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Announcement Pascal source code Dr. Rivera-Valdés receives Presidential Outstanding Scholarship
Dr. Sonia Rivera-Valdés from the Foreign Languages/ESL/Humanities Department was a recipient of the Presidential Outstanding Scholarship that was announced and presented by the President during Fall 2009 Convocation.
Department of Foreign Languages, ESL and Humanities
Through the study of the language, literature and civilization of various cultures, the Department of Foreign Languages aims to enrich the education of all students and prepare them for various careers.
Mid-August Lunch, a new Italian film
The Italian Studies Program at York presents "Pranzo Ferragosto" - "MID AUGUST LUNCH," a new delightful picture from Italy, set during a hot summer in Rome.
Poetry Celebration 2010
The Poetry Celebration 2010 is dedicated to the Haitian Poet Yanick Morin (1953-2002) and the Cuban Artist Ana Mendieta (1948-1985).
Foreign Languages Open House
Come and enjoy our 2010 Open House dedicate to our students.
Forbidden Stories: Why and How To Write Them
The Modern Languages Department and Literatures of Swarthmore College will be hosting a reading and conversation with Sonia Rivera Valdés, writer, literary and film critic and professor of Spanish language and literature at York College.
Italy: A Gate To Israel
Italy and Judaism (Two-Day Event)
La Vita è Bella (Italian Movie with subtitles)
Italy and Judaism (Two-Day Event)
Carmen Loisaida by Eva Cristina Vàsquez
Professor Eva Cristina Vàsquez will star in her play "Carmen Loisaida" at the Teatro Circulo
What Future for the Less Commonly Taught Languages?
Dr. Jean Francois (Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies, York College) was invited by The Language Resource Center of Columbia University to participate as a speaker at the conference on the theme of "What Future for the Less Commonly Taught Languages?"