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BroadCAST Webinar w/Dr. Jordan Stump, UNL Willa Cather Professor of French/author

11:30 am–12:30 pm
Virtual Location: online
Target Audiences:
Dan Hutt, (402) 217-9493,
Dr. Jordan Stump is UNL Willa Cather Professor of French (Ph.D. Illinois, 1992) and is the author of articles on Georges Perec, Marie Redonnet, and Jean-Philippe Toussaint, among others, and of two book-length studies of the writing of Raymond Queneau: Naming and Unnaming (University of Nebraska Press, 1998) and The Other Book University of Nebraska-Press, 2012). He has published some thirty translations of novels by mostly contemporary French and Francophone writers (Marie Redonnet, Eric Chevillard, Marie NDiaye, Scholastique Mukasonga, and others). His translation of Claude Simon’s The Jardin des Plantes (Northwestern University Press, 2001) was awarded the French-American Foundation’s annual translation prize in 2001, and in the fall of 2006 he was named Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. In 2021, he was awarded the National Translation Award for Prose from the American Literary Translators’ Association for The Cheffe. Dr. Stump was featured in an article about his work in translations.
BroadCAST, the webinar interview series of the UNL Center for Academic Success & Transition, features conversations about life, education and the value of the liberal arts between CAST Senior Program Coordinator Dan Hutt and highly successful guests from diverse backgrounds.

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