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The Daily: "A portal into other cultures"
(November 18, 2019)
Associate Professor of French Studies Louisa Mackenzie publishes co-edited special issue of H-France Salon on transgender representation in French
(July 25, 2019)
French Alumnus Taking Language to Court
(January 7, 2019)
French Alumna Kelsey Jackson Recognized for Master's Research: "Facilitating bilingual perception and prediction using gender-specific stimuli: An infant eye-tracking study"
(November 8, 2017)
Martin Horst Featured in the College of Arts & Sciences Perspectives Newsletters
(June 8, 2017)
French Major Martin Horst Presents Honors Thesis at the Cornell Undergraduate Lingustics Colloquium
(May 2, 2017)
2016 FIS Grad Student Colloquium a Success
(June 6, 2016)
French Major Nominated for $5,000 Scholarship!
(April 23, 2015)
Spring 2014 Course: French Language and Cultural Identity
(February 7, 2014)
Smith, Maya Angela. French Heritage Language Learning: a Site of Community Building, Cultural Exploration and Self-reflection. (2017).
Critical Multilingualism Studies
Smith, Maya Angela. Who is a Legitimate French Speaker?: The Senegalese in Paris and the Crossing of Linguistic and Social Borders. (2015).
French Cultural Studies
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