‘Comparative Literature’ Category

Ursula Lindqvist

“It’s why I teach, because really it means I get to be a student for life.” What are your areas of research and teaching expertise? Nordic colonialisms and postcolonial studies, comparative literature, Swedish/Gustavus settler history, Indigenous relations, global Nordic cinema, Swedish language and literature, diversity and social change in the global North¬† What is your […]

Carlos Mejia Suarez

“My classroom revolves around the idea of communicating with each other, sharing ideas, and building on them according to negotiation of meaning and value systems.” What are your areas of research and teaching expertise? Latin American literature, Colombian contemporary novel, Peace Justice and Conflict Studies, Masculinity in Latin American cultural production, Creative Writing in Spanish […]

Sharon Marquart

“I believe that the dynamics at work in contexts such as the classroom can help to construct more equitable and diverse communities outside of academic settings.” What are your areas of research and teaching expertise? French and Francophone Literature, Film, and Culture; Holocaust and Genocide Studies; Trauma and Testimony Studies; Feminist Theory; Disability Studies What […]

Martha Ndakalako

“I research and write about unconventional feminist literatures, and the way in which these kinds of literatures on innovative aesthetic and literary practices in order to circulate and comment on Namibian culture, history, and politics.” What are your areas of research and teaching expertise? I specialize in Anglophone African literatures, African and Black feminisms, and […]