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COMPARATIVE LITERATURE.NEWS

Oct 17, 2016
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.  The medal is sponsored by the American Literature Society, an allied organization of the Modern Language Association, and is awarded annually to one “scholar whose lifetime of scholarly work has significantly advanced the study of American literature.” More information, and a list of previous medal awardees can be found HERE. The medal will be presented at the 2017 Modern Language Association conference in Philadelphia....
May 13, 2015
Humanities + Digital Tools recently published a video clip featuring DLCL project Lacuna Stories, an interactive academic online ecosystem developed by Comparative Literature and German Studies professor Amir Eshel, MTL Ph.D student Brian Johnsrud, and DLCL Academic Technology Specialist Michael Widner. Watch the clip here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JVu6n2SbCU&feature=youtu.be
Apr 28, 2015
After President John Hennessy's Annual Address to the Academic Council: Technology in Teaching and Learning on April 30, 2015 at 3:15PM, Amir Eshel, Edward Clark Crossett Professor of Humanistic Studies, Professor of German Studies and director of the Department of Comparative Literature, will be part of a panel discussion on the topic.
Apr 24, 2015
"Lacuna Stories" is a collaborative annotation platform that empowers students and instructors to engage with course materials, and each other, in innovative and meaningful ways. Lacuna Stories is led by Amir Eshel and Brian Johnsrud and developed by the DLCL's Academic Technology Specialist Michael Widner. For more information, visit http://www.lacunastories.com/
Aug 15, 2014
Please join me in congratulating German and Comparative Literature professor Amir Eshel, along with MTL PhD Brian Johnsrud, who have received an award from the Roberta Bowman Denning Initiative for the Lacuna Stories project.

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