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The Comparative Literature Program and the Departments of French and Italian, and of Germanic, Slavic and Semitic Studies, will host a reception and introduce new graduate students and visiting faculty.

Katherine Kelp-Stebbins (2012-2013 Lead TA) will conduct a TA-training workshop on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, 1:00-2:30pm in Phelps 5309; 2:50-4:00pm in Phelps 6320.

The Center for Portuguese Studies and the Comparative Literature Program present Isabel Gil (Catholic University of Portugal, Lisbon): "The Risk Doctrine. Modernism, Fernando Pessoa and Big Business".

Lecture: “Passion and Performance: Staging Emotion in Medieval Japan ”
Thomas Hare, Comparative Literature, Princeton University 5pm, McCune Conference Room, HSSB

Job workshop and professional development with Prof. Rebecca Mitchell, Department of English, The University of Texas-Pan American.

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