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Eliana Miller

Staff Writer — Class of 2021

Number of articles: 9

First Article: September 22, 2017

Latest Article: February 16, 2018

Theater

‘The Poets and the Assassin’ spotlights Iranian women

PJ SeelertDAUGHTERS OF IRAN: Bates student Gabriella Shpilsky performs in “The Poets and the Assassin—Daughters of Iran” on Thursday. The play, written by Reza Jalali, tells the stories of Iranian and Muslim women. Despite their centuries-long battle for human rights, the stories of Iranian and Muslim women have traditionally been overlooked in American society.

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News in Brief

Intergroup dialogue program expands to discuss class

Twelve students will participate in a trial intergroup dialogue (IGD) curriculum on socioeconomic class beginning this February. Kate Stern and Leana Amaez, associate deans of students for diversity and inclusion and co-directors of the Center for Sexuality, Women & Gender will facilitate discussion with students from various class backgrounds.

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Heading north with the Arctic Studies program

Victoria YuICE ICE BABY: Bowdoin’s arctic studies program began in 1860. Though the concentration averages only eight students each year, renowned alums and arctic explorers Donald MacMillan and Robert Peary continue to inspire students and professors.

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Film

Acclaimed filmmaker Raoul Peck discusses identity, history

Sam HoneggerCONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM Assistant Professor of Romance Languages Meryem Belkaïd (left) facilitated a question and answer session with award-winning filmmaker Raoul Peck (right) on Tuesday, entitled “Identity, History, and Race.” Peck’s Academy Award nominated documentary film, “I Am Not Your Negro,” was screened in Kresge Auditorium on Monday.

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Language Learning

Sam HoneggerForeign language professors and students reflect on the relationship between Liberal Arts education and the study of language. In allowing for cross-cultural communication, the study of language enables students to explore di erent communities in meaningful ways.

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