Comparative Literature NEWS
Patti Publishes on Multilingualism in Film
Assistant 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 University, "The Multilingual Screen" is the first edited volume to offer a wide-ranging exploration of the place of multilingualism in cinema.
The book, published by Bloomsbury Academic,...
Schull '78 Revolutionizes Road Trips
With 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 landmarks along the drive. The app -- the first of its kind that is hands-free --provides context via interviews with experts, actors reading poetry and drama, humorous material, and performances...
2015-16 Trias Writer-In-Residence: Mary Ruefle
Poet, 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 student writers.
"Mary Ruefle is an extraordinarily talented poet, artist, and teacher," says Kathryn Cowles, assistant professor of English and Comparative Literature and director of ...
Hiser '15 Awarded Berkeley Fellowship
Loren 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 master's degree in arts management at the Carnegie Mellon Heinz School of Public Policy.
"Getting the fellowship with Berkeley Repertory was the dream," says Hiser, an English and comparative lit...
Trias Welcomes Brenda Sieczkowski
Noted poet and writer Brenda Sieczkowski will join the Trias Residency for Writers on Thursday, April 30, as the final reader of the spring Trias-in-Residency Reading Series. Sieczkowski will read at 7:30 p.m. in the Blackwell Room in Demarest Hall.
Sieczkowski arrives at HWS from Omaha, Neb., where she lives, works and writes. She has written for numerous print and online journals, including The...