M.A. Program in Foreign Languages at Mississippi State University
If you are interested in pursuing a M.A. in Foreign Languages (French, German, Spanish), we invite you to consider Mississippi State University as a fit for your academic goals. If you would like to be a part of a dynamic, growing program, then MSU is the place for you! Why study Foreign Languages at MSU? In addition to the flexibility of our program which allows the candidate to pursue a minor in multiple fields such as TESOL, Foreign Language Education, History, and Marketing, you will receive the personalized attention you need to hone your skills in the target language. At MSU, you will never be reduced to a number. You will also have the opportunity to study French/Francophone, German, and Spanish-language literature with renowned experts in fields. A few of the recent publications by faculty members from the department of Classical and Modern Languages & Literatures (CMLL) include: Dr. Keith Moser’s J.M.G. Le Clézio: A Concerned Citizen of the Global Village (Lexington Books, 2012), Dr. Edward Potter’s Marriage, Gender, and Desire in Early Enlightenment German Comedy (Camden House, 2012), and Dr. Carlos Espinosa’s El Escenario y la Memoria: Testimonios de Teatristas Peruanos I (Canta Editores, 2008).
Or read examples of our faculty’s research online on anything from Kant’s Philosophy to Dracula, in prestigious MLA –listed journals e.g.
“Kant's Race Theory, Forster's Counter, and the Metaphysics of Color” (Dr. Sally Gray) http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/the_eighteenth_century/v053/53.4.gray.html
Quiero chupar tu sangre: A Comparison of the Spanish- and English-language Versions of Universal Studio's Dracula (Dr. Robert Harland)
Thank you for your interest in MSU!
For further details re: our program or to schedule a campus visit, please contact:
• Dr. Keith Moser (French) firstname.lastname@example.org
• Dr. Edward Potter (German) CMLL Graduate Coordinator) email@example.com
• Dr. Robert Harland (Spanish)- firstname.lastname@example.org
Or like our Facebook page to see the latest happenings in our department, across all languages and levels of study: http://www.facebook.com/CMLL.MSU?ref=stream
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