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Teresa Boucher Publishes Translation of “Cartas de Amor de un Sexagenario Voluptuoso” by Miguel Delibes

Teresa Boucher Professor Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences Spanish author Miguel Delibes was born and died in the same city: Valladolid, Spain. Yet in the span of 80 years, he was a professor, father of seven, … (Read More) Teresa Boucher Publishes Translation of “Cartas de Amor de un Sexagenario Voluptuoso” by Miguel Delibes

Spanish Major and Basque Studies, Iberian Studies Minor, Madalen Bieter, Interviewed by Basque Newspaper, El Correo

Madalen Bieter, Boise State University Spanish Major and Basque Studies, Iberian Studies Minor student, was recently interviewed by the Basque newspaper, El Correo, about her internship at BSU PULSE radio where she hosts a Basque radio program. Check out the … (Read More) Spanish Major and Basque Studies, Iberian Studies Minor, Madalen Bieter, Interviewed by Basque Newspaper, El Correo

Six World Languages Instructors Present at the Idaho Association of Teachers of Language and Culture (IATLC

Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences Six instructors from the Department of World Languages presented at the Idaho Association of Teachers of Language and Culture (IATLC) conference held in Meridian on Oct. 5-6. Kelly Arispe: “Project Based … (Read More) Six World Languages Instructors Present at the Idaho Association of Teachers of Language and Culture (IATLC

Kelly Arispe Publishes Article in Language Learning and Technology

Kelly Arispe Assistant Professor, Spanish Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences Kelly Arispe and co-author Jack Burston from Cyprus University of Technology recently published an article in Language Learning and Technology, titled “Making it personal: Performance- based assessments, … (Read More) Kelly Arispe Publishes Article in Language Learning and Technology

Jason Herbeck Publishes “Architextual Authenticity: Constructing Literature and Literary Identity in the French Caribbean”

Jason Herbeck Professor, French Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences A book by Jason Herbeck recently was published by Liverpool University Press.The book, “Architextual Authenticity: Constructing Literature and Literary Identity in the French Caribbean,” proposes an original, informative … (Read More) Jason Herbeck Publishes “Architextual Authenticity: Constructing Literature and Literary Identity in the French Caribbean”

2017 World Languages Picnic

Thank you to all the World Languages students, faculty and staff that attended our department picnic on September 21st. We were lucky enough to have the sun join us for a fun afternoon of delicious food and games! (Read More) 2017 World Languages Picnic

Adrian Kane Participates in “The Sun Also Rises” Panel during Annual Hemingway Festival in Ketchum, Idaho

Five faculty members participated in the annual Hemingway Festival in Ketchum, Sept. 8-10.  Mac Test, Adrian Kane and Stacey Guill created a panel to discuss aspects of Hemingway’s “The Sun Also Rises,” and Mitch Wieland and Clyde Moneyhun led discussions of the … (Read More) Adrian Kane Participates in “The Sun Also Rises” Panel during Annual Hemingway Festival in Ketchum, Idaho

Kelly Arispe Presents Paper at EUROCALL Conference

Kelly Arispe Assistant Professor of Spanish World Languages Kelly Arispe presented a paper at the EUROCALL conference in Southampton, England, on Aug. 25. The title of her presentation was “Meeting the advanced-level oral proficiency challenge with ubiquitous technology and performance-based … (Read More) Kelly Arispe Presents Paper at EUROCALL Conference

Jason Herbeck Publishes Chapter in “Entre-Textes: Dialogues littéraires et culturels”

Jason Herbeck Associate Professor Department of World Languages College of Arts and Sciences Jason Herbeck recently published a chapter in a pedagogical anthology titled Entre-Textes: Dialogues littéraires et culturels. Published by Routledge, Entre-Textes introduces advanced students of French to the richness of the … (Read More) Jason Herbeck Publishes Chapter in “Entre-Textes: Dialogues littéraires et culturels”

Heike Henderson Presents at the American Comparative Literature Association Convention (ACLA) in the Netherlands

Heike Henderson Professor World Languages College of Arts and Sciences German professor Heike Henderson presented a paper at the American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) convention held July 6-9 in Utrecht in the Netherlands. The title of Henderson’s presentation was “The … (Read More) Heike Henderson Presents at the American Comparative Literature Association Convention (ACLA) in the Netherlands