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Japanese students 2017
Three students receive Scholarships to study in Kyoto, Japan

Congratulations to Mariama Abubakri, Chelsie Hargrove, and K'Shylah Whitehurst from the Japanese program! The students received the Jim and Pam Mullen THCAS Study Abroad Scholarship. They will participate in the summer 2017 Kyoto Field Study led by Prof. John Tucker.

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Frédéric Fladenmuller, Paris 2017
Dr. Fladenmuller a guest speaker at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France

Dr. Frédéric Fladenmuller in this photo on March 7th 2017 in front of France's oldest and most prestigious academic institution: the Sorbonne university in Paris, founded in 1110. It was Dr. Fladenmuller’s second invitation to be a guest speaker at the Sorbonne since 2015.

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Dr. Jensen interviewed by Goethe Institut

Dr. Birgit Jensen was recently interviewed by the Goethe Institut on flipping her Beginning German classrooms. The Goethe Institut is the globally present, federally funded cultural association that promotes the study of the German language and encourages international cultural exchanges.

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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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Global Studies
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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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 of Joyner Library.

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