Hands-on introduction to the world of book arts.
Intersectionality in literature throughout history.
Translating French poetry and its role in the modernist movement.
As the 92nd Academy Awards ceremony approaches on February 9, we check in with Professor Michael Jeffries to hear his thoughts on this year’s nominations, the current status of representation in the film industry, and whether the Oscars are still relevant in 2020.
Backed by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Hélène Bilis, associate professor of French, will work with a team of scholars to produce the first bilingual digital edition of “The Princess of Clèves,” the classic 1678 novel by French author Marie-Madeleine de Lafayette.
As part of the Albright Institute Wintersession, Ambassador Susan Rice joined Professor Michael Jeffries on stage in Jewett Auditorium to discuss the lessons she’s learned from her personal and professional journeys.
Dan Chiasson, Lorraine C. Wang Professor of English, and Kellie Carter Jackson, Knafel Assistant Professor of Humanities and assistant professor of Africana studies, discuss some of the best books, shows, podcasts, and movies they came across in 2019.
Ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday, Wellesley professors Jaclyn and Erich Hatala Matthes talk about the rise of plant-based meat, its environmental impact, and the role of moral thinking in what we decide to eat.
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