Modern Languages, Literatures & Cultures
The Department of Modern Languages, Literatures & Cultures is committed to leading students to intercultural competence by developing a deep understanding and appreciation for language, culture, and literature.
In this way, we prepare students to work collaboratively in an increasingly complex and interconnected world. And since studying another language — its culture, arts, history, and people — is an essential part of a liberal arts education, we also help students develop their powers of intellect and imagination. The Department offers instruction in six languages: Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish.
|Jeremy Robinson||Director of the Culpeper Language Learning Center||507-933-6248|
|Robert Irvin||Department Chair||507-933-7387||web|
|Maria Isabel Kalbermatten||Associate Professor||507-933-7386||web|
|Angelique Dwyer||Assistant Professor||507-933-7419||web|
|Carlos Mejia Suarez||Assistant Professor||507-933-7385|
|Severine Bates||Visiting Instructor||507-933-6059|
|Patricia Branstad||Visiting Instructor of German||507-933-7390|
|Shannon Cannella||Visiting Instructor - Chinese Language and Literature||507-933-6080|
|Denis Depinoy||Visiting Instructor|
|Jenny Tollefson||Administrative Assistant||507-933-7391|