Undergraduate Course Catalog 2008-2009
College of Liberal Arts
Chairperson: Edward T. Larkin
Professor: Barbara T. Cooper, Janet Gold, Edward T. Larkin, Ronald D. LeBlanc, Nancy Lukens, Claire-Lise Malarte-Feldman
Associate Professor: Nadine S. Bérenguier, Arna Beth Bronstein, Roger S. Brown, Stephen Andrew Brunet, John M. Chaston, Carmen Garcia de la Rasilla, Marco Dorfsman, Aleksandra Fleszar, Piero Garofalo, Lori Hopkins, Lina Lee, Jaume Marti-Olivella, Mary E. Rhiel, Juliette M. Rogers, Robert Scott Smith, Stephen M. Trzaskoma
Assistant Professor: Amy Boylan
Affiliate Faculty: Richard C. House
Senior Lecturer: Mary Kathleen Belford, Richard E. Clairmont, Katharine E. Stansfield, Elisa F. Stoykovich
Lecturer: Marie Dravasa, Joseph C. Dunn, Johannes T. Frank, Claire-Helene Gaudissart, Maria I. Gonzales, Sarah E. Hirsch, Pamela B. Ikegami, Darby Tench Leicht, Catherine M. Peebles, Cindy Pulkkinen, Anna K. Sandstrom, Linda J. Thomsen
The Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures offers undergraduate majors in Classics, French, French Studies, German, Greek, Latin, Russian, Spanish, and European Cultural Studies, plus a minor in Italian and coursework in Arabic, Chinese, Hittite, Sanskrit, Japanese, and Portuguese. A combined B.A. in French/M.B.A. degree and an M.A. in Spanish are also offered.
In addition, the department sponsors several study abroad programs and a variety of co-curricular activities including conversation hours and language clubs.
A B.A. degree at the University requires the fulfillment of a foreign language requirement. Students must fulfill this requirement by the end of their sophomore year. Please see the Bachelor of Arts Degree Requirements.
Undergraduates who choose to pursue a major or minor in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures may wish to consider complementing their studies with the dual major in International Affairs, with the teacher education program, or with any of the other majors and minors available through the University of New Hampshire. Such coursework will not only broaden a student’s intellectual horizons, but may also serve to enhance his or her employment opportunities or prospects for graduate education.