Comparative Literature

Lecture by Xiaohu Feng: 'Germanistik in China'

Date: 
Thursday, 12 February 2009 - 6:15pm
This talk will address the history of the study of Germany and German literature in China. German academic life has developed considerable ties to China, while the greatest number of applicants to the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation come from China. Most German universities and research centers have ties to China.

Talk will be given in German language.

Sponsored by the Departments of Comparative Literature and German Studies
Questions? email comparativelit@stanford.edu

Lecture by Soren Frank: 'Four Steps Toward a Literature of Migration'

Date: 
Wednesday, 15 October 2008 - 1:00pm

We live in an age of migration and during the 20th century literary history saw an increase in the number of authors having migrant backgrounds. In this lecture we will discuss the distinctiveness of literature written by migrants proposing, however, that we should pay more concern to the works’ thematic and formal design than to authorial background. This entails a conceptual shift from migrant literature to migration literature, and it ultimately opens up the possibility that non-migrants living in an age of migration can produce migration literature.

Alumna Na'ama Rokem wins The Bradley Rubidge Memorial Dissertation Award

25 Jun 2008

Comparative Literature Alumna, Na'ama Rokem, will receive the Bradley Rubidge Memorial Dissertation Award for her work entitled "Prosaic Conditions: Writing in the Modern Mode from Hegel to Bialik". This award is bestowed by the Department of Comparative Literature to the most outstanding finished dissertation every two years.

We congratulate Rokem on her excellent work and thank her for her significant contribution to academia.

Conference: ''Turning Points': Shock and Introspection'

Date: 
Friday, 30 April 2010 - 6:00pm
“TURNING POINTS”: SHOCK AND INTROSPECTION
4TH Annual Graduate Student Conference
Department of Comparative Literature, Stanford University
April 30-May 1, 2010
Location: Levinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities Center


Schedule of Proceedings
FRIDAY, April 30th

Graduate Conference: Corruption in Modern Literature and Theory

Date: 
Friday, 4 April 2008 - 10:00am
Date: 
Saturday, 5 April 2008 - 10:00am
Location: 
550-550A

2nd Annual Graduate Student Conference

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