Admissions & Info:
Professor interviewed about future of reading.
E-book or print book: Does it matter? According to new research by American University linguistics professor Naomi Baron, depending on the circumstances, the answer is yes.
The Library now offers Pronunciator—free language-learning software with a host of useful features.
Spanish graduate student Caroline Duchin presented research at the Student Research Conference.
Languages and alphabets are not just historical artifacts—they also shape our cultures and perceptions of the world. This symposium will explore the importance of language and what happens when languages and writing systems die out.
Lanaea (Parker) Featherstone awarded $60,000 to help Baltimore’s Latino immigrant community.
Please contact the World Languages and Cultures main office:
McCabe Hall 215
World Languages and Cultures Department Meeting