Modern Languages & Literatures provides undergraduates the opportunity to combine language training with heightened global awareness through the study of culture, history, and languages offered on campus as well as through a distance-learning model. We offer courses in Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. In addition, our dedicated and diverse faculty members design and deliver courses about the languages and cultures of Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and more. We believe that the study of other languages and cultures forms an essential part of any undergraduate education. Our programs provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to become successful and enlightened global professionals. Moreover, we actively pursue learning opportunities beyond the conventional classroom setting and make these available to all our students through study abroad, internships, and experiential learning in the Bozeman community and throughout the world.

Recent Submissions

  • Latino Health Perceptions in Rural Montana: Engaging Promotores de Salud Using Photovoice Through Facebook 

    Nitzinger, Violeta; Held, Suzanne C.; Kevane, Bridget; Eudave, Yanet (2019-04)
    The primary purposes of this study were to use photovoice with Facebook to explore health perceptions and health needs among promotores living in rural Montana and to build community among geographically dispersed promotores. ...
  • Asian Literary Voices 

    Williams, Philip F. (Amsterdam University Press, 2010)
    A scholarly, peer-reviewed collection of ten individually authored chapters on Asian literature and art in China, Japan, Korea, and India, along with the editor's introduction, index, and a section with bios about the ten ...