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    260 room 252 READ MORE From Soviet Punk to Protest Fashions Creative Imperfections in Russia and Abroad Join us on May 20 at 5 15 in Room 252 of Building 260 for a lecture by Ellen Rutten of the University of Amsterdam READ MORE Bitter Laughter Spring 2015 Film Series The DLCL film series returns spring quarter with Join us every Wednesday at 7pm in Pigott Hall 113 Admission is free and open to the public READ MORE Joint Majors CS X The joint major is structured to let you thoughtfully explore and develop your own project at the intersection of Computer Science and literary and cultural studies Details can be found in the Stanford Bulletin and will be posted here soon READ MORE Translation Matters Applications in the 21st Century Read more for a complete list of speakers in this series For more information please contact Cintia Santana csantana stanford edu READ MORE Gateways to the World Course Offerings The Gateway to the World course offerings are now available for the 2014 2015 academic year If you are interested in enrolling please read more below READ MORE New Medieval Studies Minor Available The DLCL now offers an undergraduate minor in Medieval Studies READ MORE Translation Studies Minor The DLCL now offers its undergraduates a minor in Translation Studies Read more for detailed information and a list of requirements READ MORE What is the DLCL The Departments of Comparative Literature French and Italian German Studies Iberian and Latin American Cultures and Slavic Languages and Literatures and the Language Center are housed in the Division of Literatures Cultures and Languages Read more about DLCL GRADUATE ADMISSIONS FUNDING AND OPPORTUNITIES News All news Comparative Literature Humanities Digital Tools Features Lacuna Stories May 13 2015 French and Italian Lecturer Marie Pierre Ulloa Interviews

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    Program Events Contact Slavic Languages and Literatures About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact LANGUAGES Stanford Language Center Arabic Catalan French German Hebrew Italian Persian Portuguese Russian Spanish Turkish Yiddish Additional Languages PEOPLE Faculty Lecturers Graduate Students Undergraduates Graduate Alumni Undergraduate Alumni Visitors Administration COURSES PUBLICATIONS Faculty Publications Arcade Mantis Nuevo Texto Crítico Occasion Republic of Letters PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS Undergraduate Studies Graduate Studies Study Abroad RESEARCH Focal

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  • Departments | DIVISION OF LITERATURES, CULTURES, AND LANGUAGES
    Abroad RESEARCH Focal Groups Digital Humanities Humanities Education Philosophy and Literature Renaissances Workshop in Poetics Research Groups Closeness French Culture Workshop On Journalism Materia Screenwriting The Contemporary CMEMS Prospective Visitors You are here Home Departments Departments Comparative Literature About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact French and Italian About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact German Studies About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact Iberian and Latin American Cultures About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact Slavic Languages and Literatures About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact Departments The Division of Literatures Cultures and Languages DLCL is composed of five academic departments the Research Unit and its five Focal Groups and the Language Center which oversees language instruction at Stanford Each department in the division is distinguished by the quality and versatility of its faculty innovative approaches to cultural traditions and expressions and a wealth of resources for the mastery of languages Reflecting Stanford s commitment to academic excellence the DLCL provides a unique opportunity for students who wish to develop a deeper understanding of non English speaking cultures For students interested in study abroad

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  • Comparative Literature. About | DIVISION OF LITERATURES, CULTURES, AND LANGUAGES
    Graduate Students Undergraduates Graduate Alumni Undergraduate Alumni Visitors Administration COURSES PUBLICATIONS Faculty Publications Arcade Mantis Nuevo Texto Crítico Occasion Republic of Letters PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS Undergraduate Studies Graduate Studies Study Abroad RESEARCH Focal Groups Digital Humanities Humanities Education Philosophy and Literature Renaissances Workshop in Poetics Research Groups Closeness French Culture Workshop On Journalism Materia Screenwriting The Contemporary CMEMS Prospective Visitors You are here Home Departments Comparative Literature About Comparative Literature About Comparative Literature About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact French and Italian About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact German Studies About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact Iberian and Latin American Cultures About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact Slavic Languages and Literatures About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact COMPARATIVE LITERATURE ABOUT The Department of Comparative Literature differs from most national literature departments While it seeks to prepare its students for reading and research in the languages and histories of different societies and periods it is also dedicated to their critical and cultural analysis Literary theory in all its forms helps to break down the borders between national literary fields as well as

