Tag Archives: Lisa Siraganian

Siraganian’s Sound Defense

Modernism’s Other Work: The Art Object’s Political Life While Associate Professor Lisa Siraganian’s first book, Modernism’s Other Work: The Art Object’s Political Life, is receiving rave reviews, she isn’t certain what to think of this editorial comment on Amazon: “Siraganian … Continue reading

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From the Chair: Looking Forward

This year is bittersweet, as is any year in which we face the retirement of a long-time colleague, great teacher, and friend. Despite our sorrow over Charlie Smith’s departure, we are excited for him as he begins new projects and, … Continue reading

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News and Notes on Faculty

Angela Ards, recipient of a fellowship at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, is working on her book, Affirmative Acts: The Ethics of Self-Fashioning in Contemporary African American Women’s Autobiography. Irina Dumitrescu presented Troubling Teaching in Cynewulf’s Elene at the … Continue reading

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