Alumni 1985-1989

The following people have completed all the requirements to graduate with a major in French at Amherst College:
CLASS OF 1989Timothy BelevetzRafe BlaufarbGrace ChangMonica ColvinJohn DeanHalle FosterPamela HallChristopher LeachLisa PorterTani SanghviNhora SerranoMichael SheaGreer ShephardCaren SpiglandTheoharis StavridesDavid StearnsRobert Talerman

Alumni 1990-1999

The following people have completed all the requirements to graduate with a major in French at Amherst College:
CLASS OF 1999Beverly AngMichael BeckerCatherine BellCharles BlythRebecca BurnellMai CarrollKaren ChanDaniel ChandlerEdouard CollettAlexandra DalavagasTulani FreemanJean HackettDavid KimLaura LeesEric ManchSarita Pandey DubeyAmanda PaschkeElizabeth ScheinfeldtStephen SeelbachHali ShermanLucas Wurfbain

Alumni 2000-2009

The following people have completed all the requirements to graduate with a major in French at Amherst College:

CLASS OF 2009
Jess Ball
Carla Chapman
Amy Craig
Timothy Deary
Sara Greene
Samantha Hackney
Yasmine Harik
Natanya Khazzam
Katherine Kiechel
Natalya Kitchin
Yidan Li
Caitlin McDermott-Murphy
Derek O'Leary
Molly Priedeman
Sara Softness
Lia Tsarnas
Emily Wright

CLASS OF 2008
Neal Allar
Kayla Andrews
Diana Bergman
Anna Biddle
Adolphe Coulibaly
Sarah Craver
Janet Foster

Fall 2007/Spring 2008 Course Catalog

The information below is taken from the printed catalog the college produces each year. For more up to date information, including links to course websites, faculty homepages, reserve readings, and more, use the 'courses' or semester specific link to your left. French Language and Composition 01. Elementary French.

French Table

French Table meets on Wednesdays from 12:00 -2:00 P.M. on the Mezzanine in Valentine Hall. Francophones and all students are welcome to participate, regardless of the level of their French.

Honors Program

 

A candidate for departmental Honors must write a thesis in addition to fulfilling the course requirements for the major. By the end of their third year, students wishing to do so should contact the professor with whom they intend to work, and inform her or him of their intention to write a thesis. Following an initial discussion with the professor, students should spend a substantive amount of time in the summer researching and writing a five-page thesis prospectus, and submit it to the Department by the end of the first week of classes of the fall semester.