Comparative Literature
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Comparative Literature

The Comparative Literature program allows students to pursue a broad literary education that is informed by critical theory and knowledge of comparative methodologies. The study of comparative literature is flexible and interdisciplinary. It may involve art, music, politics, philosophy, history, anthropology and other fields.


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Keogh ’91 Named CEO of Volkswagen of America

Keogh-Scott--2041.jpg[1]Volkswagen Group of America announced that Scott Keogh ’91 will serve as the brand’s next president and CEO. As president of Audi of America since 2012, Keogh has been responsible…
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Patti Publishes on Multilingualism in Film

Res26307Assistant Professor of Media and Society Lisa Patti recently published the book, “The Multilingual Screen: New Reflections on Cinema and Linguistic Difference” (2016).  Co-edited with Tijana Mamula of John Cabot…
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Schull ’78 Revolutionizes Road Trips

Res26129With her startup, Cultural Roadmapp, founder and president Deborah Schull ’78 plans to transform the traditional road trip into an authentic personal experience, using GPS to illuminate local culture and…
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Hiser ’15 Awarded Berkeley Fellowship

Res24096Loren Hiser ’15 recently began a year-long fellowship with the Berkeley Repertory Theater, a national leader in innovative theatre. Upon completion of the fellowship, Hiser will begin working towards her…
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2015-16 Trias Writer-In-Residence: Mary Ruefle

Res24504Poet, essayist, and erasure artist Mary Ruefle joins the Hobart and William Smith Colleges community as the 2015-16 Trias Writer-in-Residence, leading workshops and mentoring the Colleges’ most dedicated and driven…
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