Languages are universes and ways of thinking.
Because words, ideas, and stories shape the world, when you learn a foreign language, you see that different language perspectives make you look at the world differently. Because language is above all a means of communication, students need to see the applicability of language not only in the academic world, but also in engaging with people. Therefore language students are encouraged to travel abroad.
Between cultural homogenization and cultural heterogenization: Globalization and nationalism in the contemporary world
El oro y la plata no se pueden comer: Mining impacts, policy, and resistance in Latin America
Le vent souffle où il veut: Examinations of grace and despair in the works of Robert Bresson and Simone Weil
A series of investigative efforts into the syntax, semantics, and morphology of Mandarin Chinese directional constructions
Paradise, para quién?: How small communities (re)claim space in the Costa Rican tourism industry
Neoliberalism and the benefits of cultural fluency through language education