World Languages & Cultures, Department of

Announcement    Wednesday, November 3, 2021
The Department of World Languages and Cultures is hosting International Coffee Hour. Drop-by between 11am-1pm on November 3, 2021 in the Arts & Sciences Courtyard. Don't miss the chance to chat with faculty, staff and students in your favorite world language and enjoy coffee and snacks.
Announcement    Monday, November 1, 2021
This one-day symposium features invited speakers and renowned experts in gender and sexuality in the age of Cervantes. Discussions will focus on how scholars will continue analyzing same-sex affect in early modern Spanish literature, especially when considering renderings in Renaissance art and literature, framed by classical myth and epic, as proposed by such critics as James M. Saslow and Leonard Barkan. The invited speakers are influential experts in their respective fields.  Speakers...
Event    Friday, November 5, 2021
This one-day symposium features invited speakers and renowned experts in gender and sexuality in the age of Cervantes. Discussions will focus on how scholars will continue analyzing same-sex affect in early modern Spanish literature, especially when considering renderings in Renaissance art and literature, framed by classical myth and epic, as proposed by such critics as James M. Saslow and Leonard Barkan. The invited speakers are influential experts in their respective fields.  Speakers...
Announcement    Tuesday, October 5, 2021
International Coffee Hour scheduled for 10/6 in the A&S Courtyard has been cancelled due to predicted rain.  Please visit gcsu.edu/lrc for details on upcoming events.
Announcement    Monday, August 30, 2021
The group is open to all Faculty in campus. The goal of the group is research and publication related providing Faculty with a quiet weekly space to write one section/part of a section of an academic article they are planning to submit for publication by December 15th 2021. This group will function as accountable peers, who will keep track of our progress. To this end, we will form accountability pairs.  If you are interested, all you have to do is sign up here https://bit.ly/3iyptQI ...
Announcement    Wednesday, August 25, 2021
The World Languages and Cultures Department is seeking to hire a Federal Work Study student. This position will assist with daily office operations as determined by Supervisor. Duties and responsibilities require interpersonal and clerical skills and an understanding of effective customer service. Duties may include: greeting visitors, answering and directing telephone calls, scanning, data entry, filing, sorting, photocopying, and maintaining records, making deliveries, running errands,...
Announcement    Wednesday, August 25, 2021
Are you currently in a language and culture course? Are you a French or Spanish minor? A World Languages and Cultures major? Or just interested in languages and cultures? Join us for the World Languages and Cultures Department Open-House and Semester Kick-Off this Thursday, August 26. Drop by and meet faculty and other students between 3:30 and 6:00. We will be outside Beeson Hall, between Beeson and Parks Memorial building. Refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!!
Event    Thursday, August 26, 2021
Are you currently in a language and culture course? Are you a French or Spanish minor? A World Languages and Cultures major? Or just interested in languages and cultures? Join us for the World Languages and Cultures Department Open-House and Semester Kick-Off this Thursday, August 26. Drop by and meet faculty and other students between 3:30 and 6:00. We will be outside Beeson Hall, between Beeson and Parks Memorial building. Refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!!
Announcement    Tuesday, August 24, 2021
The Symposium on Gender & Sexuality seeks student presentations this fall.  If you are interested in any of the following themes, we want to hear from you.  (Your presentation does not have to relate to Spain or the Early Modern period).The Symposium on Gender & Sexuality seeks student presentations this fall.  Women & Gender Studies; Gender & Sexuality; Nonbinary; Queer Studies; Affect Studies (feeling, emotion, mood); Queer Theory; Gay & Lesbian Studies; Homoaffectivity (same-sex...