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FLL Symposium on [In]voluntary Migration

The Department is sponsoring a symposium on "[In]voluntary Migration Around the Globe: The Good, the Bad, and the Unknown". Feb. 20-24, 2017. Passport Wellness events will include art, film, distinguished speakers and international roundtables.

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Marijeta Bozovic
Lecture on Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich

Dr. Marijeta Bozovic of the Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures at Yale University will speak on "Voices from the Post-Soviet World: Svetlana Alexievich and the Politics of Prose". Thursday, April 6, 2017. 6:00 pm, Faulkner Gallery, (2nd Floor, Joyner Library)

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Jason Port URCA Winner
Russian Studies Research Award Winner

Russian Studies student Jason Port was awarded an Undergraduate Research and Creativity Award (URCA) to work on “Perceptions and Realities: Russian-American Foreign Policy and Popular Perception Since Putin’s 2012 Reelection.” His mentor is Dr. Justin Wilmes.

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New Global Living Learning Community

The Department is coordinating a new living-learning community, 'Global LLC' for fall 2017. It is campus living for first-year students who are passionate about international issues, cultures and learning languages.

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New Concentration in Global Studies

FLL is pleased to announce the creation of a new "Global Studies" concentration under the BA in Foreign Languages and Literatures (in addtion to the current French, German, Hispanic Studies and Teacher-Ed). Global Studies will allow students to combine courses from two languages and culture courses in translation.

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