Lydia Nyachieo, who is pursing a French Certificate alongside her double major in International Studies and Philosophy and her African Studies Certificate, was named Marshall Scholar, one of the country’s top undergraduate honors. Félicitations Lydia!
New Publication from Associate Professor Nevine El Nossery: “Egypt in focus: creativity in adversarial contexts”
Nevine El Nossery (associate professor in the Department of French & Italian) co-edited a special issue with Shereen Abouelnaga of the Journal of the African Literature Association (JALA): “Egypt in focus: creativity in adversarial contexts“. The issue is …
Professor Bousquet appointed as “Consul honoraire”
Professor Gilles Bousquet has been appointment as “Consul honoraire de France pour le Wisconsin.” Félicitations, Gilles!
Day of the Badger a success for French & Italian
The Day of the Badger fundraising campaign was a success for French & Italian. The one-day event brought in $2,450 in donations from 29 total donors. A special thank you to all who contributed on …
L&S website for college and departmental resources related to the Chauvin verdict
On April 20, the guilty verdict was announced in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin week. The College of Letters & Science and its departments, centers and institutes are developing resources for …
Sarah Gamalinda: 2021-2022 Mellon Public Humanities Fellowship
Bravo to Sarah Gamalinda who has received the 2021-2022 Mellon Public Humanities Fellowship. Congratulations Sarah!
Maggie Hughes: Winner of 2020-2021 a Campus-Wide TA Award
The Campus-Wide TA Award Committee has selected Maggie Hughes as a winner of a 2020-2021 Campus-Wide TA Award. This selection from among the field of outstanding nominees speaks to her impressive contribution to the educational …
Review of Ernesto Livorni’s book, T. S. Eliot, Eugenio Montale e la modernità dantesca
A review of Ernesto Livorni’s book in the Times Literary Supplement, a prestigious weekly magazine published in London.
Conversations with Dante in our time with Jelena Todorovic and Beatrice Arduini – Canto per Canto
Purgatorio, Canto 20 – That Damned Wolf. Again: A conversation with Jelena Todorovic and Beatrice Arduini Presented by Jelena Todorovic and Beatrice Arduini. For more information on this collaborative initiative, visit Dante Society of America.
European Studies offers FLAS fellowships
Funded by the US Department of Education, the prestigious Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) fellowships help undergraduate and graduate students increase their expertise in area studies while developing their language skills. Fellowships are available …