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MLA Bibliography Honors Fellows

The MLA International Bibliography congratulates the 2022 Fellowship Award recipients: Virginia M. Adán-Lifante, full teaching professor, world languages coordinator, and chair of the department of literatures, languages, and cultures, University of California, Merced Allison Bernard, adjunct professor, Columbia University; visiting assistant professor, Wesleyan University Aedín Clements, Irish studies librarian, University of Notre Dame Arianne Hartsell-Gundy, head, humanities… Read more »

Contribute to an MLA Volume

The volume Approaches to Teaching the Works of Colson Whitehead, edited by Stephanie Li, is now in development in the MLA series Approaches to Teaching World Literature. Instructors who have taught Colson Whitehead’s works are encouraged to contribute to the volume by completing a survey about their experiences. Information about proposing an essay is available… Read more »

Contribute to an MLA Volume

The volume Teaching Energy Humanities, edited by Debby Rosenthal and Jason Molesky, is now in development in the MLA Options for Teaching series. To learn more about the volume and how to propose an essay, please visit the MLA website. Please send abstracts and CVs to the editors by 31 October 2022.

2022 MLA Bibliography Fellows

The Modern Language Association congratulates the 2022 MLA Bibliography fellows who will serve from 2022 to 2025. The MLA International Bibliography staff members work with approximately one hundred field bibliographers, from all parts of the world, who cover subject areas, journals, and languages that cannot be indexed in the New York office. Each spring, five… Read more »

MLA Publishes New Guidelines on Evaluating Publicly Engaged Humanities Scholarship

The MLA has just released new guidelines to help departments, institutions, and faculty members in languages and literatures value and assess public humanities work. Created by the MLA Ad Hoc Committee on Valuing the Public Humanities, the document seeks to acknowledge the importance of scholarship that reaches audiences beyond the university and that demonstrates the… Read more »

Contribute to an MLA Options for Teaching Volume on Afro-Brazilian Literature in a Diasporic Context

The volume Options for Teaching Afro-Brazilian Literature in a Diasporic Context, edited by Cristina Ferreira Pinto-Bailey and Paulo Dutra, is now in development in the MLA Options for Teaching series. To learn more about the volume and how to propose an essay, please visit the MLA website. Please send abstracts and CVs to the editors by… Read more »