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Mary Jo Muratore publishes article, "Residual Voices or the Resonance of Postcolonial Silence"
Mary Jo Muratore's most recent article -- "The Art of Narrative Deferral: Madani's L'histoire peut attendre" -- has appeared in Neohelicon
SLLC hosting "Germany in Transit" cultural week 10/18-10/21
Mary Jo Muratore's book, Aux carrefours du labyrinthe. Narration et fragmentation chez Assia Djebar, Sabiha Khemir, Rachida Madani, published
Megan Moore's book, The Erotics of Grief, published
Adriana Méndez Rodenas publishes article, "Mapping Colonial Havana: La Condesa de Merlin’s Voyage of Return"
Timothy Langen's co-edited book, Reading Backwards: An Advance Retrospective on Russian Literature, published
Adriana Méndez to speak on "Transculturated Poetics: La tumba francesa and Cuban Cultural Identity"
SLLC faculty featured in Mizzou celebration of publishing
Megan Moore publishes article "Medieval Emotions and Posthuman Subjectivities: Cyborgs and Desire"
Congratulations to Dr. Webster, SLLC PhD in French!
French student Megan DeGunia to serve as A&S graduation marshal
Seth Howes wins MU's Outstanding Director of Grad Studies Award
Documentary work of Juanamaria Cordones-Cook featured on prime-time program Dialogo Abierto
SLLC Spanish PhD student Leo Montes Alvarez chosen to attend National Humanities Center Seminar
Mary Jo Muratore awarded Prix d'excellence by European book series L'Orizzonte
Marcel Tchatchou & Milena Rondon awarded SLLC Carrie Wilkins Fellowships in Romance Languages
SLLC graduate Dr. Seth Compaore named finalist for ACLS Emerging Voices Fellowship
Prof. Brad Prager named A&S Professor of the Year
Mary Jo Muratore's "Les résonances du silence postcolonial" to be published in Studi di Letteratura Francese
Adriana Méndez invited to contribute to the Cambridge History of Cuban Literature
Juanamaria Cordones-Cook to give keynote at King's College online conference, "Out of the Wings"
SLLC graduate completes PhD in Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis
Joseph Otabela publishes chapter entitled "¿Puede hablar el subalterno?"
Afro-Romance Institute lectures for Black History Month: "Should the Rosa Parks House Remain in Europe? Locating the Black Family Across the Atlantic"
Erick Blandón's work on Caribbean Afro-descendant communities celebrated in several publications
Afro-Romance Institute lectures for Black History Month
Brad Prager's edited anthology receives glowing review
Mary Jo Muratore founds and directs new scholarly monograph series
Spanish PhD student Milena Rondón featured as GPS “Student of the Week”
SLLC student Elijah Brown is A&S Graduation Marshall
Dawn Heston publishes Intermediate Spanish textbook, Perspectivas
SLLC PhD student Leo Alvarez honored as GPC's grad student of the week
Daniel Sipe publishes article in French Studies
SLLC hosts roundtable on Decolonizing our Curricula
Students learn and win prizes in Italian spelling bee
SLLC Spanish faculty Dr. Dawn Heston & Rosa Morales interviewed about Bilingual Boom in Vox
Mar Soría publishes “La subversión de la basura: la ciudad abyecta en El cubo de la basura (1951) de Alfonso Sastre y Mi vida en la basura (1955) de Ángeles Villarta”
Mary Jo Muratore has published the first English translation (with introductory essay) of Rachida Madani's novel, The Story Can Wait (L'histoire peut attendre)
Mar Soria publishes Geographies of Urban Female Labor and Nationhood in Spanish Culture
Juanamaria Cordones-Cook published Handmade in Cuba: Rolando Estévez and the Beautiful Books of Ediciones Vigía
Allen Thiher, Professor emeritus, published Reform for an Enlightenment Education
Juanamaria Cordones-Cook published Before a Mirror: The City
Adriana Méndez Rodenas has a forthcoming essay entitled, “Mapping Colonial Havana: La Condesa de Merlin's Voyage of Return”
Martha Kelly (Assoc. Prof. of Russian Studies) participated in Columbia’s One Read program
Megan Moore publishes edited volume on Gender in the Premodern Mediterranean
Reading Celebrates Poetry by GRS Professor Huichung Liang
GRS student to be 2021 Fulbright Young Professional Journalist
Congratulations to our graduating Russian majors!