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  • Comparative Literature. People | DIVISION OF LITERATURES, CULTURES, AND LANGUAGES
    Persian Portuguese Russian Spanish Turkish Yiddish Additional Languages PEOPLE Faculty Lecturers Graduate Students Undergraduates Graduate Alumni Undergraduate Alumni Visitors Administration COURSES PUBLICATIONS Faculty Publications Arcade Mantis Nuevo Texto Crítico Occasion Republic of Letters PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS Undergraduate Studies Graduate Studies Study Abroad RESEARCH Focal Groups Digital Humanities Humanities Education Philosophy and Literature Renaissances Workshop in Poetics Research Groups Closeness French Culture Workshop On Journalism Materia Screenwriting The Contemporary CMEMS Prospective Visitors You are here Home Departments Comparative Literature People Comparative Literature People Comparative Literature About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact French and Italian About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact German Studies About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact Iberian and Latin American Cultures About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact Slavic Languages and Literatures About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact COMPARATIVE LITERATURE PEOPLE All Alumnus a Faculty Faculty by Courtesy Emeriti Faculty Lecturers Graduate Student Undergraduate Graduate Alumni Undergraduate Alumni Visitor Administration Faculty Vincent Barletta John Bender Russell Berman 19th and Early 20th Century German Literature 20th Century German Literature See all interests Margaret Cohen Amir Eshel Philosophical Approaches to Literature and the

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  • Comparative Literature. Courses | DIVISION OF LITERATURES, CULTURES, AND LANGUAGES
    Egon Morgan Idan Gillo Ilana Ruth Lohr Schmidt Ilja Gruen Indra Levy Inga Pierson Ingrid Fox Irene Corso Irina M Erman Irina Mickhaylovna Denischenko Irina Paperno Irina Reyfman Irina Shevelenko Irmela Marei Krüger Fürhoff Isabel Yi Shing Chang Isela Soto Issayas Tesfamariam Itai Farhi J Molitoris Jackee Bruno Jackie Chae Leen Kim Jaclyn A Kerr James A Fox James Daughton James Kozey James Oluoch Ollunga Jami Lin L Williams Jane Dozer Rabedeau Jara Dusatko Jasmine Sinian Hu Jason Cieply Jason Lewallen Jean Marie Apostolidès Jean Pierre Dupuy Jeannine Michelle Sherman Jenna Elizabeth Reback Jennifer Alexander Jennifer Kibler Jennifer Lee Casebeer Jennifer Lorys Tamas Jennifer Nicole Chernick Jennifer Silverman Jennifer Tennant Jens Pohlmann Jeronimo Ernesto Arellano Jesse Froehlich Jessica E Merrill Jessica Fishell Jessie Byron Ferguson Jinyi Chu Joan Ramon Resina Joanna Evans Jobst Welge Jocelyn Loftus Williams Jocelyn Whitson Jocelyne Andrea Mazariegos John Bender John Duncan John Felstiner John Tynan Burke Jon Levitow Jonathan Alexander Agins Jonathan Wurl Jordan Chin Jorge Ruffinelli Jorge Uribe Jose Carlos Fajardo José David Saldívar Josefina Guillen Joseph Patrick Mowell Josh Siegel Joshua Landy Joshua Sky Walker Joshua Stech Juan Gabriel Vásquez Juan Ochoa Judith Kalb Julia Noble Julie A Cassiday Julie Avril Minich Julie Sullivan Justin Calles Justin Green Justin Hulse Justine Lauren Thomas Ka Fai Yau Kaitlin Jolie Olson Kangmin Zeng Kara Sanchez Karen Ruoff Kramer Karen Sherwood Sotelino Karin Snider Portlock Karin Vaud Elliot Karina Alejandra Hodoyan Karl Heinz Bohrer Karol Berger Department of Music Kat Lewin Kate Radu Kate Sutton Katharine Louise Hanske Katherine Hagey Katherine Iwalani Kiyomi Kaneshiro Katherine Marie Arens Katherine Norton Vieh Katherine Taylor Katherine Victoria Li Katherine Vitz Katherine Weikel Katheryn Olene Potterf Kathryn Hume Kathryn Marie Elsbury Kathryn McQueen Kathryn Starkey Katia Pansa Katie Rose Hillegass Kazuko Busbin Keara Harman Keith Baker Kelly Engel Wells Kelton Luber Kelvin Smith Kenneth Lester Rafanan Kenneth Romeo Kevin Danna Kevin M F Platt Khalid Obeid Khalil Barhoum Kiera O Rourke Kim Atura Kimberly Gonzalez Kimberly Hsin yi Uilani Bento Kimberly Korinek Kirsten Elizabeth Rutschman Kiyomi Nakamura Kristen Jon Jones Kristin Alise Jones Kristin Boyce Kristin Rebien Kristopher Geda Kuan Zhang Kurt Müller Vollmer L Allen Sciutto Lakmali Jayasinghe Lanita Morgan Larisa Marie Lehmer Laura Besse Miron Laura Catherine Page Laura Drohan Laura Hendrickson Laura Marti Laura Stokes Department of History Laura Wittman Lauren Noell Turpin Lauren Parker Lazar Fleishman Le Tang LEANDRO FURTADO Leena Sunil Sanzgiri Leigh Marie Marshall Lena Mironciuc Lena Tahmassian Ligia Diniz LiHe Han Lilla Balint Linda Gail DeMichiel Linda Mai Green Linden Blue Lindsay Marie Dahms Lindsey Jean Smith Lisa Ann Villarreal Lisa Barge Lisa Nicole De Simone Lisa Robin Whitmore Lisa Solomon Lisa Surwillo Lorenzo Giachetti Loreto Catoira Lorraine Dee Hanley Luba Golburt Lucy Maddux Alford Ludmila Ershov Luis Landeros Luis Rodríguez Rincón Luke Parker Lutz P Koepnick Lynn Ellen Patyk Lyris Wiedemann Mackenzie Russell Madeline Clare McCartney Madeline Sacks Magdalena Guadalupe Maggie Oran Maia Penelope Draper Makeda Maggie Perryman Malcolm B Brown Marc A Weiner Marc Bertrand Marcela Delgado Marcela Junguito Camacho Marcelo

