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Meyer receives HOPE Award

Imke Meyer, Professor of Germanic Studies, was awarded the HOPE (Honoring Our Professors’ Excellence) Award. Started in 2015, the HOPE awards are presented by Campus Housing to recognize faculty who have made a…

Karen Underhill featured in Encounters with Polish Literature

Karen Underhill, Associate Professor of Polish, was recently interviewed as part of the Polish Cultural Institute New York’s “Encounters with Polish Literature,” a monthly video series in English “for anyone interested in literature…

New translation and edition by John Ireland

Congratulations to John Ireland, Associate Professor and Head of French and Francophone Studies, whose translation and critical edition of Algerian playwright Noureddine Aba’s La Récréation des clowns (Clowns at Play) has just been…

Lisa James receives Provost’s Graduate Internship Award

Lisa James, PhD candidate in Hispanic Studies, has received the Provost’s Graduate Internship Award for Summer 2021. Lisa will be working with LAS’s Office of Recruitment and Engagement under the direction of Justin…

2021 Sweetser Prize awarded to Demski

The Department of French and Francophone Studies is delighted to announce the winner of this year’s Marie-Odile Sweetser Prize for excellence in French Studies: Charlotte Demski. The Sweetser Prize is awarded annually to…

Young Kim reflects on American multilingualism in Newsweek op-ed

Young Richard Kim, associate professor and head of Classics and Mediterranean Studies and associate professor of History, recently published an op-ed piece with Newsweek. In it he writes about multilingualism in American culture…