Marian Brown St. Onge

Marian Brown St. Onge retired recently from her position of founding Director of the Center for International Partnerships and Programs at Boston College-where she also taught and at one time directed the University’s Women’s Studies program. St. Onge, who holds a Ph.D. in French literature, has received fellowships and awards from organizations including the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Ford Foundation and the Fulbright Association. In spring, 2006, she served as Michael Dukakis Visiting Professor in International Affairs at the American College of Thessaloniki, Greece. St. Onge has published one book, a traveler’s guide to Glasgow, Scotland, and articles on twentieth-century women writers, cultural issues and topics in international education.

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