BC Has Showcased Numerous Internationally Acclaimed Writers And Continues To Host Famous Speakers
February 24, 2014
For over half a century, the Lowell Humanities Series has brought famous writers from myriad backgrounds to Boston College. As one of the most successful lecture series on campus, the events have brought BC international attention.
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Regine Jean-Charles, a Haitian-American professor in the romance languages and literatures department, uses culture and language to create an inviting forum in which to discuss gender and other issues.
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