Dr. Christopher Nealon was interviewed as part of GMU’s Cultural Studies colloquium series in Spring 2022. This interview, which focuses on his current research, was recently released as a podcast […]
Department News Archive
6th Year PhD student, Aditya Bahl, has been selected as the 2021-2022 Baisley fellow*, given in recognition of his dissertation work and publication record for the national and international press. […]
A video blog (VLOG) by Sixth-year PhD Candidate, Samanda Robinson, has been featured by the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Youtube channel. This video chronicles a typical day for […]
Sixth-year PhD Candidate, Samanda Robinson, was recently published in The Routledge Companion to Literature of the U.S. South as a contributing author. As the publisher states, “The Routledge Companion to […]
Professor Mark Christian Thompson’s new book is now available from Stanford University Press. You can read more about it on our Faculty Books page.
Aditya has been awarded a Junior Fellowship from the American Institute of Indian Studies. The announcement can be found here. As you will see, the information on Aditya’s award is […]
The Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry has published a discussion forum on Jeanne-Marie Jackson’s latest book, The African Novel of Ideas. It includes responses to the book by Cajetan […]
Alumnus Rachel Schnalzer ’15 has successfully built a career in travel and writing. She's the audience engagement editor at the Los Angeles Times, where she writes the Escapes travel newsletter, lives in Germany and works remotely. Read more about her work in the Spring 2022 issue of Arts & Sciences Magazine.
Mark Christian Thompson, author of ‘Phenomenal Blackness: Black Power, Philosophy, and Theory’ in conversation with Tobi Haslett.
Professor Jeanne-Marie Jackson, alongside Omedi Ochieng, recently took part in a new YouTube series “African Philosophy Conversations,” hosted by Bruce Janz.