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4 days ago
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Denis M. Provencher who has just published the new chapter, ““Trans/filiations épistémologiques: Ecrire la famille, la révolution et un nouveau Maroc dans ‘Lettre à ma famille’ et ‘Le chaouche’”.  It appears in...
Canto per Canto with image of Dante
2 weeks ago
Congratulations to Dr. Fabian Alfie, who recently participated in a podcast series, Canto Per Canto: Conversations with Dante in Our Time, sponsored by The Dante Society of America (https://www.dantesociety.org/education-and-…/canto-per-canto). The...
Yasmin Acosta
2 weeks ago
Yasmin Acosta is a double major student studying journalism and French at the University of Arizona. To read her full piece titled “We are an ocean apart, but virus makes distance greater", click on the following link: http://arizonadailystar.az....
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2 weeks ago
Please help us in congratulating Dr. Ania Wroblewski whose co-edited special issue of the figure of Nemesis in art and literature , “Némésis, ou le châtiment inéluctable,” has just been published in the online journal MuseMedusa: Revue de...
Tara Singleton
4 weeks ago
As a French major, new Student Body President Tara Singleton says the skills and perspectives from her Humanities courses are crucial to her leadership role, as well as her career goal to work in human rights law.   Singleton, elected as the...
Dr. Denis Provencher
1 month ago
Dr. Denis M. Provencher has just published a co-authored chapter with colleague David Peterson (U Nebraska Omaha),  “Diasporic Sexual Citizenship: Queer Language, (Im)Possible Subjects, and Transfiliation.”  This chapter appears in the new Oxford...
3 months ago
Denis M. Provencher, Professor and Head of the Department of French and Italian, will join the University of Arizona’s 2020-2021 Inclusive Leadership Cohort Certificate program.   Provencher is one of 13 faculty and staff members chosen for the...
6 months ago
Dear College of Humanities Students, Despite the ever-changing challenges posed by the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the College of Humanities remains focused on two priorities for students: your health and your academic progress toward...
Dr. Deborah Kaye
7 months ago
Please help us congratulate Dr. Deborah Kaye who has just published the review essay, “The Logics of Sacrifice: New Approaches to the Study of Medieval and Early Modern Antisemitism,” Religious Studies Review 45.4 (2019): 485-490. Congratulations,...
Dr. Ania Wroblewski
7 months ago
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Ania Wroblewski who has just published the following essay: “Valérie Trierweiler, ou la nouvelle autobiographie politique française.” Women in French Studies 27 (2019): 199-212.   Félicitations!
Folgore da San Gimignanao and his followers - book cover
8 months ago
Congratulations to Dr. Fabian Alfie whose translation of Folgore da San Gimignano, along with two other poets, has just been published:  https://www.acmrs.org/9780866985987/folgore-da-san-gimignano-and-his-followers-the-complete-poems/   ...
Georgia O'Keeffe. Black Mesa Landscape, New Mexico / Out Back of Marie's II, 1930. Oil on canvas, 24 1/4 x 36 1/4 inches. Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. Gift of The Burnett Foundation. © Georgia O'Keeffe Museum. [1997.6.15]
8 months ago
Please join us in congratulating Dr. Carine Bourget, Professor of French, Interim Head of Spanish and Portuguese, and COH Director of Special Projects, who has been awarded a $99,999 NEH grant for her project “Developing Foreign Cultures Courses for...

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