The department will host an open house from 3 to 5 p.m. on Nov. 4 in its new renovated conference room, Clark C-101. Students, faculty and staff from other departments are invited to attend the event, which will feature refreshments and activities.
News and Events
Every semester the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures invites speakers on and off campus to present their current research to students and faculty.
The Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures not only just changed its name to Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures but has also added two new cutting-edge faculty members to round out its already diverse specializations in ten different languages, literatures and cultures. Assistant Professor Sophie Esch, a Latin American cultural studies scholar who works […]
By Dustin Begay and Mako BeeckenPart dance, part theater, part CGI animation, Mystical Abyss is a visually striking live performance piece. It brings together ancient stories and legends from Japanese Jomon culture and Native American creation myths, focusing on the cyclical story of death and rebirth, and set to the music of John O’Keefe. In […]
CSU’s High School Language Day, will be on October 21, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The goal of this day is to introduce high school students to CSU and help them experience language learning at the university level. We are offering a variety of activities including a Language Street Fair with study abroad […]
This year the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures celebrates for the first time the International Translation Day with two talks on translation by exceptional guest speakers: Geoff Norby and Corinne McKay. These two local professional translators will share with us their experiences on different fields of the professional translation world. On October 7 at […]
Three seminars offered by University of London PhD candidates Leire Barrera-Medrano and Dan Eltringham (Department of English and the Humanities, Birkberk College). 1) Leire Barrera-Medrano, “The Discovery and Creation of a Nineteenth-Century Archive,” Wednesday, September 9th, 12-1, LSC 308-310. 2) Leire Barrero-Medrano, “Oscard Wilde and Velázquez: The Aesthetics of Black Spain”. Wednesday, September 16th, 1-2, Education […]
Announcing a one-time only $10,000 Scholarship to Study in Spain. Calling all Department of Foreign Languages and Literature majors, minors & graduate students! Want to study in Spain, but don’t have the money? The Matthew P. Shoup Spain Study Abroad Scholarship can make your dream a reality. Who can apply? Department of Foreign Languages & […]
Evgeniya Pystovskaya and Hala Amro Received Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant Award to Colorado State University Evgeniya Pystovskaya of Russia and Hala Amro of Jordan have been awarded a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA) Program grant to serve as a teaching assistant in Russian and Arabic respectively and take courses at Colorado State University […]
The 15th Annual Diversity Symposium will be held Sept 23-25 in the Lory Student Center. The symposium has grown tremendously since the first single-day “Diversity Summit” that took place more than 11 years ago. This year sessions are focused on trending diversity topics in higher education, with special attention focused on topics directly relating to […]
Fort Collins Children's Theatre presents a sign language interpreted performance of "The Little Mermaid", Friday Nov. 16, 7pm. Complimentary ticket for deaf/HH plus one companion, additional tickets at group rate [...]
Join us at Old Town Library for the French World Language Storytime! Saturday, November 10th, 10-11am.
International Careers Panel, March 28, 2018, 3pm - 5pm