Global Languages is pleased to be hosting the second annual Student Research Showcase, where a select group of undergraduates will be delivering presentations based on recent research projects from their Global Languages classes. This is an opportunity to highlight to the MIT community the compelling contributions these students are making to the intellectual life of the Institute. All members of the MIT community are welcomed to attend.


Anjali Nambrath: “Wuthering (Hurlevents): The Translation and Professional Staged Reading of a Contemporary Quebecois Play.” Class of 2021. Majoring in physics and mathematics, minor in French. Interests: particle physics, theater, concocting new jams, and reading too many books. Wuthering is her first translation project.

Charlotte Gump: “Crisis Through Art: Representations of the 2008 Economic Crisis in Literature and Visual Art.” Class of 2023. Studying Aerospace Engineering. From Washington D.C. and enjoys rowing and art.

Joanna Lin: “Black Lives Matter in France and the United States.” Class of 2021. Majoring in Course 7 and 21G (French). Serves as the Publisher of The Tech and Co-President of the MIT Pre-Medical Society, as well as dancing with the Asian Dance Team and Ballroom Dance Team. From California.

Cathy Nguyen: “Los poemas que vinculan (Linking Poems).” Class of 2020 MIT. Majored in Biological Engineering (Course 20) and Minored in Spanish. Went to Spain with MISTI and worked in a translational medicine lab in Madrid. Currently in the Boston area working in life science consulting.