Gen Ed courses for Spring 2022

Looking for a course? Check out our online catalog of courses in literature, culture, and linguistics **taught in English**. There’s something in every Gen Ed category and for every interest!

News

Recent LCSL graduate student award winners

Congratulations are due to several LCSL graduate students who have received awards for their research from the UIC Graduate College! This is a testament to all their hard work and the potential of…

Heidi Schlipphacke receives 2019-2020 Graduate Mentoring Award

Heidi Schlipphacke, Associate Professor of Germanic Studies, has been named as the 2019-2020 recipient of the Graduate Mentoring Award for the Arts and Humanities division. This award is conferred by UIC Graduate College…

Pedro Antonino named Fulbright English Teaching Assistant

Pedro Antonino, an MA student in French and Francophone Studies who will complete his degree in May 2020 has been named a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant for the upcoming academic year. Pedro will…

Lucas Riddle awarded Provost’s Graduate Internship Award

Lucas Riddle, a PhD student and Max Kade Fellow in the Department of Germanic Studies, has been awarded a Provost’s Graduate Internship Award. This award, given through the UIC Graduate College, aims to…

New Book by Luis López Out This Month

Congratulations to Luis López, Professor of Hispanic Linguistics and Director of the Bilingualism Research Laboratory, on his latest book due out this month. Bilingual Grammar: Toward and Integrated Model (Cambridge University Press, April 2020)…

Rosario, Schaefer and Davies admitted to PhD programs

The Department of French and Francophone Studies is pleased to announce the following successes of current and former students of its M.A. program. Amy Rosario, who is finishing her M.A. in May, will…

New book by Ellen McClure

Ellen McClure, Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies and History, and Director of UIC’s Engaged Humanities Initiative, has recently published a new book. The Logic of Idolatry in Seventeenth-Century French Literature, looks at…