TROPOS (way of life, manner, style) is a non-profit student organization representing the graduate students of the Department of Romance and Classical Studies and the graduate students of German at Michigan State University.
As part of our efforts to provide graduate students from across the field with the opportunity to gain valuable experience in scholarly dialogue and publication, TROPOS publishes a journal on a regular basis. From literature and cinema to linguistics and creative writing pieces, we hope our readers are inspired, entertained, and provoked to thought.
TROPOS was first published in 1971 and is one of the longest graduate student-edited journals in Romance Studies in North America. TROPOS constitutes an effort to create an intellectual space where graduate students could share their ideas. Along these years, the TROPOS journal has been organized, written, and published exclusively by our department’s graduate students and its continuity depends upon the tenacity of the editorial team, advisors, and the rest of the student body.
The Executive Board
Maria Bonete Escoto
The Tropos Journal
The TROPOS Journal welcomes interdisciplinary papers and presentations in literary studies, cultural studies, visual arts, film and media studies, gender studies, and linguistics related to the Romance-speaking world. More information on the next issue will be forthcoming.
TROPOS, Graduate Student Conference and Journal
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