Introduction to Literature. WR 100 Equivalent CAS XL 100 introduces basic methods of literary study through interpretation and discussion of texts from a wide variety of literary traditions. Topics include symbolism, genre, translation, film adaptation, cross-cultural appropriation, and theories of “cultural capital.” We will pay special attention to the question of... More
Boston University is proud to host the 19th Annual American Association of Teachers of Korean Conference from June 19 to 21st. Please find all information here.
Two MLCL professors, Abigail Gilman and Yoon Sun Yang, took a selfie on the way to the BUCH Incoming Fellows' luncheon on May 2. Professor Gillman will be a Jeffrey Henderson Senior Research Fellow and Professor Yang, a Junior Faculty Fellow for the academic year 2014-2015.
Six Boston University students won Gold, Silver and Bronze awards, as well as Honorable Mentions, in the National Post-Secondary Russian Essay Contest, sponsored by the American Council of Teachers of Russian (http://actr.org/). Over 1,000 students from all over the United States compete in the contest every year, and many of... More
We are excited to report that two German Language and Literature Majors have won prestigious Fulbright Scholarships. Congratulations Matthew Egger and Alex Williams! Matthew Egger, graduating senior was awarded a Fulbright grant for next year. He will be attending the first year of a Master’s program in classical archaeology and ancient numismatics at... More
You can minor in Korean at BU! To find out the requirements for the Korean minor, please visit: http://www.bu.edu/mlcl/korean/ Declare a minor in Korean online! http://www.bu.edu/casadvising/major-minor-declaration-form/
Join us on April 23, 2014 2:30-3:30pm 855 Commonwealth Avenue Concert Hall Sattriya Dance is one of eight classical dances of India, the word sattriya is derived from sattra meaning monastery. Traditionally it was performed by the monks initiated into the devotional order of poet-saint Shankardev. This dance performance is a dramatic retelling... More
Join us for the 2014 Persian Symposium! See the full schedule here!
Time: 6:00 pm on Friday, March 21, 2014 Location: The BU Castle, 225 Bay State Road In Bending Adversity, Financial Times Asia editor David Pilling presents a fresh vision of Japan, drawing on his own deep experience, as well as observations from a cross section of Japanese citizenry, including novelist Haruki Murakami, More