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MALLT 2014 Newsletter



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MALLT Colloquia

Wednesday, February 25

Margarita Levantovskaya,"'Israel Isn't Really My Country, New York Is:' Translocal Attachments in Russian-American Fiction"

Sam & Helen Stahl Center for Jewish Studies: Greene Museum, 3367 N. Downer Avenue

Presented as part of the Milwaukee Jewish Studies Colloquium

*Light kosher refreshments will be served

Thursday, April 9

Nicolas Russell, "Translating Marguerite de Navarre's Early Modern French and Idiosyncratic Style"

Curtin Hall 766

*Light refreshments will be served

Master of Arts in Language, Literature, and Translation (MALLT)

An interdisciplinary Master's degree combining the Graduate programs of four departments in the College of LetterMALLT/MBA [Master of Business Administration]s and Science:

Two joint degree programs are possible in conjunction with MALLT:

·      MALLT/MLIS [Master of Library and Information Science in the School of Information Studies]MALLT/MBA [Master of Business Administration]

·      MALLT/MBA [Master of Business Administration]

In cooperation with the Lubar School of Business, the MALLT program offers the Master of Arts in Language, Literature, and Translation [Translation concentration]/Master of Business Administration coordinated degree program to prepare students to meet the diverse needs of the community, state, region, and nation for outstanding researchers and practitioners in translation, interpreting, and language services in the highly specialized field of Business Administration.

Students enrolled in the coordinated degree program concurrently pursue MALLT and MBA degrees, and will be expected to fulfill the degree requirements of both programs.

Nine of the 30 credits normally required for a MALLT degree will be satisfied by courses taken in the Lubar School of Business.

Courses in related areas must be approved by the Chair of Translation and Interpreting Studies.

Prerequisite to the award of either degree in this program is the simultaneous award of its counterpart degree.

Featuring flexibility:

  • Pursue advanced study in your chosen discipline
  • Develop your research and analytical skills
  • Expand your interests beyond national and linguistics borders
  • Design your plan of study under the guidance of your major professor
  • Combine courses from various disciplines to meet your professional goals

Designed to meet the needs of:

  • Teachers, translators, and other professionals using world languages in their work
  • Students continuing for a Ph.D. in languages, literatures, linguistics, or translation
Congratulations to Alaina Sylla, the UWM Graduate School's featured student in February 2012!

Read all about Alaina's accomplishments in the M.A. in Language, Literature, and Translation program (Spanish to English track).