As a first-generation student and founder of the CSU Musicology Club with a strong interest in musician representation, Annie Koppes has left a legacy of ambition, drive and resiliency here at CSU.
As the weather gets colder, it means the holiday season is rapidly approaching! So, as we celebrate in a variety of ways, the Language, Literature, and culture department will have an altered schedule as well. From December 20th to January 10th, our office will either be closed or staff will be working remotely! This being […]
When more of life began moving online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so too did the feminist literary movement in Latin America.
We are pleased to announce the LLC Lecture Series, which returns for one lecture this semester and four lectures in the spring. All lectures will be held on Mondays, 4-5pm, in person with a Zoom option, given in English and followed by a question and answer session. All are welcome. On Monday, 29 November (the […]
Looking for the most up to date German course offerings for this spring? Look no further! SP22 German UD Flyer
French Professor Frédérique Grim has been recognized for her awesome virtual exchange idea during the pandemic! Click here to read all about it! Toutes nos félicitations, Prof. Grim!
The department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures seeks an Assistant Professor of Spanish for Specific Purposes with a solid foundation in Needs Analysis and Task-Based Language Instruction. This is a nine-month, tenure-track appointment to begin August 16, 2022. This position will teach five undergraduate and graduate courses per year, This position will coordinate a team […]
On October 12th, Colorado State University’s Language, Literature, and Culture department and the CSU French Club are excited to announce a lecture by journalist Nabil Wakim. In this lecture, Wakim will be diving into the taboo surrounding Arabic in France. This lecture is open to the public, but will be primarily spoken in French. Can’t […]
In a 2021 monthly series, we share stories that reflect our curiosity, ability to adapt, engagement with the community, and research and creative expertise. This month, we are focusing on knowledge and creative artistry.
Like everything else this past year, teaching and the student licensure program have been heavily affected by the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.