Professor Robert Tobin's comparative literature courses helped research the Worcester Historical Society's exhibit on "LGBTQ+ Worcester — For the Record."
Natalia (Honey) Warburton ’21 studies American Sign Language (ASL).
Dominican poet Juan Matos visits the class of Spanish Professor Belén Atienza.
Etta Scott-Smith '18, a management major and Asian studies minor, studied abroad in China. Adopted by Americans, she sought to return to the country of her birth to learn more.
Ashley Brewer, office manager for the Language, Literature, and Culture Department.
Robert Tobin, Henry J. Leir Chair in Language, Literature and Culture, on a research trip to Berlin.
Lisa Musumba '19 majored in media, culture and the arts and minored in English and Spanish. She worked with Spanish-speaking children in Worcester through our Herencia y Cultura Hispánicas program.
Faculty and staff in Language, Literature, and Culture celebrate at a department party.
Thomas Hutto ’18 received an award from the U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship to study Chinese at National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan. While at Clark, Hutto, an economics major, took Chinese language courses and studied in China with the help of a Gilman Scholarship and a Boren Scholarship.
Lizzie Lloyd ’19, left, and Green Representative Jutta Niemann. Lloyd double-majored in German studies (student-designed) and international development and social change, with a concentration in environment and sustainability. She won a competitive Émigré Memorial German Internship Fellowship to intern with state parliaments in Germany.
Aviv Hilbig-Bokaer '17, a double major in comparative literature and international development and social change, traveled and studied across Russia on the Trans-Siberian Railway.
Faculty, students, and staff in Language, Literature, and Culture celebrate the end of the semester at a holiday party.
For her honors thesis, Liza French ’19 developed a podcast, examining names and the effect they have on our lives. French majored in in media, culture, and the arts, and Spanish.
Clark Spanish language students participate in Herencia y Cultura Hispánicas, working with Spanish-speaking children in Worcester.