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COMMON SEMINAR 2015 LECTURERS ANNOUNCED: Aihwa Ong, Toby Miller, and Sujatha Fernandes

In conjunction with History Professor Lara Putnam's currently-running CLST 2050 Common Seminar on "Outsiders: Citizenship and its Others," three internationally prominent scholars will visit Pitt...

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Becoming "CLST"ial is easier in Spring Semester 2015 than ever with a record 41 crosslisted courses to choose from!

The CLST Executive Committee met on October 22 to approve a record number of forty-one course descriptions for crosslisting with Cultural Studies for Spring 2015.  In response to a survey of...

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Seats Remain Open in History Chair Lara Putnam's Spring 2015 CLST Common Seminar on "Outsiders: Citizenship and its Others" 6-9 Weds. in 402-CL

Completing one CLST Common Seminar is required of all CLST MA and PhD certificate students, so now is the time to consider enrolling in Professor Lara Putnam's CLST Common Seminar on the theme of...

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Director Named Co-Editor of Oxford History of Popular Print Culture, vol. 5, US to 1860
Ronald J. Zboray, CLST Director and Professor of Communication, and Mary Saracino Zboray, Visiting Scholar in Communication, signed a contract with Oxford...
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CLST-GSO Elects Officers for 2014-2015

At the Cultural Studies Graduate Student Organization meeting held on 4 April 2014, the results of the Spring elections for next year's officers were announced:

President - Birney Young...

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CLST's First Visiting Scholar Arrives

Zhiping Song, an English Professor from Shanghai Maritime University who studies eco-translatology, will spend a year in residence as a CLST Visiting Scholar beginning in March 2014. He will be...

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CLST-GSO Solicits 4 Officer Nominations for AY2014-2015 by 3 Apr. 2014

Please take the time to nominate officers for the Cultural Studies GSO. In order to nominate, send the nominee's name and department and the position being nominated for (President, Vice President...

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CLST Director Ron Zboray Publishes Essay on Women Attending International-Themed Public Lectures in Early 19th-C. New England

CLST Director Ron Zboray and Mary Saracino Zboray have published their essay "Women...

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2D CLST-GSO MEETING RATIFIES CONSTITUTION AND ELECTS OFFICERS

The Cultural Studies Graduate Student Organization at its second meeting on 6 December 2013 dissolved the provisional government that had been in place since the first meeting in November,...

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Revised JAN. 27 DEADLINE APPROACHING FOR CULTURAL STUDIES ASSOCIATION ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Ecologies: Relations of Culture, Matter, and Power, is the theme of this year's Cultural Studies Association Conference, to be held at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, May 29-31....

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FIRST CLST-GSO MEETING

In light of the recent CLST student body vote to form a CLST-GSO, the...

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SPRING 2014 CLST COURSES ANNOUNCED

Click here and scroll down to view thirty Spring 2014 graduate courses that were approved by the CLST...

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It's a Landslide!: CLST Students Vote themselves a GSO

With polling closed on 18 October, CLST certificate students overwhelmingly voted to form a Cultural Studies Graduate Student Organization. The final tally was 42 yes, 6 abstain, and 1 no. The...

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Annual Liaison and Fellowship Committee Election Results are In

CLST completed its canvass of its affiliate faculty members on September 30th to determine each affiliated department's Liaison and the composition of the Cultural Studies Fellowship Committee (FC...

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CLST Common Seminar for Spring 2014, Cultural Dis/Union, to be taught by Randall Halle
Randall Halle, the Klaus W. Jonas Professor of German Film and Cultural Studies at the University of Pittsburgh, will teach the CLST Common Seminar in Spring 2014, with the theme of Cultural Dis...
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