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  • Comparative Literature. News | DIVISION OF LITERATURES, CULTURES, AND LANGUAGES
    Program Events Contact German Studies About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact Iberian and Latin American Cultures About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact Slavic Languages and Literatures About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact COMPARATIVE LITERATURE NEWS Humanities Digital Tools Features Lacuna Stories May 13 2015 Humanities Digital Tools recently published a video clip featuring DLCL project Lacuna Stories an interactive academic online ecosystem developed by Comparative Literature and German Studies professor Amir Eshel MTL Ph D student Brian Johnsrud and DLCL Academic Technology Specialist Michael Widner Watch the clip here https www youtube com watch v 3JVu6n2SbCU feature youtu be Amir Eshel part of panel discussion on Technology in Teaching and Learning Apr 28 2015 After President John Hennessy s Annual Address to the Academic Council Technology in Teaching and Learning on April 30 2015 at 3 15PM Amir Eshel Edward Clark Crossett Professor of Humanistic Studies Professor of German Studies and director of the Department of Comparative Literature will be part of a panel discussion on the topic Stanford Humanities Center profiles Lacuna Stories Apr 24 2015 Lacuna Stories is a collaborative annotation platform that empowers students and instructors to engage with course materials and each other in innovative and meaningful ways Lacuna Stories is led by Amir Eshel and Brian Johnsrud and developed by the DLCL s Academic Technology Specialist Michael Widner For more information visit http www lacunastories com Congratulations to German and Comp Lit professor Amir Eshel on an award for Lacuna Stories Aug 15 2014 Please join me in congratulating German and Comparative Literature professor Amir Eshel along with MTL PhD Brian Johnsrud who have received an award from the Roberta Bowman Denning Initiative for the Lacuna Stories project Sepp Gumbrecht s How I

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  • Comparative Literature. Graduate Program | DIVISION OF LITERATURES, CULTURES, AND LANGUAGES
    Screenwriting The Contemporary CMEMS Prospective Visitors You are here Home Departments Comparative Literature Graduate Program Comparative Literature Graduate Program Comparative Literature About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact French and Italian About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact German Studies About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact Iberian and Latin American Cultures About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact Slavic Languages and Literatures About People Courses News Graduate Program Undergraduate Program Events Contact COMPARATIVE LITERATURE GRADUATE PROGRAM Contact Newsha Firoozye Davis Student Affairs Manager Pigott Hall Building 260 Room 127 650 724 9146 newshaf stanford edu Chair of Graduate Studies David Palumbo Liu Building 260 Room 229 650 725 4915 palumbo liu stanford edu More information Requirements and application procedure Prospective graduate students in the DLCL The Ph D program is designed for students whose linguistic background breadth of interest in literature and curiosity about the problems of literary scholarship and theory including the relation of literature to other disciplines make this program more appropriate to their needs than the Ph D in one of the individual literatures Students take courses in at least three literatures one may be that of the native language to be studied in the original The program is designed to encourage familiarity with the major approaches to literary study prevailing today Before starting graduate work at Stanford students should have completed an undergraduate program with a strong background in one literature and some work in a second literature studied in the original language Since the program demands an advanced knowledge of two non native languages and a reading knowledge of a third non native language students should at the time of application have an advanced enough knowledge of one of the three to

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