Modern Languages and Literatures Faculty Member Earns Prestigious NEH Fellowship
Gonzalo Aguiar Malosetti of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures earned a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Scholar Fellowship for his book project, Tropes of Violent Inequality: Brazilian Crime Fiction in a Post-Neoliberal Age.
The award comes with an invitation to a future seminar, “The Making of Modern Brazil,” which will connect top teachers and scholars in this field in an environment to “exchange ideas, readings and research at various stages of completion,” Aguiar Malosetti said.
The seminar includes a variety of readings that connect participants with such avenues as anthropology, cinema studies, cultural studies, gender studies, history, linguistics, literary studies, performing arts, sociology and urban studies.
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