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Alumni Portraits

Are you a GS alum with a degree in foreign languages? We would love to feature you to show how foreign languages can impact one’s life. Here are examples of what this would look like. If interested, please contact the department and let us know what you are doing with your foreign language skills. Email […]

FREE Books (and more)

Looking for good reads, perhaps in a foreign language? Grab a free book (or two or more…) off the book case outside the Department of World Languages and Cultures’ Library (2034 IAB, second floor). There may be other items such as posters, maps etc. as well. If you see something that interests you on the […]

Culture on Display

The boards in IAB in the seating area at the second floor landing and along the wall between classrooms 2031 and 2029 will feature language and culture-related displays. These rotating exhibits promote the diversity of our cultures and of our FL programs. Stop by occasionally and take a look. Suggestions welcome! Here is an example […]

Support Foreign Languages

The Department of Foreign Languages operates several funds that are used to support various activities. Here is a list with account numbers. Any donation is welcome and greatly appreciated. Please contact Eagle Giving. GS0152 Department of Foreign Languages AS2683 Foreign Languages AS2687 French Club Fund GS0547 German Fund AS2689 Language Laboratory to Support Instruction in […]

Amarie on Gourmont

Dr. Olga Amarie’s literary criticism entry on Remy de Gourmont (1858-1915) was published in the Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism (TCLC) series by Layman Poupard Publishing for Gale/Cengage Learning’s Literature Criticism Series, the largest curated online collection of literary criticism in the world. Dr. Amarie had a double role in the project, that of academic advisor and that […]

Rangel on Muñiz-Huberman

Dr. Dolores Rangel’s long-awaited article “Entre el vacío y la plenitud: la poética de Angelina Muñiz-Huberman” will soon appear in Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica.

Segovia in Picaresque Literature

Dr. Michael J. McGrath, Académico Correspondiente de la Real Academia de Historia y Arte de San Quirce, published an excellent newspaper article in Segovia’s El Adelantado: “La ciudad de Segovia en la literatura picaresca” (“The City of Segovia in Picaresque Literature”). The article concisely reviews Spanish picaresque narrative and highlights the role of Segovia in […]

Students discuss the program

Students discuss their experiences with the program

Award for Mike McGrath

Dr Mike McGrath received the College of Arts and Humanities’ “Senior Award for Excellence”, which goes to a faculty member who has been at GS for at least 10 years. Please join us in congratulating Mike and in thanking him for his contributions to GS!