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French cinema focus of Global Awareness Lecture at BYU May 7

Marc Olivier will discuss "Border Horror: Identity Anxiety in Recent French Cinema" Wednesday, May 7, at noon in Room 238 of the Herald R. Clark Building on the Brigham Young University campus.

Olivier, an associate professor of French studies at BYU, teaches courses on French civilization, literary theory and cinema.

In the fall, he will teach a new course on European cinema through the Honors program.

He has published on topics such as microscopy, botany, entomology and the relationship among science, technology and literature.

Olivier is working on a book related to the Nostalgia and Technology exhibition he curated for BYU’s Museum of Art in 2005–06.

Writer: Rose Ann Jarrett

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