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About Liliane Duséwoir

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After obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in translation & interpretation in Belgium, Liliane specialized in the field of Linguistics and pursued her graduate studies in Anthropology as a Fulbright scholar at Boston University. In the U.S., Liliane has taught at Brown University and at the College of the Holy Cross. She joined Boston University in 2006 and is a Senior Lecturer in the department of Romance Studies. Her specialties include: foreign language pedagogy, inclusive pedagogy, teaching with technology, translation & interpretation, comics and graphic novels, and queer francophone cinema.





About Ingrid Marquardt

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Ingrid began her passion for French through the immersion program in Milton, MA, and has followed it around France and the world. She took a break from this first love to pursue a B.A. in English with a minor in Irish Studies at Boston College and a Masters of Library and Information Sciences at Simmons College. She is thrilled to meld her excitement for libraries and French language and culture in her position at the Center!






About Melanie Andrieu

While studying Art History and obtaining a PhD in Contemporary Art, Mélanie worked for more than ten years in bookshops as head of the Comic Strip section. Five years ago she left France, her country of origin!, to join the team of Centre Belge de la Bande Dessinée in Brussels. In charge of the exhibition department as well as the Conservation department, she also has the pleasure of being the curator of exhibitions dedicated to Catel, Emmanuel Lepage, Juanjo Guarnido, or the series "Magasin Général" by Tripp and Loisel. A job that allows her to enrich her passion for comics and to discover each day a little more this fascinating universe.

Upcoming Events

Online Offering

Ciné-Club Online Discussion: Run

directed by Philippe Lacôte

Thursday, May 27, 2021 6:00 PM To 6:40 PM

For this month’s ciné-club we will be discussing Run, a 2014 French-Ivorian drama film directed by Philippe Lacôte. The film follows the fictionalized account of the 2011 post-election upheaval in the Ivory Coast that killed 3,000 people.

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Online Offering

Story & Craft Time at the Virtual Library

Let’s read la fée Fifolette and make a fairy craft

Friday, May 28, 2021 4:00 PM To 4:30 PM

Discover the magical world of la fée Fifolette !

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Health & Fitness

Barre en français: May Sessions

Exercise your body and your vocabulary!

Monday, May 10, 2021 6:30 PM To 7:30 PM

Improve your health and your vocabulary during our online barre classes in French!

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