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Recent Publications

  • Critical Media Studies: Student Essays on THE WIRE
    Author(s): Edited by Mary M. Dalton

      After tumbling into the series from Season One head-first, I never looked back and have joined the ranks of those declaring it episode-for-episode and season-for-season the best television series ever because of its ability to embed compelling personal narratives inside incisive critiques of cultural institutions and systems.

    --Mary M. Dalton, Editor


    A print edition of this volume is available here.


  • Wake the eBooks: The Manifesto
    Author(s): Digital Publishing @ Wake
  • Wake the eBooks: The Program
    Author(s): Digital Publishing @ Wake
  • WFU Undergraduate Bulletin
    Author(s): Registrar's Office

    This bulletin presents the calendar, course offerings and requirements of
    Wake Forest College
    and the
    Schools of Business of
    Wake Forest University


    These offerings and requirements are in effect at the time of publication but are subject to change.  WFU students are responsible for reading and abiding by these official requirements. 


    For more information, and/or to obtain a printed copy of this document, please contact the University Registrar

  • Allen Mandelbaum: A Commemoration
    Keyword(s): allen mandelbaum; digital humanities

    Allen Mandelbaum:  A Commemoration

    Professor Allen Mandelbaum was an American professor of Italian literature, as well as a poet and translator. As W.R. Kenan Jr. professor of humanities at Wake Forest University, he taught memorable classes and encouraged and supported his students and colleagues alike. Allen Mandelbaum is internationally known as a translator from Latin (Vergil and Ovid), Greek (Homer) and Italian (Ungaretti and Dante).

    A commemoration ceremony on the campus of Wake Forest University included speakers, poetry readings and musical intermissions, followed by a reception on Saturday, October 13, 2012 . 

    This document represents a collection of those remarks and memories. 


    Poca favilla, gran fiamma seconda:  A great flame follows a little spark.

  • Primary Sources Relating to India (1698-1993): An Annotated Bibliography
    Author(s): Completed by Evan Schwed, Under the Supervision of Dr. Raisur Rahman

    Internship GoalThe overarching goal of this History internship and the corresponding annotated bibliography is to discover, organize, and analyze primary source materials that relate to the history of India.  More specifically, the collection of sources within the annotated bibliography aims to highlight the wealth of relevant materials in the Special Collections & Archives and recent acquisitions of primary source materials within the general stacks at Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Wake Forest University.   

    Acknowledgements: I would like to acknowledge the Special Collections Librarian Ms. Megan Mulder for her generous assistance in aiding my search for materials.