Gen Ed courses for Spring 2022

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New edited volume by Young Kim

The Cambridge Companion to the Council of Nicaea, edited by Young Kim, Associate Professor and Head of Classics and Mediterranean Studies, was released in January 2021 by Cambridge University Press. Part of the…

French major Ellis to study International Law at GWU

Congratulations to French major Hannah Ellis, who has been admitted with generous scholarships to several top-ranked law schools in the US! Starting this Fall, she’ll study International Law at George Washington University.

Zinon Papakonstantinou publishes Cursing for Justice

Zinon Papakonstantinou, Professor of Classics, has published a new book, Cursing for Justice: Magic, Disputes, and the Lawcourts in Classical Athens (Franz Steiner Verlag: Stuttgart, 2021). From the publisher: This book is a…

New article by Zach Fitzpatrick

Zach Fitzpatrick, a Ph.D. candidate in Germanic Studies, recently published an article with the Berlin-based Asian German organization Korientation. It highlights 10 underrated German films of the last 10 years centered on a…

LCLC tutors praised for another excellent semester

The Language and Culture Learning Center’s peer tutoring program has received continued praise for its work. An outstanding group of UIC undergraduate students in French, German, Italian, and Spanish braved the challenges of…

Russian Ph.D. alumna Yelena Zotova publishes first book

Yelena Zotova, who received her Ph.D. in Russian from the Department of Slavic and Baltic Languages and Literatures (now Polish, Russian, and Lithuanian Studies) and is currently an Associate Teaching Professor of Russian…