Foreign Languages
College of Arts and Humanities

French Week

November 4th – 8th

La première pelouse by Sabrina Engbretch 2019

Armstrong Campus

Monday, 6:00 pm

French Conversation Table. Student Union lobby.

Wednesday, 6:00 pm

Film Les femmes de l’ombre (Salomé, 2008). Film with English subtitles. Ogeechee Theatre.

Statesboro Campus

On display all week

“Beyond Chanel: Exploring Influential French Designers of the Past and Present ,” poster by Dr. Martindale’s FMAD’s students (School of Human Ecology). Lobby of the Interdisciplinary Academic Building.

“The Fortune Hunter,” a French Rococo inspired gown by Fashion Design Student Rebecca Botte.
Interdisciplinary Academic Building, Display window 1002B.

Monday, 4:00 pm

“From musique concrète to microsound, composing with recorded materials,” Dr.John Thompson (Department of Music). Russell Union 2080.

Tuesday 4:00 pm

“D-Day: Planning, Politics, and Deception in Operation Overlord,” a lecture by Dr. Bill Allison (Department of History) – introduced by Dr. Carol Herringer, Chair, Department of History. Russell Union 2080.

Tuesday 5:30 pm

French Conversation Table
“Laissez les bons temps rouler!” a Louisiana culinary experience served at the Dining Commons.

Wednesday 6:00 pm

Scavenger hunt with the French Club. Starting point in the lobby of the Interdisciplinary Academic Building.

Thursday 3:30 pm

Pi Delta Phi Induction Ceremony. Interdisciplinary Academic Building 2041.

Thursday 5:00 pm

Film Les femmes de l’ombre (Salomé, 2008). Film with English subtitles.
Russell Union Theatre.

Last updated: 10/18/2019

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