"Islam & Women"
"Re-imagining the Humanities: Taking the Curriculum Beyond Campus"
Best Practices for Language Students to Prepare for a Competitive Global Job Market
DFLL Video Contest
Ling Ma Receives 2016 Alabama Educator of Excellence
Ling Ma was honored at the annual conference of the Alabama World Language Association at Troy University, Troy Alabama. She was awarded the 2016 Alabama Educator of Excellence, Post-Secondary Educator & Alabama’s Nominee for the SCOLT Educator of the Year, Awarded by the Board of Directors of The Alabama World Languages Association.
John Maddox Selected for the AATSP Member Spotlight
Learning Spanish and Portuguese has given me a special sense of freedom. I grew up in a mostly monolingual community in rural Georgia, but ever sense I took Jane “Juana” Futral’s Spanish 1 class at Wheeler County High School, I knew I wanted to be a language teacher. Read More
DFLL Wins 2nd Place in Service Learning Category at UAB Expo
DFLL students DeAngalo Nesby, M. Amy Hardison and Jenifer Montejo won the Second Place Award at the UAB Expo for Service Learning for their poster Addressing the Healthcare Needs of Hispanic Patients in Clinical Settings in Alabama. There were 82 posters and 375 students presenting. Congratulations to our students!
Dr. Moore to Conduct First Comprehensive Study of Centuries-old Legal CaseThe Institute for Pilgrimage Studies at the College of William & Mary recently selected Associate Professor John K. Moore, Jr. as a recipient of a research fellowship. Read the UAB News article.
New Publication, El mundo hispanohablante contemporáneoProfessor Lourdes Sánchez-López published a new book, El mundo hispanohablante contemporáneo: historia, política, sociedades y culturas (Routledge, 2016) with co-author Professor Clara Mojica-Díaz (Tennessee State University). It is a comprehensive and innovative book for advanced students of Spanish, based on their research on applied constructivism.