The Language and Culture House, largely administered by its residents with the help of the Modern Languages Department, organizes activities involving all modern languages that are taught at Denison.
A residential opportunity for students to live in a special environment where they can hone their language skills and participate in special cultural events.
For Courtney Vinopal ’13, working for the French Embassy in Washington, D.C., is more than writing and editing. It’s an opportunity to represent a unique and fascinating country.
When NPR’s Lynn Neary wanted insight on the latest Nobel Prize for Literature, she called Charles O’Keefe, professor emeritus of French.
Students have an opportunity to spend four weeks exploring Martinique's contemporary society on this Caribbean island whose history was shaped by France's colonial policies and politics.