Comparative Literature News

Jin Yun Chow, a Stanford Ph.D. candidate in comparative literature, credits finding her passion and academic success to good teachers and advisors.

2022 DLCL Commencement Address by Sarah Prodan, Assistant Professor of French and Italian.
Russell Berman, Professor of German Studies and Comparative Literature, has received a grant from Stanford HAI for an Ethics and AI Project.
Cécile Alduy, Professor of French Literature and Culture and Chair of the DLCL recently wrote an article regarding gender and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please click here for a message from French Literature and Culture Chair, Cécile Alduy, and a list of resources surrounding this issue.
Parwana Fayyaz, one of our Comparative Literature alumna, is the winner of the Forward Prize 2019.
Two DLCL undergraduates, Isabelle Carpenter and Clara Romani, have been named Hume Humanities Honors Fellows at the Stanford Humanities Center for the 2019-20 academic year.

The Department of Comparative Literature is considering applicatins for a tenure-track or Tenured faculty position.

Please join us in congratulating Professor José David Saldívar, the 2016 winner of the American Literature Society’s highest honor, the Jay B. Hubbell Medal.