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Message from the Chair

You will be happy to learn that we have received the results of the chemical trace analysis study of the building conducted by the firm Ninyo & Moore. After performing three kinds of tests capable of detecting thousands of chemicals Ninyo & Moore found no traces of chemicals at levels in the building to be a cause for concern.


The Literature Building Committee, comprised of committee chair Roddey Reid, Sören Fröhlich, Nancy Ho-Wu, Stephanie Jed, Debbie Morrow-Yu, Beatrice Pita, and Meg Wesling, has reviewed and discussed the full report (13 pages of analysis + 140 pages of raw data) with Professor Dan Donoghue, who is the recent chair of the Academic Senate and a UCSD biochemist who works on the molecular causes of cancer, and has accepted the Report's findings…

John D. Blanco, Marcel Hénaff, Wai-lim Yip


Chuong-Dai Vo - December 8, 2009: An Assemblage of Fragments: History, Revolutionary Aesthetics and Global Capitalism in Vietnamese/American Literature, Films and Visual Culture

Shannon Falkner - December 2, 2009: Migration in the Contemporary Era of Globalization in Film: The Effect of Mobile and Variable Spaces on Migrants in the European Union

Ryan Heryford, November 30, 2009

Aaron Anderson, December 2, 2009

Diego Ubiera, December 10, 2009

Maggie Levantovskaya, December 11, 2009

Jeffrey Gagnon, December 11, 2009


Call for Proposals! Visit the online application system for UC President's Faculty Research Fellowships in the Humanities, available now!





 Dilip Menon: Finding South Asia on a map: Doing post colonial history


Thursday, January 7, 2009

4:00 pm

Literature Building

Room 155 (deCerteau)

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Summer Graduate Teaching Award Fellows: Tania Jabour and Maggie Levantovskay.


Also recognized Michael Lundell and Professor

Wai-lim Yip    




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