Apply now for 2023-2024 scholarship in all of our programs!

Applications for many scholarships in the UWM Panther Scholarship Portal are due on Wednesday, March 1. Please make sure to complete the general application and upload a transcript showing your grades for Fall 2022 to be eligible for many campus-wide and… Read more

Kristin Pitt presents her research on Mariana Enriquez

On November 11, Kristin Pitt, Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, presented her research on literary representations of feminicide in talk entitled “Burning Even Ourselves: Self-Immolation in Mariana Enriquez’s ‘Things We Lost In The Fire’” as part of the panel “Transnational… Read more

Spring 2022 Courses in Comparative Literature

We’re excited to offer a wide range of literature, art, and culture courses in Spring 2022. Please consider joining us online for one (or more!) of these classes–hope to see you soon! Course Listing

Demetrius Williams receives Teacher-Scholar Grant

Congratulations to Demetrius Williams, who received a Teacher-Scholar Grant from Calvin University to supplement his year-long sabbatical leave as he works toward completing a monograph entitled, “The Cross of Christ in African American Christian Religious Experience: Piety, Politics, and Protest.”… Read more

Congratulations to Sayila Edmé

Congratulations to Sayila Edmé First graduate of MALLT’s Accelerated MA program in French. She graduates this December with a BA in French and a MA in French and Francophone Language, Literature and Culture in 5 years.

Collective Statement of Solidarity

Collective Statement of Solidarity In response to police violence against Black and Brown people in our city and nationwide and the recent murders of George Floyd, Tony McDade, Breonna Taylor, Joel Acevedo, Ahmaud Arbery, and a painfully long list of others, we write in strong… Read more