Oh, fairytales. Nothing makes me think of fairytales more than bus rides across Spain – the landscape turning from rolling hills to endless plains and then abruptly to mountain peaks; orderly forests of low trees that begin abruptly at the edge of a cultivated field and stretch toward […]
Society in France is based upon the idea that everybody has the right to act upon their own will, but to treat other as equals who live together in a formal organization. That is a very sophisticated way to put the matter ergo I am going to make […]
The home stay is still going well. There are some perks, like the food, Martine’s benevolence and Xavier. But there are some aspects of the home stay that I’ve gotten used to. Xavier is a pretty cool guy. He’s a bit older than me, but not mid 40’s […]
My name is Kimberly Fiser. I am a sophomore at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, and I graduated from Bryant High School in 2008. I was in the marching band, on yearbook staff, president of NHS, and in Madame Stevens’ French 2 class!Currently, I have been involved […]
This blog post is about two intellectual cultures that existed in France roughly after world war two. Intellectual cultures are social orders that allow members to grow by accepting common symbols. Like the worlds cultivate, a relative, intellectual cultures develop like-minded thinkers and bring people together united by a common concept.