I’m delighted to let you know about my new book, Arab Women’s Revolutionary Art. Between Singularities and Multitudes in which I explore the ways women in the contemporary Middle East and North Africa have re-imagined revolutionary discourses through creativity and collective …
Professor Jan Miernowski receives the Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award
Professor Jan Miernowski is the recipient of the Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award! He is among the 12 UW-Madison faculty recognized for excellence in teaching in 2023. Congratulations, Professor Miernowski! Pictures …
Eight projects receive Library Collections Enhancement Initiative awards
Eight projects receive Library Collections Enhancement Initiative awards! Congratulations to Anne Vila and the team.
Josh Armstrong receives a 2022 Summer Humanities Research Fellowship
Josh Armstrong has received a 2022 Summer Humanities Research Fellowship (SHRF) at the Institute for Research in the Humanities
Heather Allen receives a 2022 Summer Humanities Research Fellowship
Heather Allen has received a 2022 Summer Humanities Research Fellowship (SHRF) at the Institute for Research in the Humanities to work on her book project “A Design Orientation to Second Language Writing Instruction.” She is …
A Library Collections Enhancement Award has been granted to the project “Critical Editions/Addition for the French and Italian Collections, 12th to 20th centuries,” July 1 2022-June 30, 2023
This Library Collections Enhancement project will enhance access for UW-Madison researchers in the humanities and social sciences to recent critical reeditions of important primary works by major French and Italian authors from the Early Modern …
Ritt Deitz commissioned as a Kentucky Colonel
Last month, French Teaching Faculty and Kentucky native Ritt Deitz was commissioned as a Kentucky Colonel by Governor Andy Beshear. Founded in 1813, the commission is the highest title of honor bestowed by the Commonwealth …
Senior Lydia Nyachieo named Marshall Scholar, one of country’s top undergraduate honors
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!