009) won the Gabrielle Roy Prize for the best book on Canadian Literature in English for her book on Inuit literary traditions Stories in a New Skin (Manitoba, 2012).
Professor Jill Ross was awarded a 12-month Jackman Fellowship to work on her project Comparative Medieval Rhetorics.
Professor Ann Komaromi has received a SSHRC Insight grant worth $123,341 to support her project Imagining the Underground: Looking at Soviet Dissidence Today
Professor Eric Cazdyn has been awarded a Mellon Foundation New Directions Fellowship for 2012-13 to pursue a project called "The Worldly Clinic".
Julija Šukys (PhD 2001) has just published Epistolophilia: Writing the Life of Ona Simaite with University of Nebraska Press.
Nadia Bozak (PhD 2008) has published The Cinematic Footprint: Lights, Camera, Natural Resources with Rutgers UP in 2011.
University of Alberta Press has published Recognition and Modes of Knowledge: Anagnorisis from Antiquity to Contemporary Theory edited by Teresa Russo, a collection of articles arising from the Comparative Literature graduate student conference of 2008.
Nizar F. Hermes (PhD 2009) published The [European] Other in Medieval Arabic Literature and Culture: Ninth-Twelfth Century AD with Palgrave in 2012
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