Students are advised to complement their study of romance languages and cultures with related courses in the fields of humanities and social sciences. These courses should broaden the cultural and linguistic expertise of the student.
When she's not examining political speeches in ancient Athens and Sparta, Paula Debnar is asking whether Aeschylus's Cassandra was a virgin or revising a textbook on Homeric Greek.
Program in Romance Languages & Cultures
105 Ciruti Language Center
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