In this era of globalization, the command of foreign languages has never been more important. become a necessity in our engagement with the worlds of contemporary science, technology, business, and diplomacy. There are, of course, many other pleasures to be had from mastery of a second language, including access to great literary and cinematic masterpieces. Join us to live, learn, and grow beyond the current borders of your world!
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At Romance Studies, we the study of literatures, film, and cultures of the French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish speaking world.
offer offers degree programs in French, Italian, Portuguese & Brazilian Cultural Studies, and Spanish. interdisciplinary, other SEO key words. We’re great, yah!
literatures, cultures, film, and other media
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February 19, 2019
The latest edition of CAS News profiled one of our new full-time faculty members – Jennifer Cazenave! Read the full interview below. Department and Title: Romance Studies, Assistant Professor of French Hometown:... [ More ]
February 15, 2019
Adela Pineda, Professor of Spanish, has completed her newest work: The Mexican Revolution on the World Stage, to be published by SUNY Press in August 2019. From the publisher: The first major... [ More ]
February 5, 2019
The latest edition of CAS News profiled one of our new full-time faculty members - Boris Corredor! Read the full interview below. Department and Title: Romance Studies, Lecturer in Spanish Hometown: Bogotá, [ More ]
January 16, 2019
Last November, Gerardo Cruz G. presented a paper titled “Performatividad y visualización social de Gómez-Peña: migración (in)documentada e identidad trasnacional México-Estados Unidos” at the International Colloquia Le theatre hors de lui at... [ More ]
January 10, 2019
Adela Pineda, formerly Associate Professor of Spanish, has been promoted to Professor of Spanish. Professor Pineda is widely respected for her work on Mexican literature and film, particularly during the... [ More ]