Plumeri Award for 2012: Alexander Prokhorov

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Alexander Prokhorov is Associate Professor of Russian and Film Studies at College of William and Mary. His research interests include: Russian visual culture, genre theory, and film history. He is the author of Inherited Discourse: Paradigms of Stalinist Culture in Literature and Cinema of the Thaw (Akademicheskii proekt, 2007) and the editor of Springtime for… Read More

Plumeri Award for 2012: Regina Root

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Root’s research interests include the material and environmental culture of the Americas. She is the editor of The Latin American Fashion Reader (Berg Publishers 2005), which takes a broad look at the influence of Latin American culture on global fashion trends. The volume was awarded the 2006 Arthur P. Whitaker Prize, shortlisted for the 2006… Read More

Plumeri Award for 2011: Alexander Prokhorov

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Alexander Prokhorov is Associate Professor of Russian and Film Studies at College of William and Mary. His research interests include Russian visual culture, genre theory, and film history. He is the author of Inherited Discourse: Paradigms of Stalinist Culture in Literature and Cinema of the Thaw (Akademicheskii proekt, 2007) and the editor of Springtime for… Read More

Plumeri Award for Facult Excellence for 2011: Rachel DiNitto

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Rachel DiNitto is an Associate Professor of Japanese Studies at the College of William and Mary in Virginia. She is also currently the Co-director for Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) and the Associate Departmental Chair for the Modern Languages & Literatures Department. She got her Ph.D. in Modern Japanese Literature from the University of… Read More

Plumeri Award for 2010: Maryse Fauvel

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Professor Maryse Fauvel (MLL Francophone studies) has won a 2010 Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence. Created by alumnus and former Board of Visitor member Joseph J. Plumeri (’66), the Plumeri Awards are given annually and recognize faculty who demonstrate exceptional performance in research, teaching and service over a number of years.

Plumeri Award for Faculty Excellence for 2009: Francie Cate-Arries

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Francie Cate-Arries completed her Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and joined the faculty of the Department of Modern Languages & Literatures at the College of William & Mary in 1986. She is a professor of contemporary Spanish cultural and literary studies, and teaches courses at all levels of the curriculum, including Fundamentals of Literary… Read More

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