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Lauro de Bosis Postdoctoral Fellowship

January 18, 2018
The Committee for the Lauro De Bosis Lectureship in the History of Italian Civilization at Harvard University seeks candidates for a postdoctoral fellowship in any aspect of Italian culture, history, or society, to be held during the academic year 2018-2019. All applications must be received by February 23, 2018.
 
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Friday, November 10th - A Comédie-Française Registers Project Event

November 9, 2017

4:00 pm. Hervé Loichemol, Stage director, Director of the Comédie de Genève: "L'affaire Mahomet (XVIIIe-XXIe siècle)" 
(Thompson Room. Mahindra Humanities Center) 

6:30 pm. La Troupe presents Le Siège de Calais, a 1765 tragedy by Pierre-Laurent de Belloy. 
A performance (in French) directed by Sylvaine Guyot (Harvard University).
Starring: Matthew Barfield, Constance Bourguignon, Josh Cohen, Matylda Figlerowicz, Effie Gonis, Matthew Rodriguez and Emma Zitzow-Childs.... Read more about Friday, November 10th - A Comédie-Française Registers Project Event

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Missing 43 Memorial

October 2, 2017

September 26th marked the third year anniversary of the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico. In support of the families of the missing , RLL’s Adrián Ríos arranged a memorial on the lawn of Harvard Yard.

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Notice to Members of the Harvard Community with DACA

September 26, 2017
As you may well know, the government has announced the rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program as of March 5, 2018.  Anyone whose DACA status will expire before March 5, 2018 can apply for renewal of DACA before October 5, 2017.  Therefore, the Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program (HIRC) at Harvard Law School strongly advises all members of the Harvard community who have DACA to set up a free legal consultation with the Clinic as soon as possible. The Clinic can assist with filing DACA renewal applications, as well as with legal representation in... Read more about Notice to Members of the Harvard Community with DACA
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Friday, September 8, 1pm - Robert Arthur Davidson - "Misplaced Things: Trabal’s Odd Economy in The Man Who Lost Himself (1929)"

September 7, 2017
Francesc Trabal, a well-known figure in Catalan letters during the first half of the twentieth century and a key member of the group “La Mirada,” won the Crexells Prize in 1936 for his book Vals [Waltz]. While that work has received considerable attention, his earlier production still offers much fertile ground for critical analysis. Especially rich is the Catalan author’s first novel, L’home que es va perdre [The Man Who Lost Himself], which was published in 1929. A wide-ranging narrative, it incorporates the fantastic in a ludic yet intense... Read more about Friday, September 8, 1pm - Robert Arthur Davidson - "Misplaced Things: Trabal’s Odd Economy in The Man Who Lost Himself (1929)"