University of Louisiana at Lafayette
The Department of Modern Languages at UL Lafayette offers the following degree programs:
• at the undergraduate level: B.A. in Modern Languages with a concentration in French, Spanish, or German, as well as minors in those three languages. We also offer a range of courses in Latin, Arabic, and English for speakers of other languages (ESOL).
• at the graduate level: M.A. in French (three tracks), Ph. D. in Francophone Studies.
The programs in French focus on France and the Francophone world, including Louisiana. The programs in Spanish focus strongly, although not exclusively, on Latin America. Many of our faculty are noted scholars in their fields and represent many areas of the Francophone and Hispanophone worlds.
Our faculty takes a strong, campus-wide interest in cross-disciplinary study. We work closely with colleagues in the Center for Acadian and Creole Folklore and in the Center for Cultural and Eco-Tourism, as well as in Anthropology, English, Film Studies, Folklore, History and Geography, Humanities, Latin American Studies, Music, and Women's Studies, and we regularly offer team-taught courses with colleagues in these disciplines.
Department Head and German Language Coordinator
Dr. Caroline Huey
Ms. Regina LaBiche
Dr. Amadou Ouédraogo
Spanish Section Coordinator
Dr. Richard Winters
Teaching Assistant Supervisor and Language Resource Center Director
Dr. Tamara Lindner
For faculty listings, click here.
Department of Modern Languages P.O. Box 43331 University of Louisiana at Lafayette Lafayette, LA 70504
Location: Griffin Hall Room 453 Corner of Rex and East Lewis Streets
Phone: (337) 482 6811 Fax: (337) 482 5446 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
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