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The UGA Career Center surveys students, asking to identify faculty and staff who have made a significant, positive impact on their career-making process. As a result, four Comparative Literature individuals have been recognized by Class of 2020 graduates. These faculty/staff include Dr.

We are delighted to announce that our recent PhD graduate Sabnam Ghosh has just joined Kennesaw State University as a Limited Term Assistant Professor in English. Sabnam graduated with her PhD in Comparative Literature from University of Georgia in May 2020.

Congratulations to Gabriel Ayoola, a PhD graduate and Graduate Teaching Assistant in Comparative Literature, who has accepted a position at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He will be responsible for building their Yoruba Program and teaching African Literature and other content courses.

Placement tests for Asian languages will be held during office hours the first week of classes. If you are interested in taking a Chinese, Japanese, Korean or Vietnamese language class in the fall and need a placement test, you can contact the following instructors to set up an appointment.

During  Spring Semester, the Department of Comparative Literature and Intercultural Studies presented Pamela Kimario for Language and Andrew Simmons for Literature with a Certificate of Excellence Award to honor their dedication and passion for the subject and their students with high quality…

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