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German students present research project at NeMLA

Two of our current German students, Han Yan and Shuyu Chen, successfully presented their Aresty Research Project "World Languages at Rutgers: a Multimedia Project" at the Undergraduate Research Symposium of the 50th Anniversary Convention of the North-East Modern Language Association Conference (NeMLA), Washington DC, under the direction of Dr. Alexander Pichugin. NeMLA is a prestigious regional conference, and we are all very proud of their hard work!

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Experiencing Fairy Tales without the "G" Rating

Martha Helfer's Fairy Tales course was featured in Rutgers Today and the SAS News Digest. It's one of our department's most popular courses year after year - for good reason! Click here to read more.

Austrian director Markus Kupferblum will join us as the Fall 2018 Craig-Kade Scholar in Residence

Austrian director Markus Kupferblum will join the department in Fall 2018 as our Craig-Kade Scholar in Residence. He will teach our first undergraduate drama class. Click here to learn more about this exciting course!

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Translator and writer Peter Wortsman will teach in Fall 2018

Translator and writer Peter Wortsman will teach a graduate seminar (open to qualified undergraduates) on translation; he will also offer two workshops for the Rutgers community on translation. Click here to read more about this course!