Nathan Young left for Turkey on February 1st for six months of fieldwork in Ankara. He says: "I am researching instances and means by which some Turks maintain connection to their alleged villages and places of origin through various nostalgia projects.
Amy Shuman has two new publications. First, with Katharine Young, “The Body as Medium: a Phenomenological Approach to the Production of affect in Narrative” in Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Narrative, ed. Zara Dinnen and Robyn Warhol pp 399-416.
Join us in congratulating Jordan Lovejoy, who passed her qualifying exams today with flying colors and will be heading to southern West Virginia for fieldwork in January. We thank the committee--Katey Borland (advisor and chair), Amy Shuman, Tommy Davis, and Dorry Noyes—for their insi
Two CFS PhD students, Tessa Jacobs and one anonymous, were granted the Global Arts and Humanities Discovery Fellowship!
Dr. Mark Bender, professor and chair of the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures, was featured in the November 28, 2018 News & Updates from the College of Arts and Sciences.