Yael Kenan wins 2016 Horst Frenz Prize for "'Dialogue in Monologue' -- Addressing Darwish in Hebrew"
Congratulations to Leigh Korey, who has been awarded the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Prize by the Rackham Graduate School!
Congratulations Comparative Literature Department Chair, Yopie Prins's Ladies' Greek: Victorian Translations of Tragedy, winner of NAVSA's Best Book of the Year!
Congratulations Sahin Acikgoz, a 2019 recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Awards!
Karen Jallatyan, Manoogian Postdoctoral Fellow, organizes panel for the MLA International Symposium in Lisbon
Link to CSEAS lecture featuring Marlon James Sales, Postdoctoral Fellow in Critical Translation Studies
Antoine Traisnel published new book, Capture, American Pursuits and the Making of a New Animal Condition
Literati Bookstore hosts discussion with Silke-Maria Weineck and Stefan Szymanski, co-authors of "City of Champions: A History of Triumph and Defeat in Detroit"
Mellon Sawyer Seminar: Jewish Multilingualism in the Midwest: Yiddish Translations of Urban Experience
Antoine Traisnel writes in the Chronicle of Higher Education: "No, American Academe is Not Corrupting France"
Congratulations to Audrey Tieman and her instructor Lis Fertig on Sweetland First-Year Writing Prize
Comp Lit Alum Ronit Ricci receives Honorable Mention for the third Emerging Scholars Prize in the Humanities
Please join us in congratulating five Comparative Literature students who completed their PhD in the summer of 2021!
Translation for the Community: U Michigan celebrates Tenth Annual Translate-a-Thon (October 1-2, 2021)
Translation and Migration: A Virtual Conversation with Karla Cornejo Villavicencio (3pm on October 1, 2021)
CompLit welcomes Marlon James Sales as the 1st Postdoctoral Fellow in Critical Translation Studies for 2019-2021
Visualizing Translation: Homeland and Heimat in Detroit and Dortmund Photojournalism Exhibit Launches
Congratulations to Dr. Karla Mallette for winning MLA's Scaglione Prize for Comparative Literary Studies
Congratulations to Catherine Brown Catherine was chosen for an award from the Associate Professor Support Fund in recognition of her brilliant work.
Sayan Bhattacharyya (Comp Lit alumni) accepted a post-doctoral fellowship at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Christopher Davis (Phd in Comparative Literature, University of Michigan) is named 2012 ACLS New Faculty Fellow
Author's Forum Presents: Dear Edward: Family Footprints: A Conversation with Paul Weinberg & Daniel Herwitz
Through a Glass, Darkly: Medievalism and Racial Inversion in The House Behind the Cedars and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court
Book Launch of Heritage, Culture and Politics in the Postcolony by Daniel Herwitz (in conversation with Pippa Skotnes)
Translation Theme Semester-The War of Translation and the Friendship Among Languages: American English, Colonial Education and Tagalog Slang 1920s-1970s
Translation Theme Semester: Censorship in Translation: Panel Discussion with Nigel Poor, Christi Merrill, et al.
North Quad Translation Mondays: The Silk Stamen and Pistil Three Ways to Rethink the Meaning of Sound in Translation
Translation Theme Semester-STORY, SENTENCE, SINGLE WORD: Translation Paradigms in Javanese and Malay Islamic Literature
Translation Theme Semester: New Ways to Engage Students in Interdisciplinary Learning: Pedagogies of Translation
Women Visualizing Africa Film Series: Double Feature Documentary: La femme invisible (The Invisible Woman) (Franco-Cameroonian, 2009)<br>Film: Calypso at Dirty Jim’s (Franco-Cameroonian, 2010)
Critical Theory Concerning Cultural Production of African Literature and Cinema: Comparisons Across Borders