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Noëlle Rouxel-Cubberly teaches French language through the lenses of French film, historical correspondence, and other aspects of French cultural life.

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Stephen Shapiro’s research on early-modern French literature and culture focuses on aristocratic memoirs, the history of sexuality, culinary culture, and the history of the city of Paris. He is currently looking at the development of a modern gay culture in 18th-century Paris.

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In an article published in the French magazine Libération, Maboula Soumahoro commented on the debate surrounding the Nyansapo festival. 

Maboula Soumahoro

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Maboula Soumahoro is a French scholar whose work focuses on US and African-American studies, the African diaspora, and Atlantic black nationalisms.

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Marguerite Feitlowitz was on a panel at the annual Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) in February, called "Tipping the Scales: Addressing Gender Imbalance in Literature in Translation,” which was highlighted on Words Without Borders.

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Pop-up courses at Bennington let faculty, experts, and students to dive deep into the issues as they happen by Jeanne Bonner MFA ‘16

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In an interview with The New York Times about the upcoming Festival Albertine, Ta-Nehisi Coates mentioned faculty member Maboula Soumahoro's work and called her "really brilliant." Soumahoro will speak at the Festival on Saturday, November 5 at 5:00 PM. 

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Senior thesis by Julia Wohlstetter '15

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In La Fontaine in Motion, Sophie Sauvayre '16 adapts the works of French poet, Jean de La Fontaine, into a series of comics as part of a combined art, research, and translation project.

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A collaboration between Bennington College and the newly independent Village School of North Bennington has students as young as 5 years old speaking a foreign language.

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Thesis by Sylvia Madaras '16