Working Groups Related to Cultural Studies

Fieldwork Forum is a working group in the linguistics department dedicated to examining and improving methods for carrying out rigorous, insightful, and ethical fieldwork.

Der Kreis: German History Working Group brings together scholars interested in German history of the 19th and 20th centuries.

The Transnational & Ethnic American Studies working group fosters interdisciplinary conversation about transnational, postcolonial, and decolonial methods of scholarly inquiry.

The Tourism Studies working group sees tourism studies as a node at which numerous disciplines intersect and cross-fertilize.

The Slavic Languages & Literatures "Kruzhok", founded on the model of academic circles (kruzhki) in nineteenth-century Russian universities, explores Slavic literary and linguistic culture.

Twice a year Qui Parle publishes provocative articles covering a range of outstanding theoretical and critical work in the humanities and social sciences.

The Nineteenth-Century and Beyond British Cultural Studies working group provides a forum to discuss new research on the literature and culture of the long nineteenth century.

The New Media working group collaborates around a shared interest of digital media.

The Modern Jewish Culture working group draws those whose research intersects with the subject of Modern Jewish Culture.

The Found in Translation (FIT)working group provides a space for cross-linguistic and interdisciplinary community building opportunities for language educators and researchers.

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