Oct. 14, 2015—An essay by Susan Kevra was just published in Asian American Literature: Discourses & Pedagogies, “From Raw to Cooked: Amy Tan’s “Fish Cheeks” through a Lévi-Straussian Lens.”
An essay on the state of the profession in the humanities by William Franke newly published in Diacritics.
Sep. 24, 2015— Read Professor Franke’s essay, “Professional Dantology and the Human Significance of Dante Studies.” https://muse.jhu.edu/journals/diacritics/v042/42.4.franke.html#resp02
Elsa Filosa was named the Harvard University Center’s Andrew W. Mellon Fellow for 2015-16, a Villa I Tatti Fellowship for research on the Italian Renaissance
Jul. 27, 2015— Elsa Filosa, Andrew W Mellon Fellow Boccaccio and the Florentine Coup (1360-61) 2015-2016 The Harvard University Center awards fifteen Villa I Tatti Fellowships annually, each for twelve months, for post-doctoral research in any aspect of the Italian Renaissance from the 14th to the 17th century. Fellows live in the Florence area and have...