Carly Seedall

During the summer of 2016, Carly Seedall '18, International Relations major with a minor in German, welcomed the opportunity to positively impact the lives of migrants and refugees as they settled into new places. What she didn’t expect was for her own life to be enriched beyond her expectations.

Four members of Franklin’s staff and faculty have successfully been awarded funding from AMICAL, a consortium of American international liberal arts institutions, to attend workshops in their fields of expertise.

intervalla: platform for intellectual exchange is an interdisciplinary online journal published by Franklin University Switzerland, providing a forum for researchers of all disciplines to share thoughts on the evolving nature of human experiences. This issue of intervalla, edited by Franklin Associate Professor Dr. Alexandra Peat with editorial assistance from Kaley Kiermayr ‘16, takes modernism as its topic and aims to illuminate and reflect on the current state of modernist studies.