DML News

Graduation Dec. 2015The Department of Languages & Literatures would like to congratulate all of our December 2015 graduates! Here's wishing you all the best as you take your next steps. 


Spanish Heritage StudentsSpanish for Heritage Speakers will be among L&L's course offerings in the Spring 2016 semester. Click here to find out more information.


Eiffel TowerThinking about studying abroad this summer? Consider L&L faculty-led programs in Cuba, France, Ireland and Spain.  Click here to learn more.


TESOL Conversation CornerThe TESOL Conversation Corner provides an opportunity for those looking to practice or improve English speaking skills to do so in a casual setting. Stop by Tuesdays at 12:00 p.m. or Wednesdays at 3:00 p.m. in the CME. Click here to find out more information.



FTRS Fall 15The Final Thursday Reading Series celebrates its 15th season. Click here to find out about all the 2015-16 readers.



North American ReviewClick here to see pictures from the North American Review's Bicentennial Creative Writing & Literature Conference.  This Summer 2015 event featured keynote speakers Martín Espada, Patricia Hampl and Steven Schwartz.

Spanish conversation clubJoin the Spanish Conversation Club this month near Chats in the Union to practice your Spanish speaking skills. Meetings will be held throughout the month of April. Click here for more information.



TESOL alumniJoin us in Seerley Hall 115, Monday, April 13 at 4 p.m. for TESOL alumni lectures followed by a roundtable discussion. Refreshments will be served. Click here for more information.


2015 UNI Writing AwardsAll undergraduate Majors and Minors in English and/or TESOL who will be enrolled for Summer or Fall 2015 are eligible to win thousands of dollars by entering the 2015 UNI Writing Awards. EXTENDED DEADLINE: Midnight, April 4, 2015. Recognition Reception: Saturday, April 25, 2015. Click here for more information.



Grant Tracey- Film Showing Join L&L's Grant Tracey on select Thursdays this semester at the Hearst Center for free film screenings and discussions of film noir, Method-acting realism, early filmmakers, and indie cinema. Tracey will lead a question-and-answer period at the conclusion of each movie. Open to the public. Click here for more information.


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