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Graduate Student Placements

Below highlights Comparative Literary Studies graduate student academic job placements. Please note, entries below reflect initial job placement after graduation. 

GRADUATION YEAR

STUDENT NAME

JOB PLACEMENT and INSTITUTION

2019 Kritish Rajbhandari Assistant Professor, English and Humanities, Reed College
2019 Ruth Curry Postdoctoral Scholar, Center for Civic Engagement, Northwestern University
2018 Patrícia Anzini Junior Researcher and Assistant, the Research Center for Communication and Culture at the Catholic University, in Lisbon, Portugal
2017 Caitlyn Doyle Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of French and Italian, Northwestern University 
2017 Genevieve Amaral Assistant Professor, Intellectual Heritage, Temple University
2017 Frederika Tevebring Frances Yates Postdoctoral Fellowship, Warburg Institute, London
2016 Casey Drosehn Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Northwestern University
2015 Brett Brehm Assistant Professor, Modern Languages and Literatures, William and Mary
2015 Katie Hartsock Assistant Professor, English, Oakland University
2013 Stanley Bill Lecturer in Polish Studies, University of Cambridge
2013 Jennifer Croft Founding Editor, Buenos Aires Review
2012 Julia Ng Lecturer, Centre for Cultural Studies, University of London
2011 Jennifer Cazenave Assistant Professor, French, Boston University
2010 Bishupal Limbu Assistant Professor, English, Portland State University
2010 Daniel Nolan Assistant Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, University of Minnesota - Duluth
2009 Leah Flack Assistant Professor, English, Marquette University
2008 Abigail Derecho Assistant Professor, Berkeley Center for New Media and Department of Theater, Dance and Performance Studies, University of California - Berkeley
2007 Paul North Assistant Professor, German, Yale University
2003 Martin Klebes Assistant Professor of German, University of Oregon
2002 Dominique Licops Associate Professor of Instruction, Department of French and Italian, Northwestern University
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