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Video of the talk: Sharing One Harvard: Susan Suleiman in Conversation with Mohsen Mostafavi at the Graduate School of Design

March 9, 2017

We are pleased to be able to share the video of last week's presentation by Professor Susan R. Suleiman, C. Douglas Dillon Professor of the Civilization of France and Professor of Comparative Literature, at the Graduate School of Design as part of the 'Sharing One Harvard' series: Mohsen Mostafavi with Susan Suleiman on...

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BOK award

Congratulations to all the Comp Lit recipients of a Fall 2016 Teaching Award from the BOK Center

March 7, 2017

Please join us in congratulating all the recipients of a Fall 2016 Teaching Award from the Bok Center in the Department of Comparative Literature!

Lecturer Certificate of Excellence
Cécile Guédon - COMPLIT 119: Poetry in Flux– Dance Afoot

Graduate Students TFs Certificates of Distinction
Daniel Behar - ENG 190WE: David Foster Wallace
Marina Connelly - CULTBLF 53: Sacred and Secular...

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Soviet Daughter

'Soviet Daughter: A Graphic Revolution': Comp Lit Grad Student Julia Alekseyeva publishes autobiographical graphic novel.

February 2, 2017

Soviet Daughter provides a window into the life of a rebellious, independent woman coming of age in the USSR, and the impact of her story and her spirit on her American great-granddaughter, two extraordinary women swept up in the history of their tumultuous times. 

Soviet Daughter is the story of...

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2016 IWL, Harvard: Homi Bhabha's Keynote Lecture, and David Damrosch's and Gisèle Sapiro's Plenary Talks Now on Video!

August 8, 2016

Homi Bhabha's Keynote Lecture, and David Damrosch's and Gisèle Sapiro's plenary talks are now available on video here. Don't miss Homi Bhabha's discussion of redefining the body and rewriting history through a new concept inspired by Benjamin's smallness: "the diurnal," in "The Internal Emigrant: or, Who is at Home in the Humanities?"; David Damrosch's “What Isn’t World Literature? Problems of Language, Context, and Politics," and Gisèle Sapiro's, “Authorship in Transnational Perspective: World...

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