Kashia Pieprzak recipient of the Nelson Bushnell ’20 Prize

Congratulations to Kashia Pieprzak, Massachusetts Professor of Francophone Literature, French Language, and Comparative Literature, as a recipient of the college’s major award for faculty excellence in teaching and writing. The Bushnell Prize is given to faculty who are consistently recognized both by their colleagues and their students as excellent teachers and mentors.

Brahim El Guabli interviewed about Morocco earthquake

  Brahim El Guabli, chair and associate professor of Arabic Studies, was interviewed on DemocracyNow! and NPR about the devastating earthquake in Morocco and the particular impact on indigenous communities in the region.

German-Austrian Film Festival: Breaking Boundaries

This Fall, on three consecutive Tuesdays, the German Austrian Film Festival is looking at very recent movies from Germany & Austria, depicting characters in a state of crisis, trapped in situations that force them to break with societal norms and ultimately become outsiders. All screenings will be at 7:30 PM at Images Cinema. With Sonne … Continue reading “German-Austrian Film Festival: Breaking Boundaries”