Explore what it means to engage with world literature as a global-scale community.
Hip-hop artist and UVA professor A.D. Carson speaks about his work.
Nao Yazawa discusses her work as a manga artist and as a teacher of manga in Nakano, Japan.
Susan Stanford Friedman discusses global research projects, living “on the hyphen,” and the value of the humanities in our everyday lives.
Brandon Butler, the Director of Information Policy at the University of Virginia Library, discusses issues of copyright and open access in our digital world.
Join Christian Howard and Samantha Wallace as they speak with Lã Linh Chi, a translator from Vietnam!
Brandon Walsh, Christian Howard, and Samantha Wallace discuss the public faces of digital humanities and digital literature.
Olivia Milroy and Sarah Rodriguez discuss the challenges and opportunities afforded by teaching world literature to middle schoolers, high schoolers, and university students.
Erin Bartnett joins Christian Howard and Samantha Wallace to discuss the role of a literary agent in the global literary economy.