The Italian Studies Program’s Masks in Motion event was a success and fun for all! The commedia dell'arte workshop was led by actress and drama instructor Chiara Durazzini with music by New England Conservatory faculty member John Tyson.
Professor Emerita of French and Francophone Studies and Women's and Gender Studies, Erica Harth, has recently published a mystery novel called Red Hill Blues. It is set in the 1950s Red Scare in a small New York village. It's available on Amazon in both paperback and Kindle editions.
Harth, Erica L. Red Hill Blues. North Charleston: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013.
Sincere congratulations to all of our Romance Studies majors and minors who graduated last year and special congratulations to:
Laura Yvonne Aguirre Bedoya, winner of the Eli D. and Mollie Goodstein Prize in Spanish;
Lily Emma Glickstein, winner of the Murray Sachs Prize for Outstanding Work and Dedication in French and Francophone Studies;
Benjamin Sargent, winner of the Anna S. Aronson Memorial Award given to a student with outstanding promise in French and Francophone Studies.
The Intercultural Center's "All Around the World" event successfully showcased diversity on campus and celebrated multiculturalism in our community! (co-hosted by WOCA, JSA, BASO, SEAC, ¡AHORA!, TSA, BBSO, KSA, BAASA, SASA, I-CLUB, German Club, Project Nur and TRISK) Learn more about this event in The Brandeis HOOT
Pictures in The Brandeis HOOT from CARNEVALE sponsored by Italian Studies !!!
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