NEWS & EVENTS
Robyn Cope (PhD '12) began her new position as Assistant Professor of French at SUNY Binghampton this fall.
On April 11, 2014, Marda Messay defended her dissertation: "Unlocking the Voices of Child Soldiers in Sub-Saharan African Novels, Films, and Autobiographies."
Over the summer, Molly O'Brien (MA Student) studied at the Institut d'Etudes Françaises d'Avignon.
Dr. Yanning Wang, Assistant Professor of Chinese, published: Reverie and Reality: Poetry on Travel by Late Imperial Chinese Women (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014). "This book is an important contribution to the scholarship on traditional Chinese women’s poetry" (Wilt Idema, Harvard University).
Dr. Christian Weber, Assistant Professor of German, published : Die Logik der Lyrik: Goethes Phänomenologie des Geistes in Gedichten (Freiburg i.B.: Rombach Verlag, 2014). "This book explores Goethe’s so-called ‘hymns of genius’ as a lyric cycle. Read as one poetic unit, these poems reveal a theoretical ambition that rivals Hegel’s phenomenological investigation of the spirit and complements Kant’s Critique of Judgment with a critique of the imagination”.
Dr. Juan Carlos Galeano published Cuentos amazónicos (Iquitos, Perú: Tierra Nueva Editores, 2014, 4th edition). “Juan Carlos Galeano is an amazing poet and storyteller. These folktales from Amazonia are thick with cosmographic imagery and communicate the perspectives of the inhabitants of this vital region on planet Earth” (Mark Bender, Ohio State University)
Dr. Juan Carlos Galeano read from his works at “Sonidos amazónicos: An Evening of Colombian Music and Poetry” at the Bard Graduate Center in New York City on Thursday May 29.
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