Event programming

The C. Clifford Flanigan Memorial Colloquium Prize

In 1995, the friends of C. Clifford Flanigan established this prize in his memory. Clifford Flanigan (1941-1993) began teaching in the Comparative Literature Program at Indiana University in 1973. He was the department's main specialist in drama and medieval studies and a distinguished member of the Institute for Medieval Studies. The prize honors the best presentation given by a student in Comparative Literature in the C. Clifford Flanigan Memorial Colloquia Series organized by the Student Advisory Board.

The Ilinca Zarifopol Johnston Colloquium

The Ilinca Zarifopol Johnston Colloquium is given in honor of the life of Professor Johnston, an accomplished translator, scholar, and teacher who earned her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature and then taught in the department from the 1990’s until her death in 2005.

The Wertheim Lecture in Comparative Drama

The Albert Wertheim Lecture in Comparative Drama is sponsored by the Department of Comparative Literature and was established in memory of our colleague, Albert Wertheim, who had appointments in English and Theatre and Drama, as well as Comparative Literature. This lecture seeks to bring scholars to Indiana University with various approaches to the comparative and interdisciplinary study of drama.