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April 10, 2009

African Baroque

Graduate student Isaac Joslin compares the real and the representative in postcolonial African literature and culture
By Isaac Joslin, Ph.D. candidate

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January 30, 2009

A Tale of Two Continents

Life in France is irresistible to alumna Ruth Redhead
By Linda Shapiro

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The Locaveur

Alumna Lucia Watson finds communities of local-food lovers at home and in France
By Kelly O’Brien

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Finding the Third Space

Grad student Vlad Dima makes connections between French and African cinema
By Vlad Dima, Ph.D. candidate

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Staging Chaos

African francophone theater fascinates grad student Sylvie Ngilla
By Sylvie Ngilla, Ph.D. candidate

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Not Lost in Translation: French in the New World

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Nota Bene

Looking for something to read or watch about France, French-speaking countries, or Italy? Note well this cultural cornucopia.

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What's Old is New

Professor Susan Noakes finds connections between the Middle Ages and today
By Linda Shapiro

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January 28, 2009

Florence in the Springtime

A new May term course in Italy immerses students in la dolce vita
By Kelly O'Brien

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Crossing Over

Hakim Abderrezak follows the twists and turns of the North African migration story
by Danny LaChance

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January 27, 2009

Place Setting

French Street ArtIn France, politeness is staging a comeback.
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July 16, 2008

Getting to the Source of the Matter

Portrait: Nina Peterson-Perlman. For her French studies research thesis, undergraduate Nina Peterson-Perlman explored the nature of French journalism.
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Cross Pollination

By Tim Cronin

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French as a Second Language

By Margot Wagner

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Truth Telling

By Lisa Lillie

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Mind Travel

Undergraduate research opportunities take students to new places

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June 27, 2008

Everyday French

By Andi McDaniel

Mark Ostrem

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Still fascinated

By Andi McDaniel

Janis Pallister

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The Conservationist

By Danny LaChance

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Education Without Exceptions

By Andi McDaniel

Obioma Nnaemeka Brings Her Mother's Dream to Life

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Language Lovers: Three recent French and Italian graduates forge new paths

By Rachel Levitt

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Nota Bene

Looking for something to read or watch relating to France, French-speaking countries, or Italy? Note well this cultural cornucopia, recommended by department faculty and staff.

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Nota Bene

Looking for something to read or watch relating to France, French-speaking countries, or Italy? Note well this cultural cornucopia, recommended by department faculty and staff.

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The Life of Language

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Poetry for a new generation

By Andi McDaniel

Christophe Wall-Romana and the new study of “cinepoetry”

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French in the wider world

By Sheila M. Eldred

The emergence of Francophone studies

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Thinking Outside the Pyramid

By Danny LaChance

For Juliette Cherbuliez, absolute power isn’t so absolute

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Poetic Justice

A Q&A With Ron Akehurst

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Imagining terror

By Andi McDaniel

A summer conference explored the meaning of terrorism

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