Featured Research

Featured Research by Modern Languages Faculty

Indigenous filmmakers, particularly women, are beginning to shatter the myth of a frozen, never-changing Arctic. School of Modern Languages Chair Anna Westerstahl Stenport is one of the world's leading academics studying their work.
Paul Alonso research
Paul Alonso, Associate Professor of Spanish, discusses how satire has deep roots in literary tradition
Dina Khapaeva
Professor Dina Khapaeva puplishes new book on Anthropocentrism and Popular Culture
Jan Uelzmann book
West Germany, the New Start of a Republic


Slide 1: Featuring Anna Stenport, Chair of the School of Modern Languages
Arctic Cinemas and the Documentary Ethos. Ed. w/ Scott MacKenzie and Lilya Kaganovsky. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2019.
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Slide 2: Featuring Paul Alonso, Associate Professor of Spanish
Satiric TV in the Americas: Critical Metatainment as Negotiated Dissent, Oxford University Press, 2018.
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Slide 3: Featuring Dina Khapaeva, Professor of Russian
Man-eating Monsters: Anthropocentrism and Popular Culture. Emerald Studies in Death and Culture, 2019.
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Slide 4: Featuring Jan Uelzmann, Associate Professor of German
Staging West German Democracy: Governmental PR Films and the Democratic Imaginary, 1953-1963.  New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019. 352 pp.
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