Maxine Arnheiter

Administrative Assistant

Bio

Maxine discovered her affinity for French language and culture while living with a host family and studying French literature in Rennes, Brittany during her junior year of high school with School Year Abroad. During her time at SYA, her parents took beginner’s classes at the French Library—it was then that Maxine first learned of the library’s existence. Maxine continued with her French studies at Tufts University, majoring in English and French literature with a concentration in visual studies. Along with her time in Rennes, Maxine lived in Paris for a summer where she worked at a small art gallery in the Marais.

Six years after her high school experience in France and a year post college graduation, Maxine is thrilled to be the Administrative Assistant to the French Library, where she hopes to continue learning about and celebrating French culture and literature. In her free time, Maxine enjoys reading, seeing the newest art films at Kendall Square Cinema, and going for runs around the Esplanade.

Articles by Maxine Arnheiter

While planning my trip to Paris last month, I was most looking forward to eating a crêpe from a certain small, blue window in the…

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The French Library is currently hosting a lecture series from MFA French Associate Guide Isabelle Slotine, the final lecture of which will be tomorrow night.…

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This past Friday, our Bastille Day celebration was back for another installment at the charming La Voile in Brookline; over 70 guests enjoyed French appetizers…

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As we reach the rainy middle of July in Boston, I find myself drawn to my old favorite French films about summertime. I can sit…

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Spring—or, more specifically, that first day when you open the window in your office and the smell of blooming magnolias is carried in on the…

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Each year, the broad diversity of French language speakers is celebrated during the month of March, le mois de la francophonie. French is spoken by…

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