Anna Levett Essay Published in "Los Angeles Review of Books"
April 19, 2023
Visiting Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature Anna Levett published an essay, "Can Art Save Your Life?: On Revolution, Political Prisoners, Climate Activism, and Pink Floyd," in the Los Angeles Review of Books. The essay was inspired by discussions with Professor Levett's students in her CMPL 237 course, "Art of Revolution," as well as by Bakunin's Barricade, an installation by the Kurdish-Turkish artist Ahmet Öğüt that made its North American Premiere at Oberlin's Allen Memorial Art Museum last fall.
Anna Levett Publishes Review in Journal of North African Studies
February 15, 2022
Visiting Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature Anna Levett has published a review of The Albert Memmi Reader in the Journal of North African Studies.
Anna Levett publishes review in Reading in Translation
October 11, 2021
Visiting assistant professor of comparative literature Anna Levett published a review of Under the Dome: Walks with Paul Celan, translated by Rosmarie Waldrop, in Reading in Translation.
Anna Levett publishes article
December 9, 2020
Anna Levett, visiting assistant professor of comparative literature, published an article, ‘‘Ecstatic Communities: Sufism, Modernism, and Political Possibility in Abdelwahab Meddeb's Talismano,’’ in the winter 2020 issue of Expressions maghrébines. This special issue is devoted to the work of Tunisian writer, translator, and public intellectual Abdelwahab Meddeb (1946-2014).
Visiting Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and French Anna Levett Receives Prestigious ACLS Fellowship
June 3, 2022