Modern and Classical Languages
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

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Olson Publishes Article

Olson Publishes Article

Literary interlocutors of posterity, chief among them Dante, serve as much as an inspiration to compose both verse and prose. In revisiting the phrase “le Muse son donne,” it is then, perhaps, those men who come closer to resembling “donne” rather than so many “papere.”

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Husseinali Publishes On-Line Article

Husseinali Publishes On-Line Article

"From my perspective as Academic Director, I wanted to provide as much opportunity as possible to maximize learning of the Arabic language (standard and dialect) and to provide activities to ensure student interaction with local communities to gain insight into local perspectives."

Wagner on Tony Schumacher

Wagner on Tony Schumacher

Imgard Wagner, Modern and Classical Languages, published an essay "Tony Schumacher, Jugendschriftstellerin aus Ludwigsburg, Zeugin bewegter Zeiten," in a volume on 18th- to 20th-century women writers from the Ludwigsburg area. Irmgard's essay portrays the children's literature writer Tony Schumacher (1848-1931) as a witness of the eventful times in which she lived and wrote.