Welcome to the Department of Romance and Classical Studies! Our department fosters the study of the human experience as expressed in the languages, literatures, and cultures of France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and ancient Greece and Rome. We enable students to become proficient in these languages and think critically about their world.
Main Office Contact Info:
Romance and Classical Studies
619 Red Cedar Road
Wells Hall B-331
East Lansing, MI 48824
P: (517) 355-8350
F: (517) 432-2736
El Cancionero de Valencia. Mss. 5593 de la Biblitoeca Nacional. Edición y estudio preliminar de Nancy F. Marino. Arxius i Documents 56. Valencia: Institució Alfons el Magnànim, 2014.
For additional pictures of the RCS Graduate Class of 2014, click here.
Fall 2014 Hours:
Tuesdays - 1:00 - 2:30 PM
Wednesday - 2:30 - 4:00 PM
Held in B-135 Wells Hall
Fall 2014 Hours:
1:00 -2:00 PM
B-135 Wells Hall
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3/16-4/17 - PHOTO EXHIBIT, "IN THE SHADOW OF CORTES"
"In the Shadow of Cortes: From Veracruz to Mexico City." Look Out! Gallery, RCAH (Snyder Hall, 2nd Floor). Open to the public M-F 12:00 - 2:00 PM and during events.
3/25 - Keynote presentation by Prof. Kathleen Myers, Indiana University. Audiovisual presentation, "The Broken Spears" in the words of MSU students. Look Out! Gallery, RCAH (Snyder Hall, 2nd floor), time TBA.
4/16 - Round table and discussion. Speakers and time TBA.
Closing reception of Look Out! Gallery, RCAH (Snyder Hall, 2nd floor).
3/25 - ZYGMUNT G. BARANSKI
4:00 PM, Wells B-342