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Welcome to Language, Literature, and Culture

In our small, close-knit department, you will not only master a language through proficiency in speaking and writing, but also increase your appreciation and critical analysis of the cultures that share that language — literacies that are more important than ever in our increasingly global society.

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Undergraduate Programs

We offer majors in ancient civilization, combined languages, comparative literature, French and Francophone studies, and Spanish, with minors in most programs; a minor or self-designed major in German studies; and a concentration in Jewish studies. We also offer honors programs for advanced study and research.

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Research

As an undergraduate in our department, you may conduct research independently or with faculty. You may present your research at Clark’s Academic Spree Day and Fall Fest, annual showcases of student work.

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Careers and Internships

With a degree from the Language, Literature, and Culture Department, you may pursue graduate school or work in education, government, nonprofits, the arts, and more — across the country and around the world.

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Famed poet brings Dominican history to life

Leonardo Nin inspires Clark students with original verse

What’s in a name?

Student podcast explores how names impact a person’s life, self-identity

Exhibit explores Clark’s LGBTQ+ history

Influential professor emeritus William Koelsch to speak at opening, April 8

Working to end hunger

Anna Spack '16 uses Clark degree to help in fight against hunger

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Language, Literature and Culture

Office Location
  • Estabrook Hall, 3rd Floor
    950 Main Street
    Worcester, MA 01610
  • 1-508-793-7234
  • 1-508-793-8852