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Brown Bag Discussion #11: Women’s Voices from the Muslim World

Please join us next Monday….. March 24th — Brown Bag Discussion #11 “Women’s Voices from the Muslim World: Three Documentaries” Dr. Rula Quawas Fulbright scholar-in-residence, Core Division Where and when: Freeman Large Conference Room, President’s Office, 12:30-2:00 pm About this discussion: We tend to speak about women who come from the Muslim world and we come […]



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Brown Bag Discussion #11 Featuring Dr. Rula Quawas

POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Stay tuned. Monday, March 24th — Brown Bag Discussion #11 “Women’s Voices from the Muslim World: Three Documentaries” Dr. Rula Quawas Fulbright scholar-in-residence, Core Division Where and when: Freeman Large Conference Room, President’s Office, 12:30-2:00 pm About this discussion:  We tend to speak about women who come from the Muslim world […]



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International Education Week

Champlain College’s Office of International Education presents:  International Education Week October 28 – November 1, 2013 Monday, Oct. 28 7th Annual China Town Hall  –  U.S. & China Relations 7:00 – 9:00 pm, Aiken Hall, Morgan Room Live webcast with Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright Local Speaker:  Associate Professor, Craig Pepin will […]



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Brown Bag Lunch with Fulbright scholar-in-residence Rula Quawas

Last week a group of us met to hear Fulbright scholar-in-residence Rula Quawas present on  Woman at Point Zero, a novel by Egyptian writer Nawal El Saadawi that she is teaching in her COR 330:  Arab Women Writers class.  It was quite a treat, and we thank Rula for sharing her insights with us! Because […]



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Welcome Dr. Quawas

Dr. Rula Quawas, currently a Dean of Foreign Languages at the University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan will be joining the Core Division this year as a Fulbright Scholar.  Dr. Quawas received her PhD in American Literature from the University of North Texas in August 1995. Previously, she was Professor of American Literature and has special […]



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