Juliet Lapidos, Literature Major 2005 had a Gates Cambridge fellowship has published an academic novel.
by Juliet Lapidos
ONE OF THE MOST ANTICIPATED BOOKS OF 2019 — LitHub, The Millions, Thrillist, Entertainment Weekly
In this “deliciously funny, sharp, and sincere (Helen Oyeyemi)” debut, a young graduate student writing about–and desperately searching for–inspiration stumbles upon it in the unlikeliest of places.
Anna Brisker is a twenty-nine-year-old graduate student in...
Everything is Yours, Everything is Not Yours
April 12, 2016 by Clemantine Wamariya, Elizabeth Weil
Clemantine Wamariya, who at age six fled the Rwandan genocide with her sister, spent seven years wandering central Africa as a refugee, eventually coming to the United States and succeeding by every conventional marker. Judges called the piece “clear-eyed,” “tremendously insightful,” and “gracefully and honestly told.” Originally published by Matter in June, 2015.
True to Life: An Interview with Martin Hägglund
Jacobin’s Meagan Day spoke to Hägglund about Karl Marx, C. S. Lewis, St Augustine, Martin Luther King Jr, and how democratic socialism — not liberal capitalism — can fulfill our shared commitment to the values of freedom and democracy.
See full interview here.
THE THERON ROCKWELL FIELD PRIZE
was awarded to
Alice Yang, B.A. 2019, Literature and Comparative Cultures
for her senior essay
“Abounding Freedom: A Collection of Prose Poetry by
Julien Gracq, Translated from the French by Alice Yang”
The Theron Rockwell Field Prize is given for “a poetic, literary, or religious work” of scholarship. The award was established in 1957 by Emilia R. Field in memory of her husband, Theron Rockwell Field, 1889S.
The idea of eternity, Martin Hägglund argues, destroys meaning and value.
See the review here.
Our PhD candidate, Pelin Kivrak has won a Postdoctoral Fellowship at Harvard University’s Mahindra Humanities Center. It is a one-year postdoctoral fellowship in connection with the Center’s Andrew W. Mellon Foundation seminar on the topic of migration and the humanities.
Migration plays as critical a role in the moral imagination of the humanities as it does in shaping the activist vision of humanitarianism and human rights. Too often, the humanities are summoned merely as witnesses to...
Moira Fradinger is awarded the Berlin Prize. She will spend Spring 2020 in Germany. The full story was published in the Yale News.
Congratulations to you Professor Fradinger!