The Department of Romance Studies presents this 2007 French film with English subtitles. From rottentomatoes.com: "Poised to become
the definitive film on the complex history of French Jewry, this
sweeping documentary begins with the Dreyfus Affair and ends with
contemporary charges of rising anti-Semitism."
Matt Kupfer '12 creates a film about a conference to teach girls in Kyrgyzstan information and communication technology skills necessary for taking leadership roles; Dr. Naghmeh Sohrabi examines the ways in which the events following
the June 2009 Iran election have fundamentally affected the political
landscape of the nation; the Heller School's Don Shepard contributes to an international AIDS conference; and much more. Here is sampling of these stories.
A documentary entitled "Acting Together on the World Stage:
Performance and the Creative Transformation of Conflict", will be launched at the beginning of a conference on
Theatre and Peacebuilding in Conflict Zones in New York City on September 23. Created by Brandeis faculty member Cynthia Cohen with filmmaker Allison
Lund, it features the stories and performances of theatre artists and peacebuilders working to resist violence,
build bridges across differences, and support reconciliation in conflict
regions around the world.
Have you traveled abroad this summer? Do you have commentary on a global
issue that you would like the Brandeis community to know about? We'd
love to hear from you! Share your global experiences with the Brandeis
community via the Global Brandeis blog. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
An overview of the
off-campus study process at Brandeis including: tips for researching
programs and destinations, the application process, getting credit for
your work off campus, financial aid, and resources and services our
office provides. Attending a general information session is mandatory
for students wishing to study off campus for the semester or academic