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  1. Dr. Robin Rhodes published a chapter

    Rhodes et al. have a forthcoming chapter in the book titled EFL Writing Teacher Education and Professional Development: Voices from Under-represented Contexts edited by Ene et al. The book is slated...

  2. Monteiro

    Professor Brezault published an article

    Prof Brezault recently published an article in French for the academic journal, French Studies in Southern Africa about Fabrice Monteiro's photographic series, The Prophecy (2014). It is entitled: “Écologie et féminité dans La Prophétie de Fabrice Monteiro : les corps comme lieux afrotopiques pour repenser des territoires-monde.”

  3. Conference - Eloise - Dakar

    Professor Brezault Presents at International Conference in Dakar

    Professor Brezault presented at an international conference in Dakar in Nov 2023 on African literature and Ecology. Her paper was entitled: “Afrofuturism, performances and environmental dystopias: In search of a new ecopoetics of place.”

  4. Kouka and Docta

    Simon Kouka and Doukta Visited Our Campus!

    Associate Professor and Co-Chair World Languages, Cultures, and Media Department Eloise Brezault hosted two renowned Senegalese artists whose work has been nourished by political and social activism to keep democracy alive in Senegal. The artists spent two days on campus, visiting classes and speaking with students about the importance of art and activism in their work.

  5. Robin Rhodes Presents at Symposium on Second Language Writing; Forthcoming Chapter Highlighted

    Robin Rhodes, director of ESOL and multilingual student academic support in World Languages, Cultures, & Media, gave a presentation at the Symposium on Second Language Writing, Oct. 26, in Tempe, Arizona. Her presentation was titled: Pedagogical Redesign in Higher Education ESOL: Racism, Antiracism, and Multilingual Identity.

  6. Eloise - Keynote talk

    Professor Brezault Gives a Keynote Talk

    As a recent recipient of the Francophone Mobility Chairs from uOttawa, Professor Brezault gave a keynote talk on October 12, 2023, at the University of Ottawa entitled: “Masquerade and Corporality among some African Performers: In Search of a New Ecopoetic Consciousness of Place.”

  7. Students standing in front of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C.

    On and Off Capitol Hill, Students Practice High-Impact Careers Through D.C. Internships

    Every year, Laurentians headed for summer internships in Washington D.C. pack their best business attire, prepare to navigate the Metro system, and tap their networks to find temporary housing in our nation’s capital city. Many of these students got their first taste of living and working in D.C. while on a SLU Connect networking trip earlier in the year.

  8. Close-up of the sign outside the State Department, which reads "Department of State" in large sans-serif silver letters in all caps.

    St. Lawrence Announces Coveted Department of State Partnership to Help Shape International Policy

    Starting in the fall of 2023, St. Lawrence students will have a unique opportunity to explore and impact real-world foreign policy issues while working alongside career diplomats.

  9. Robin Rhodes published a peer-reviewed chapter

    Robin Rhodes, Director of ESOL and Multilingual Student Academic Support, recently published a peer-reviewed chapter titled Investment and Praxis in Asset-Based Assessment: Exploring Transnational...

  10. Conducting an interview in Nyeri, Kenya

    CIIS Staff and Faculty Publish Research on Off-Campus Study

    Matthew Carotenuto

    The most recent issue of Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad , includes research conducted by four members of the SLU faculty and staff. Reflecting on issues of decolonization...