MA Student Bruna Aoto Franco de Lima to Present Paper at Conference

MA student Bruna Aoto Franco de Lima will be presenting a paper at the Latin American Studies Association Annual Congress. The conference will be taking place in Ghana and in hybrid format from November 15-18, 2023.

Bruna's paper, “Black Women’s Writing as Resistance to Silence: A Comparative Analysis Between Chimamanda Adichie’s The Thing Around Your Neck and Conceição Evaristo’s Olhos D’água,” will be on the panel “Literature and Intersectionality,” on Saturday, November 18th, 1:45 pm to 3:15 pm.

CWL Alum Isis Wozniakowska Interview: How Comparative Literature Influences her Career as a RPG Writer

CWL BA alum Isis Wozniakowska, who will also be entering the Comparative World Literature MA program this Fall, was interviewd by the podcast Gaming Divination:

"Interview with Isis Wozniakowska, where we discuss how comparative literature, traveling Europe, and European history can enhance table top game design and writing."