Language Table Extravaganza


  • from Greek to Arabic: Highlights of the History of Foreign Languages at Williams

    from Greek to Arabic

    Language education at Williams has a rich history of steady progression, constantly evolving to reflect the circumstances of each time period. The exhibit traces the trajectory of language study at the College from its earliest beginnings to its most recent developments, as outlined in the wall timeline. The table display cases delve into further detail and highlight a few professors, students, the curriculum, activities, and location in the different time periods. The wall monitor features quotes from five of the twenty remaining alumni who majored in languages before 1954. The computer terminal presents the timeline of language study at the College, offers additional visual information on language-learning tools, and features our current language programs.
    * The exhibit is extended to January 30th.

    September 15—January 30 | Steven Schow ’81 Gallery (Sawyer 455)

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  • Williams Japan Club!!

    The Williams Japan Club was founded in 2016 by two alumnae, Sara Kang ’14 and Jessy LeClair ’10 with support from Larry Greenberg ’85. It is a community for graduates living and working in Japan, and for others interested in Japanese language, culture, and related careers. The goal is to create opportunities for fun, friendships, networking, and sharing of wisdom and resources. On August 6, 2016, twenty-three members gathered in Tokyo and enjoyed lively discussion over delicious okonomiyaki.
  • Feasting and Fasting in Russian Culture

    Patrick Johnson '16 and Piroune Balanchandran '16 with the four different types of mead they created for their final project in Professor Goldstein's class, RUSS 206: Feasting and Fasting in Russian Culture.