Congratulations Dr. Biahé!
R. Florizone, H. Biahé, R. Mopoho
Congratulations to Henri Biahé, picturered here with his supervisor, Dr. Raymond Mopoho and President Florizone.
Taghrid Abou Hassan invested as Knight into the Order of Academic Palms of France
Professor Abou Hassan (R) being honoured by Mme Laurence Monmayrant, the Consul General of France in Moncton and Halifax. (Danny Abriel photos)
A ceremony to celebrate the investiture of Madame Taghrid Abou Hassan as Knight into the Order of Academic Palms of France was held on May 23rd.
One of the oldest civil awards in existence, the decoration was first created by Napoleon to honour members of the French Imperial University. It was re-instituted in 1955 by René Coty, the President of France. Initially awarded only to French professors, it now pays homage to French nationals as well as foreigners who have made a significant contribution to the diffusion of the French culture around the world.
Read full Dal News story.
Félicitations to Dr. Irène Oore - winner of the 2016 Prix Marguerite-Maillet. This annual prize recognizes outstanding contributions to the development and study of Acadian and French Canadian literature.
Talent show at Dalhousie
To celebrate the end of the semester as well as the 200th anniversary of Dalhousie, the French Department with the French Society are hosting a talent show! Any kind of talent is welcome, but we ask that the ones requiring speech such as poetry reciting and singing be done in French. Come by to chat with teachers and French students, and see what amazing things students can do! We'll have prizes for all participants (plus some for the public's favorites!), and a light buffet will be served afterwards.
If you are interested in participating, contact us on Facebook or at email@example.com !
Talent Show + End of Semester Department Party (For Dalhousie’s 200th Anniversary)
Date: Friday, November 30th, 2018
Location: International Centre
Pour célébrer la fin du semestre ainsi que le 200e anniversaire de Dalhousie, le Département de français avec la Société française organisent une soirée de talents! N'importe quel talent est le bienvenu, mais nous demandons que ceux qui requièrent la parole tels que réciter de la poésie ou chanter soient en français. Venez discuter avec vos enseignants et d'autres étudiants de français, et voir les choses incroyables que des étudiants peuvent faire! Nous aurons des prix pour tous les participants (plus d'autres pour les préférés du public!), et un buffet léger sera servi ensuite.
Si vous êtes intéressé à participer, contactez-nous sur Facebook ou à firstname.lastname@example.org!
Cet événement aura lieu le vendredi 30 novembre, de 16h30 à 19h00, à l’International Center.
Jean-Marie Watonsi successfully defended his PhD thesis titled "LA TRIBUNE DES ARTS ET LETTRES: UNE PRODUCTION DU SAVOIR LITTÉRAIRE AFRICAIN ANALYSE DES CHRONIQUES DE CAMEROON TRIBUNE 1975 à 1984" on June 25, 2018 - félicitations!
April 2018 Award Winners
Félicitations to this year's class, scholarship, and prize winners:
- Marcelle Cendres Sandhu Memorial Prize: B. Koonar
- Ruth Murray Scholarship: H. Reid
- French Department Scholarship: K. Tracy, L. Berryman
- Prof. & Mrs. Robert Lloyd McIntosh Prize in French: J. Dalton
- Sabah Metlej Scholarship in French: J. Albee
- Prix de l'Ambassadeur de Suisse: K. Mannik
- Prix de l'Alliance Française: L. Reynolds
K. Mannik receives her award from Dr. Vittorio Frigerio
Congratulations / Félicitations!
Congratulations to all of our 2017/18 graduates! We are very proud of your accomplishments and we wish you all the best.
Afua Cooper: My 30‑year effort to bring Black studies to Canadian universities is still an upward battle
Dr. Afua Cooper (cross-appointment professor with the departments of History, Sociology and Social Anthropology, the Gender and Women's Studies program, and the Dalhousie University Faculty of Graduate Studies,) provides an important and impactful reflection of her 30-year effort to bring black studies to Canadian universities.
Recent report provides a snapshot of what anti‑Asian hate looks like in Canada
Ajay Parasram talks to Salt Wire media about what anti-Asian hate looks like in Canada
Novel by Lesley Choyce shortlisted for the Ontario Library Association’s Evergreen Award
University Teaching Fellow in the Transition Year Program (TYP) and Creative Writing program, Lesley Choyce’s novel, Broken Man on a Halifax Pier, has been selected as one of ten short- listed books for the Ontario Library Association’s Evergreen Award
Robert Huish's study on the coronavirus and stigma has been mentioned in the New York Times
Dr. Robert Huish, associate professor in Dalhousie's International Development Studies department, is conducting a study on the coronavirus and stigma
How to write 100 books ‑ Surf poet Lesley Choyce speaks
Transition Year Program and Creative Writing instructor, Lesley Choyce talks to John DeMont of The Chronicle Herald about what it takes to write 100 books