For languages not listed below, please contact the department offering that language for more information.
Language Coordinators are able to help you with specific questions about the language they advise for. They may also be able to help with placement and/ or proficiency exams. Some Coordinators advise for more than one language.
African Languages (Amharic, Arabic, KiSwahili, Wolof)
Bosnian/ Croatian/ Montenegrin/ Serbian
Persian (Farsi/ Tajik/ Dari)
Second language acquisition, with special interest in phonology/phonetics, and language pedagogy. the history of the French language and has worked on language changes from Old to Middle French.
Reception and transformation in 19th-century America of German cultural materials, immigrant identity formation; German nationalism and national identity; 19th-century political drama and poetry
Slavic languages (Polish, Ukrainian, Slovene)
Nineteenth-century Russian literature, Balkan modernism. the grotesque, Representations of violence and the body in literature as well as the political significance of aesthetic styles and genres.