Designed to teach students to express themselves clearly and effectively in French, the program in French and Francophone Studies also acquaints them with the depth and breadth of literary and cultural expression in French. > more
An interdisciplinary minor, Italian Studies enables those who wish to extend their study beyond language to areas of Italian literature, history, film, art history and music. Students may also petition for an Independent Major to further expand their Italian studies. > more
Promoting not only communication skills, Hispanic studies encourages exploration of cultural contexts and texts to lead to a broad understanding of issues facing Hispanic communities. > more
Congratulations to our graduates in Romance Studies
Sincere congratulations to all of our Romance Studies majors and minors who graduated on Sunday, May 19, 2013!!!
Special congratulations to:
Laura Yvonne Aguirre Bedoya, winner of the Eli D. and Mollie Goodstein Prize in Spanish;
Lily Emma Glickstein, winner of the Murray Sachs Prize for Outstanding Work and Dedication in French and Francophone Studies;
Benjamin Sargent, winner of the Anna S. Aronson Memorial Award given to a student with outstanding promise in French and Francophone Studies.
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