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French faculty Dr. Kathleen Antonioli and Dr. Cro received a grant to develop the exciting new translation course“Translating the Freedom Papers: Charles De Gaulle and WWII Correspondence”! Read below to find more about their interdisciplinary project!
La Société Française held the first annual Modern Languages Study Abroad Night on November 16, 2015. The evening included presentations from faculty members in Modern Languages about study abroad trips to Spain, Italy, Germany, and France. There was also a presentation by the Study Abroad Office and a round-table discussion of student study abroad participants. Continue reading “Modern Languages Study Abroad Night”→
The Spanish Club at the Department of Modern Languages at Kansas State University is an organization that offers Spanish minors and majors the opportunity to speak Spanish, meet other students, and get to know more about Hispanic culture. Continue reading “K-state Spanish Club”→
Dr. Laura Kanost’s book, Latin American Women and the Literature of Madness: Narratives at the Crossroads of Gender, Politics and the Mind, co-written with Dr. Elvira Sánchez-Blake, was published in 2015 by McFarland & Company. Find out more about the book, the author and the writing process! Continue reading “Faculty Publication Spotlight: Dr. Laura Kanost”→