World-renowned opera expert Fred Plotkin to give 10th Euliano Lecture

February 06, 2019  Plotkin, a universally recognized opera expert, travels the world teaching audiences about opera. On Tuesday, February 12, 2019, he will speak in room 117 of the UCF Teaching Academy as the part of the 10th Neil R. Euliano Professorship Lecture Series. Plotkin’s lecture is called “Why Is Opera So Popular?”...

Latin American Studies receives Department of Education grant

November 20, 2018  The Latin American Studies program has been awarded a two-year grant entitled “America: Connecting the Continents,” by the U.S. Department of Education.

Latin American Studies partners with EdUSA internships

November 18, 2018  The EdUSA Internship is a customizable experience organized with the Latin American Studies program at UCF. Here are four students’ stories.

CAH alumnus and UCF’s first Rhodes Scholar returns to teach

November 14, 2018  After graduating from Oxford with his doctorate, two-time CAH alumnus Dr. Tyler Fisher returns to the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures to teach.

A brush with Japanese culture at UCF

November 02, 2018  Brush painting performance by artist Yasunori Kimata brings Japanese culture to UCF

UCF Italian Club president awarded by National Italian American Foundation

October 08, 2018  Italian Studies student Alessandro Sano was accepted to the National Italian American Foundation on Campus Fellowship program.

Latin American Studies Wins Second Department of Education Grant

October 03, 2018  UCF Latin American Studies will receive a grant of $184,000 from the U.S. Department of Education to develop new student opportunites in Latin America and the Caribbean through short-term programs, internships and in-service programs.

New course – Cuba: A Collective Portrait (LAS 3930)

October 02, 2018  In Cuba: A Collective Portrait (LAS 3930) students will dive into Cuban culture, examining through arts, literature, history and other themes.

Latin American Studies in action

September 20, 2018  The Latin American Studies program has launched a new initiative this fall semester to recognize the volunteer efforts of LAS students in the community.

Volunteer opportunity with UCF-Hillcrest Foreign Language Club

August 30, 2018  The UCF-Hillcrest Foreign Language Club provides university and elementary students an opportunity to use their Spanish and French language skills in a collaborative environment. The club is currently seeking UCF volunteers who are in 3000-level or higher French and Spanish classes.

Students Share "Journey Cuba" Experience

April 26, 2018  Professors Anne Prucha and Kacie Tartt, along with students who participated in the program last year, shared information about the 2019 study abroad program “Journey Cuba.”

Alumnus wins international TESOL Teacher of the Year Award

March 28, 2018  TESOL alum Scott Freiberger ’10 received the 2018 Teacher of the Year Award at the TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) International Conference & English Language Expo in Chicago

Documentary sheds light on Black Italian actor experiences at 9th Euliano Lecture

March 26, 2018  The UCF Modern Languages and Literature Department will host the 9th Annual Neil R. Euliano Professorship Lecture on March 29, 2018.

‘Bernarda Alba’ Actress Combines Love for Arts, Humanities at UCF

March 23, 2018  Innovative and interdisciplinary, Ibis Enid Rodríguez makes the most of her UCF experience as both a theatre and modern languages and literature student.

STARTALK – Intensive Russian Program

March 12, 2018  Do you want to expand your language and cultural fluencies, enhance your academic resume, and gain a competitive edge in the global workforce? UCF STARTALK Russian Language and Culture Immersion Program may be for you! In 2018, STARTALK is welcoming high school students, community members, and UCF students.

Student research showcased at 18th Annual Spanish Graduate Colloquium

February 21, 2018  UCF will celebrate Spanish language and culture at the 18th Annual Spanish Graduate Association (SaGA) Colloquium. The colloquium, coordinated by the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, is a conference that gives students the opportunity to disseminate their research on topics concerning the Spanish-speaking world.

STARTALK intensive Russian language summer program recap

December 06, 2017  UCF hosted the STARTALK program for students learning Russian for the third year, made possible by grant funding and associate professor Dr. Alla Kourova. The program is part of several initiatives for learning Russian that the Department of Modern Languages & Literatures provides. Participants took part in extra-curricular activities including...

Journey Cuba Study Abroad trip application deadline December 1

November 02, 2017  Interested in short-term study abroad? Journey Cuba is in its second year and the associated course SPN 3955 is 3 credits in Spring 2018. Students have the option to take the course and go to Cuba over Spring Break, or to take the course only and work with students who...

Students visit Sochi for 19th World Festival

November 02, 2017  Eight Russian Language program students from the University of Central Florida visited Sochi, Russia for the 19th World Festival of Youth and Students. The festival, a nine-day program covering world politics, economics, and advances in science, sports, and more, is the largest event for international youth cooperation. This year’s event...

Faculty Recognized with Inaugural Luminary Awards

October 19, 2017  Six College of Arts & Humanities faculty members were among those honored with the inaugural UCF Luminary Award, designed to shine a light on exceptional faculty whose work is advancing their discipline and making a difference. The 2017 recipients from the arts and humanities include Keith Folse, Professor in the...