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Visit our Facebook Page and see pictures of LVC language students visiting Peru or Germany, trips to theaters in New York City and Hershey, as well as other events organized by our language programs.

Photo: LVC students Colleen Delaney (left) and Jesus Sandoval (right) with Assistant Professor of Spanish Gabriela McEvoy (center) at the 15th century Inca site Machu Picchu, Peru (7,970ft elevation) - they traveled there in May 2011, as a service learning component of the Indigenista Literature course.




Language Placement Test


Language Requirement

For students and advisors: The language requirement at Lebanon Valley College. 


 

Study Abroad Info Session in February

Spain and Dominican Republic Info Session

Tuesday, Feb. 2

11 am

Tweedie Meeting Rooms (in Mund Center)

 

France and Germany Info Session

Tuesday, Feb. 16

11 am

Tweedie Meeting Rooms (in Mund Center)

 

More information on LVC Study Abroad programs


Past Event - Kathleen Tacelosky speaks at Cornwall Manor Retired Teacher Association

Kathleen Tacelosky, Ph.D., was the invited speaker at the Cornwall Manor Retired Teachers Association Lunch on February 16, 2016. She spoke on the topic of her research - The Linguistics of Transnationalism, as well as her recent trip to Mexico with Lebanon Valley College students. 


Alumna of Languages Department, Elizabeth Ann Julia, will read from her book translation

The launch of Elizabeth Ann Julian's translation of L'Habitation Saint-Ybars will take place at the Library Atrium on Tuesday, January 26th 2016, from 4:00-6:00pm. Beth, who earned her B.A. in English and French from Lebanon Valley College in 2009 and her M.A. in American Studies (Literature) in 2011, will read in the original French and from the translation. The event is co-presented by the English and Languages Departments.

Synopsis:

Set in 19th-century New Orleans, Saint-Ybars explores the politics of race, gender, and language in a story that still resonates today. Our protagonist Pelasge arrives as an outsider to the Saint-Ybars plantation. As the years pass, the family experiences a series of personal misfortunes, but it's the larger picture that makes the story most tragic: the political, social, and racial tensions that ultimately culminated in the Civil War. The novel walks the reader through several pivotal decades in American history, weaving one family's hardships with our nation's most significant tragedy.