Mon
May 20
2024
Dartmouth Hall 105, 4:00pm-6:00pm
The theatre company will be doing a staged reading of scenes from Molière’s Tartuffe, in English, which will be followed by a talkback with the director, Lucie Tiberghien, and three actors, Dan Pearce, Kaliswa Brewster, and Michelle Veintimilla. “Molière in the Park” is a theater company based in Brooklyn, NY, whose mission is to provide free theater for all and to serve as a catalyst for empathy and a conduit for political and social discourse.
Wed
May 1
2024
Hanover Inn and DH 105, 10:00am-3:00pm
Come discover companies and network with professionals who will share their expertise in how French opens doors and possibilities. Ask questions about internships!
Wed
Apr 24
2024
Dartmouth Hall 104, 5:00pm-6:00pm
The Leslie Center for the Humanities, the program in Comparative Literature, and the Department of French and Italian are pleased to welcome Prf. Berger, as well as the wider Dartmouth community, to a lecture titled: A Topolitics of Safe Space.
Sat
Nov 4
2023
Dartmouth Hall 105, 10:00am-6:30pm
A symposium dedicated to conversation about food and beverage, place, and the construction of community and identity.
Fri
Nov 3
2023
Haldeman Hall 41 (Kreindler Conference Hall), 1:00pm-6:30pm
A symposium dedicated to conversation about food and beverage, place, and the construction of community and identity.
Wed
May 17
2023
Baker 102, 4:30pm-6:30pm
While Haiti faces more humanitarian crises, from the rise of gang violence to the resurgence of a cholera outbreak, Haitian writers continue to bear witness to the injustices.
Tue
May 16
2023
Baker 102, 4:30pm-6:30pm
While Haiti faces more humanitarian crises, from the rise of gang violence to the resurgence of a cholera outbreak, Haitian writers continue to bear witness to the injustices.
Wed
May 10
2023
Dartmouth Hall Room 101, 4:00pm-5:15pm
Need more literary translation practice? Join the workshop with two world-class translators, Anne Weber and Tess Lewis! Open to all languages. This workshop is full Waitlist avail
Mon
May 8
2023
Dartmouth Hall 104, 5:00pm-7:00pm
The three participants involved in this panel each propose to approach, scrutinize, and trouble the aesthetic, political and theoretical figure, or temporalities, of the rupture.
Thu
Apr 27
2023
Collis 007, 5:00pm-7:00pm
The Department of French & Italian Proudly Present Critically-Acclaimed Queer-Maghrebi-French Author & Filmmaker Abdellah Taïa STILL WRITING ABOUT HOMOSEXUALITY A Public Conversation Thursday April 27 5pm One Wheelock (Collis 007) + LANGUAGE & REBELLION w/ Montgomery Fellow Hoda Barakat Thursday April 27 1.30pm