Who’s Who in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages
Hildegard F. Glass
Valentini Papadopoulou Brady (Emerita), Alessandro Carrera, Luisetta Chomel (Emerita), Claudine Giacchetti, Casey Dué Hackney, Marie Theresa Hernández, Dora Pozzi (Emeritus), Xiaohong (Sharon) Wen, Robert Zaretsky, Marc Zimmerman (Emeritus)
Richard Armstrong, Francesca Behr, Hildegard Glass, Nina Tucci, Harry Walsh (Emeritus)
Emran El-Badawi, Monica Ercolani (Instructional), Michael Fares (Instructional), Tanja Hellmann (Instructional), Julia Kleinheider (Instructional), Marshall McArthur (Instructional), Duy Lap Nguyen, Amelia Ying Qin, Julie Tolliver, Jing Zhang (Instructional)
Lecturers & Instructors:
Sandra Frieden, Christina Giliberti, Elena McGee, Helen Nakamoto, Kagenobu Nakamoto, Nam Van Nguyen, Anne C. Reitz, Christina Voulali, Rachel Early, Marie-Celine Johnson
Chinese Studies Director:
Xiaohong Sharon Wen
Classical Studies Director:
Casey Dué Hackney
French Program Director:
German Program Director:
Italian Studies Director:
World Cultures and Literature Undergraduate Director:
Marie Theresa Hernández
World Cultures and Literature Graduate Director:
Degrees and Majors
The Department of Modern and Classical Languages offers the Bachelor of Arts degree in Chinese Studies, French, Italian Studies, and World Cultures and Literatures. The World Cultures and Literatures B.A. offers the following concentrations: Ancient Studies, German Studies, Francophone Culture Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Global Cinema Studies, and Global Modernity Studies.
Minor programs include Arab Studies, Chinese, French, French for Business-Related Professions, German, German Area Studies, Greek, Italian, Jewish Studies, Latin, and World Cultures and Literature. Requirements for minors precede the listing of courses.
Teacher certification for secondary education is available in French, Latin, and Italian studies.
Majors must maintain a minimum cumulative 2.50 grade point average in all courses attempted in the major and must demonstrate or attain at least (fourth semester) level proficiency in a second foreign language.