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Twentieth Annual French Week

Twentieth Annual French Week
November 3-8, 2018
Georgia Southern University

Saturday, November 3
5 PM - National French Week Recital, Presented by the GSU Saxophone Studio and Southern
Saxophones. Carol A. Carter Recital Hall, Foy Fine Arts Building.

Monday, November 5
4 PM - “The Costs of Victory: France and the Consequences of the First World War,” a lecture by
Prof. Brian Feltman (Department of History). Russell Union 2080.

6 PM - Film Cherchez la femme (Adabi, 2017). Russell Union Theatre 1085.
Tuesday, November 6

6 PM - Mystère à Statesboro, a Murder Mystery in French. Interdisciplinary Academic Building

Entrance fee is $2 at the door, or 1$ if RSVPed in advance at
Proceeds benefit the Georgia Southern French Club, a registered student organization.

Wednesday, November 7
4 PM - Pi Delta Phi Induction Ceremony. Russell Union 2080.

5-11 PM - French dinner at Dining Commons.

Thursday, November 8
4 PM - “Napoleon Bites: French Vampires from 19th Century Literature,” a lecture by Prof. William
“Brad” Holley (Department of Foreign Languages) Russell Union 2080.

5 PM - Film Aya (Yopougon, 2013). Gamble Hall 225 (Armstrong Campus).

5-11 PM - French dinner at Dining Commons.

5:30-7 PM - La Table Française (French Conversation Table) at Dining Commons.
Coordinated by Dr. Olga Amarie, Dr. Virginie Ems-Bléneau, Dr. William Holley, Dr. Martha
Hughes, Dr. Michel Man, and Dr. Hapsatou Wayne, Department of Foreign Languages, 478-

We thank all of the following for their support: the Departments of Foreign Languages, History, and Music; GSU Saxophone Studio and Southern Saxophones; Dining Commons; the College of Arts and Humanities; IFcinéma; the Zeta Rho chapter of the National French Honor Society Pi Delta Phi; The Georgia Southern French Club

Thursday, November 8, 2018

Event Type

Lectures and Guest Speakers, Arts, Culture and Entertainment


Statesboro Campus


College of Arts and Humanities


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