Nyuol Matiok, PhD candidate made Forbes 30 under 30 list. Nyuol Lueth Tong, who immigrated to the U.S. from South Sudan, cofounded and serves as editor-in-chief of the Bare Life Review, a literary magazine that exclusively features the work of immigrant and refugee authors and was a 2019 finalist for the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses’ Firecracker Award for best new magazine.
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We are pleased to announce that our very own Ayten Tartici has been awarded the 2020 American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Emerging Voices Fellowship. In response to the severe economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the program is designed to identify and assist a vanguard of scholars whose voices, perspectives, and broad visions will strengthen institutions of higher education and humanistic disciplines in the years to come. Ayten will spend the
2020-21 academic year as a...
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We are proud to announce Shaj Mathew has won the New Literary History’s 2020 Ralph Cohen Prize. Click here to read the announcement. Shaj is elated and starts his new position as an Assistant Professor of English this fall at Trinity University, San Antonio.
Cheers to you Shaj!
We are delighted to announce that our alumna, Masha Shpolberg, will be starting as an Assistant Professor of Film Studies at UNC–Wilmington in Fall 2020.
Masha’s research focuses on global documentary and Russian and Eastern European cinema, with a special interest in feminist, ecological, and labor aesthetics. Her first book, Labor in Late Socialism: The Cinema of Polish Workers’ Unrest 1968-1981, argues that cinema played a crucial role in the formation of the Polish “Solidarity”...
Linday Stern, PhD student at Yale’s Comparative Literature Department and author of The Study of Animal Languages. A Novel, has published “What Can Bonobos Teach Us About the Nature of Language” in Smithsonian Magazine, July 2020. The essay tells the story of the paleontologist Sue Savage-Rumbaugh and her controversial work with primates at the Iowa Primate Learning Sanctuary at Des Moines in the years 2006 to 2013. See the article here.