Modern Languages and Literatures offers a variety of undergraduate courses and program options in Comparative Literature and Culture, Digital Humanities, German Language and Culture, Italian Language and Culture, and Spanish Language and Linguistics and Hispanic Cultures. Courses in Hindi, Japanese, Arabic, Portuguese, Persian, Korean, and Russian language and culture are also offered.
Melitta Adamson teaches German and Comparative Literatures and Cultures. An expert in medieval cooking and dietetics, she teaches courses ranging from food and medicine in the Middle Ages to Vienna at the time of Klimt and Freud.
Victoria Wolff is Assistant Professor of Hispanic Studies. Her research and teaching interests are Interartistic Approaches to Hispanic Literature (Music and Literature), Transatlantic Studies, and Hispanic Cultural Studies. She is particularly interested in Community-Engaged Learning. Both her undergraduate and graduate students have worked with local organizations such as the Canadian Latin-American Association (CALA), The Latino-Canadian Community Corporation, and the Aeolian Music Hall's El Sistema music-education program. Her personal website can be found here: http://publish.uwo.ca/~vwolff/index.html
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