Department of Modern Foreign Languages & Literatures


  • “ LA MAFIA OGGI IN ITALIA”            A   LECTURE   BY    SUSANNA DELFINO      “ LA MAFIA OGGI IN ITALIA” A LECTURE BY SUSANNA DELFINO
    University of Genova, Italy Wednesday, November 5th, 11:10am in Hodges 252 Event sponsored by Ready For The World inside the Linkage agreement between UT and UNIGE.
  • Workshop for Graduate Students: On Conference Presentations & Panel Moderation Workshop for Graduate Students: On Conference Presentations & Panel Moderation
    October 30th 4:30pm-6pm at Calhoun's on the River. Panelists: Prof. Drew Paul & Ph.D. Candidate Jason Stinnett
  • Day of the Dead Celebration: Altar Competition & Film Festival Day of the Dead Celebration: Altar Competition & Film Festival
    Friday, October 31. 10am-6pm. Hodges Library Auditorium and Atrium. Stop by any time during your busy day! Additional info: https://www.smore.com/15y99
  • International Education Week at UT International Education Week at UT
    Students in German program receive prizes for MFLL Poetry Contest during September 2014 International Education Week
  • Public Presentation: Converging Limits: Shari'ah & the U.S. Constitution Public Presentation: Converging Limits: Shari'ah & the U.S. Constitution
    Dr. Sherman Jackson, King Faisal Chair in Islamic Thought and Culture and Professor of Religion, Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity, and Director of the Center for Islamic Thought, Culture and Practice at the University of Southern California. 7pm Tuesday, October 28, 2014 James R. Cox Auditorium (Alumni Memorial Building)
  • Greg Kaplan receives NEH Fellowship Greg Kaplan receives NEH Fellowship
    He will receive more than $25,000 for his project that studies the intersection between Dutch Christian Hebraism and Jewish apologetic writing.
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The Department of Modern Foreign Languages & Literatures develops language proficiency to foster critical thinking through literary, cinematic, and linguistic analysis and hence to establish incisive perspectives on cultures and civilizations, including our own. The many faculty and student accomplishments in research, teaching, and service to the community build a solid foundation for exciting professional futures by informed, engaged citizens.

Students can earn a B.A. in French, German, Italian, Russian, or Spanish with concentrations in Literature and Culture or Language and World Business. A bachelor's degree in the Asian Studies Interdisciplinary Program can include a concentration in Chinese or Japanese, and the parallel Latin American Studies Program includes a Portuguese concentration.

We also provide laboratory-based language learning in Hebrew, and Persian. For more information, please visit "Taped Language Program".




 

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