Modern Languages and Literatures offers a variety of undergraduate courses and program options in Comparative Literature and Culture, Digital Humanities, German Language and Culture, Italian Language and Culture, and Spanish Language and Linguistics and Hispanic Cultures. Courses in Hindi, Japanese, Arabic, Portuguese, Persian, Korean, and Russian language and culture are also offered.
Laurence de Looze is a Professor of Comparative Literatures and Cultures, and teaches the introductory course CLC1020:From Homer to Picasso. Laurence is also a Fellow in the School for Advanced Studies in the Arts and Humanities (SASAH). Visit his personal website.
Alena Robin is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Modern Languages. Her areas of specialty include Latin American Art: Baroque, Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries; Theories of Art and Artistic Literature in Spain and Latin America; Historiography of Viceregal Painting in New Spain.
Community Service Learning in the Hispanic World: Guatemala- History, Culture and People in Context is an interdisciplinary community service learning (CSL) course on- and in- Guatemala Read more