Modern and Classical Languages
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Department Activity Chronicled in Newsletter

Department Activity Chronicled in Newsletter

The 2006-2007 department newsletter is dedicated to chair Jeff Chamberlain, whose leadership and wit were missed during his time away. It contains information about the new full-time faculty and updates from each of the language sections.

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Newsletter Tells Story of Active Department

Newsletter Tells Story of Active Department

Recent developments in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages are described in the recently published newsletter for 2005-2006. This edition contains information on the new full-time faculty, a "what's new" section, updates from each of the language programs, and a list of the students recognized in the annual awards ceremony in May 2005.

Department Launches Newsletter

Department Launches Newsletter

Chair Jeff Chamberlain welcomes readers to the department newsletter for 2004-2005. The publication includes information on new full-time faculty, updates from the language sections, congratulations to the talented students who were recognized at the department's annual awards ceremony, and alumni news.

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.