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Job Placement & Achievements

Comparative Literature

Our graduates have secured tenured and tenure-track positions in Comparative Literature, English, Theatre, Classics, national language programs and interdisciplinary programs at institutions such as the following:

2017

Marla Zubel
World Literature, Western Kentucky University

2016

Akshya Saxena
English, Vanderbilt University

2014

Timothy August
Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, Stony Brook University

2012

Christian Haines
English, Dartmouth College

2011

Daniel Dooghan
English, University of Tampa

2009

Lindsey Green-Simms
Literature, American University

Julietta Singh
English, University of Richmond

2008

Yun Peng
East Asian Languages and Literatures, University of Hawaii at Mánoa

2007

Andrew Opitz
English, Hawaii Pacific University

2001

Fontini Georgousi
English and Modern Languages, The American College of Greece

Monika Mehta
English, State University of New York-Binghamton

2000

Karen Juers-Munby
Contemporary Arts, Lancaster University

1999

Silvia Lopez
Spanish, Carleton College

Elizabeth Walden
English and Cultural Studies, Bryant University

1998

Pascale Bos
Germanic Studies, University of Texas at Austin

1997

Stacy Beckwith
Hebrew and Judaic Studies, Carleton College

Jeanine Ferguson
Grants Coordinator, University of Minnesota

1996

K. Martial Frindéthié
Languages, Literatures & Cultures, Appalachian State University

Kitty Millet
Jewish Studies, San Francisco State University

Lesley Walker
Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities, Indiana University-South Bend

1995

Wei Zhang
Philosophy, University of South Florida

1993

Hassan Melehy
French, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Ann Marie Stock
Film Studies and Hispanic Studies, University of William and Mary

1991

Gitahi Gititi
Film, Media, and Africana Studies, University of Rhode Island

Andreas Michel
German, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

1990

Ronald Judy
Critical and Cultural Studies, University of Pittsburgh

Steve Suppan
Senior Policy Analyst, Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy

1989

Miguel Tamen
Romantic Literatures, Universidade de Lisboa

1988

Mark Axelrod
English, Chapman University

1987

Terry Cochran
Comparative literature, Universite de Montreal

1986

Sarah Bryant-Bertail
Scandinavian Studies, University of Washington

Neil Larsen
Comparative Literature, University of California-Davis

1981

Steven Nimis
Classics, Miami University (OH)

 

Comparative Studies in Discourse and Society

Our graduates have secured tenured and tenure-track positions in Comparative Literature, English, Film and Media, national language programs, and interdisciplinary programs at institutions such as the following:

2015

Sara Saljoughi
English and Cinema Studies, University of Toronto

2013

Sean Nye
Musicology, Thornton School of Music, University of Southern California

Justin Schell
Learning Design Specialist, University of Michigan Libraries

Joseph Tompkins
Communication Arts, Allegheny College

2008

Stephen Groening
Cinema and Media Studies, University of Washington

Hans Skott-Myhre
Child and Youth Studies, Brock University

Brynnar Swenson
English, Butler University

Marjorie Weinstein
NYC Mayor's Office of Technology and Innovation

2006

Mazher Al-Zo'by
International Studies, Zayed University

Thomas Haakenson
Liberal Arts, Minneapolis College of Arts and Design

Thomas Roach
English and Cultural Studies, Bryant University

John Troyer
Social and Policy Sciences, Centre for Death and Society at the University of Bath

2005

Doug Julien
English, Texas A&M University-Texarkana

Cecily Marcus
Archives and Special Collections, University of Minnesota Libraries

2004

Nicholas de Villiers
English, University of North Florida

Andrew Knighton
English, California State University-Los Angeles

Gauti Sigthorsson
Media and Communication, University of Greenwich

2003

David Jenemann
English, University of Vermont

Craig Wilkins
Architecture and Urban Planning, University of Michigan

2002

Jennifer Horne
Media Studies, The Catholic University of America

Andrew Kincaid
English, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Scott Sherer
Art and Art History, University of Texas at San Antonio

2001

Daryl Lee
Humanities, State University of New York Institute of Technology

Michelle Stewart
Film and Media Studies, State University of New York–Purchase

2000

John Collins
Global Studies, St. Lawrence University

John Stolle-McAllister
Modern Languages, Linguistics and Intercultural Communication, University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Karyn Ball
English and Film Studies, University of Alberta

1999

Bruce Campbell
Hispanic Studies, St. John's University

Martha Mockus
Asian Languages and Literature, University of Minnesota

1998

Negar Mottahedah
Literature and Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, Duke University

1997

Barbara Engh
History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds

1994

Xiuwu Liu
Chinese, Miami University (OH)

1993

Amitava Kumar
English, Vassar College