INTL Summer School of Archeology and Modern Greek Language

Dear Colleague, We would be grateful if you could help us circulate the attached advertisement for the “International Summer School of Archaeology and Greek Language” organized by the Toumba Excavation of the Department of Archaeology and the School of Modern Greek Language, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. The Summer School will take place in July 2017 and will include both seminars

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Dr. Jensen interviewed by Goethe Institut

Dr. Birgit Jensen was recently interviewed by the Goethe Institut, the globally present, federally funded cultural association that promotes the study of the German language and encourages international cultural exchanges. In Sept. 2016, Dr. Jensen gave a presentation on flipping her Beginning German classrooms at GETVICO, a virtual conference organized by the AATG and the Goethe Institut (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTdxnx2SBJA). The interview

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Three students from FL&L Dept. receive Scholarships to study in Kyoto, Japan

Congratulations Japanese Scholars!  Three students from the Japanese program in Foreign Languages and Literatures Department have been chosen to receive the Jim and Pam Mullen Thomas Harriot College Study Abroad Scholarship.  Please join us in honoring the achievements of Mariama Abubakri, Chelsie Hargrove, and K’Shylah Whitehurst.  They will all be participating in the 2017 Kyoto Field Study led by Prof.

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Dr. Fladenmuller a guest speaker at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France

Dr. Frédéric Fladenmuller in this photo on March 7th 2017 in front of France’s oldest and most prestigious academic institution: the Sorbonne university in Paris, founded in 1110. There and in front of a learned audience Dr. Frédéric Fladenmuller gave a talk entitled L’écriture de la Maladie: Virginia Woolf Lectrice de Marcel Proust. It was Dr. Fladenmuller’s second invitation to be a guest speaker

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FLL & Russian Studies Symposium on “Resurgent Russia: Friend or Foe?”

The Russian Studies program is hosting a Symposium on “Resurgent Russia: Friend or Foe?”, March 16-17 in Faulkner Gallery of Joyner Library. The Symposium will consist of three segments: ​​Keynote Address by Dr. Alexander Cooley (Columbia University in NY), Prof. of Political Science and Director of the Harriman Institute – on the theme of “Resurgent Russia: Friend or Foe?” Thursday,

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3rd Annual DISSH Symposium, March 16, 2017, 8:00-5:15 in Joyner Library’s Faulkner Gallery

  The Foreign Languages and Literatures Department is co-sponsoring The Digital Innovation and Scholarship in the Social Sciences and Humanities (DISSH) Symposium, March 16, 2017, 8:00-5:15, in the J.Y. Joyner Library’s Faulkner Gallery (2nd floor). The distinguished speakers and panelists will engage in discussions on various topics related to digital scholarship. Read more at: https://calendar.ecu.edu/event/3rd_annual_dissh_symposium#.WLcT6hDgGL8 http://www.ecu.edu/cs-cas/DISSH/dissh2017.cfm

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Jason Port, URCA Award Winner in Russian Studies

Russian Studies student Jason Port was awarded an Undergraduate Research and Creativity Award (URCA) this year to work on a research project with his mentor, Dr. Justin Wilmes of the FLL Department. The project is titled “Perceptions and Realities: Russian-American Foreign Policy and Popular Perception Since Putin’s 2012 Reelection.” Jason’s paper was recently accepted to the University of Pittsburgh’s European

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