Our Student-Faculty Forum meets throughout the semester to give students and faculty the opportunity to present their research for discussion in an informal setting. This series provides graduate students with an opportunity to practice presenting their research and receiving feedback, and allows them to hear about current research conducted by their professors and colleagues.
Recent topics include the irrealis mood in the French language spoken in the St. John Valley, Maine; a journey through the early modern Italian Christian epic; and discovering fragments of manuscripts used as part of the binding of newer books in the Middle Ages. Each academic year, at least one Student-Faculty Forum presentation focuses on teaching, such as “Gender in the Classroom” and “Teaching Cinema, Music, Performative Arts, and History of Art.”
The series is coordinated by Professor Elizabeth Hebbard.