Hands-on introduction to the world of book arts.
Intersectionality in literature throughout history.
Translating French poetry and its role in the modernist movement.
Wellesley professor Cord Whitaker took his new book, Black Metaphors: How Modern Racism Emerged from Medieval Race-Thinking, home to his South Philadelphia neighborhood, where he sees many of the book’s themes, challenges, and potential for change in action.
Mingwei Song, associate professor of Chinese at Wellesley, reflects on the 70th anniversary of the formation of the People’s Republic of China, the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, and current Chinese literature and film.
In the second installment of our series “What I Did This Summer,” we talk with English professor Lisa Rodensky, who delved into one of the most important bibliographic accomplishments of the 20th century, founded at Wellesley, and researched contributors to a major 19th-century British periodical.
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