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The Second Annual Guerrilla-Style Performance and Theory Bake-off, cosponsored by Comparative Literature and the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, is now live on youtube.

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

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