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EUROPEAN STUDIES NEWS

Irish Women Singers, Songs Lecture

Mary McPartlan will give a public lecture, "A History of Irish Traditional Women Singers and Songs since the 1900s," on Monday, April 14. McPartlan is director of the highly successful and popular innovative Arts in Action program and a teaching member of the staff at National University of Ireland, Galway. The lecture will take place in Trinity 300, from 4:30 to 6 p.m. A high-profile profession...  More >>

Hallowell Earns Prestigious Fulbright

Alexandra Hallowell '10 will again take her fascination with language and culture abroad to explore social, religious and cultural experiences on a year-long Fulbright Scholarship. Having studied in France and the Netherlands and conducted independent projects in Istanbul, Hallowell, the second of her graduating class to receive a Fulbright, will return to Turkey this fall to "conduct informal in...  More >>

Studying Fashion Law

In the fall, using her liberal arts background and a passion for fashion, Annie Lindenhovius '09 will attend New York Law School, one of the oldest independent law schools in the United States. Concentrating on fashion law is a natural extension of Lindenhovius's interests while at the Colleges. As secretary of the HWS Arts Collective, Lindenhovius helped spearhead the Arts Collective Fashion S...  More >>

Krahn '10 to Intern in Germany

This summer, Erik Krahn '10 will spend five weeks interning at Studio Hamburg, a TV and film production company in Hamburg, Germany. Krahn will be involved with post production, editing and film production. "I'm really excited for this opportunity to learn more about film production and to improve my foreign language skills," says Krahn, who studied abroad in Rome and took courses in film while t...  More >>