MALLT News and Events
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- MALLT Newsletter - Fall 2012 (pdf 663kb)
- MALLT Newsletter - Fall 2011 (pdf 388kb)
- MALLT Newsletter - Fall 2010 (pdf 352kb)
- MAFLL Newsletter - Fall 2009 (pdf 493kb)
- MAFLL Newsletter - Fall 2008 (pdf 194kb)
- MAFLL Newsletter - Fall 2007 (pdf 206kb)
- MAFLL Newsletter - Fall 2006 (pdf 133kb)
Marta Flores and Bastien Craipain with Haitain poet and novelist Louis-Philippe Dalembert. March 5, 2012.
Congratulations to Fall 2012 Graduates
- Diana Cherone (Translation-Italian)
- Erin Kunert (German)
- Darina Pugacheva (Translation-French)
Congratulations to Summer 2012 Graduates
- Bastien Craipain (French)
- Marta Flores (Translation-French and French)
- Katherine Iselin (Classical Greek)
Congratulations to Spring 2012 Graduates
- Geneva Anderson (Translation-German)
- Majlinda Dode (French)
- Sarah Dupee (Translation-French)
- Alison Ferrentino (Italian)
- Jessica Hermanny (Translation-German and German)
- Sheila Kruse (French)
- Sara Lobner (French)
- Angela Mace (Linguistics)
- Timothy Miller (Comparative Literature and German)
- Elizabeth Schroeder (Linguistics)
- Delaney Wessel (German)
Congratulations to December 2011 Graduates
- Debra Desmoulin (French)
- Jamie Graczyk (French)
- Mary Jorgensen (Comparative Literature)
- Mohamed Masalkhi (Comparative Literature)
- Graciela Montoya (Translation-Spanish)
- Bara Omari (Linguistics)
- Amanda Romanski (Translation-Spanish)
Monday, January 30th
Dîner français to support the UWM Festival of Films in French (Festival runs February 3rd -12th, 2012, at UWM Union Theater)
1022 South First Street, Milwaukee
(near Allen-Bradley clock tower)
6 p.m. Social Hour, Cash Bar
7 p.m. Dinner with wine
For more information see event flyer and make reservations.
Wednesday, May 12, 2:00pm – 3:30pm
Last Spring Colloquim
Please join us for the final colloquium of the semester!
Presentations will be given by three MALLT Graduate Students:
- Kris Knisely, “Still a Girl’s Game: Technology and Masculinity in the American Foreign Language Classroom”
- Léa Cicchiello, “Celebration and Denial: The Poetry of Renée Vivien”
- Priscilla Charrat, “The Legend of Saint Julian the Hospitaller” by Flaubert: The Sources of the Legend”
Location: Curtin Hall 321
Refreshments will be served!
All are welcome!
Congratulations to MALLT Graduates
May 2011 Graduates
- Zafer Al Lababidi (Linguistics)
- Melanie Anke (German)
- John Bannen (Spanish)
- Priscilla Charrat (French)
- Sarah Fonseca (Translation-Spanish)
- Mohammed Gallab (Linguistics and Comparative Literature)
- Carine Graff (Translation-French and German)
- Kris Knisely (French)
- Laura Melbourne (Translation-Spanish)
- Maciej Miaskowski (Linguistics and Translation-Polish)
- Allison Reeve (MLIS/Spanish)
- Zlatko Sadikovic (German)
- Susan Schweigert (Translation-Spanish)
May, August, and December 2010 Graduates
- Dola Algady (Linguistics)
- Amy Albers (Translation-German)
- Diana Anick (French)
- Amy Bachar (Hebrew)
- Hamssah Badrah (Linguistics)
- Carolyn Barry (Spanish and Linguistics)
- Richard Bina (Translation-German)
- Lea Cicchiello (French)
- Katharina Gerrits (Translation-German)
- Mark Halmstad (Spanish)
- Hyunjoo Han (Linguistics)
- Cynthia Laborde (Translation-French)
- Meghan McCallum (Translation-French)
- Angie Mohns (Spanish)
- Sarah Pressman (Spanish)
- Ricardo Rocha (Comparative Literature)
- Derek Schaefer (German)
- Laura Schultz (Translation-Spanish)
- Anne Schumacher (German)
MALLT Alumni News
Congratulations to MALLT students and alumni who have provided details of their recent accomplishments:
- Anukware Selase Adzima (Spanish Translation May 2007) will begin the Ph.D. program in Translation Studies at SUNY-Binghamton in Fall 2008.
- Andrés Aluma (MALLT candidate in Spanish Translation) completed field research for a Translation thesis thanks to a Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies Graduate Student Travel Award for 2008.
- Edmund Asare (MLIS & French Translation Aug 2007) is in his second year in Kent State's Translation Studies Ph.D. program with continued TA funding for the Translation Tools/Language Informatics track.
- Aaron Cengiz (Spanish Translation Aug 2008) has accepted a teaching position for 2008-2009 in the Spanish Department at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
- Jennifer Flamboe (Spanish & Spanish Translation May 2007) has accepted a full-time position at Alverno College as an assistant professor in the World Languages department. Jennifer also works as a medical interpreter and coordinator of translation services at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.
- Craig Hubbell (Spanish Translation Aug 2005) recently graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School and is working for the Wisconsin Association of School Boards.
- Amanda Kinsel (Spanish Translation May 2008) has moved to Maryland and is currently searching for a job in the Baltimore/D.C. metropolitan area.
- Brett Lipshutz (French May 2008) has accepted a position as coordinator of the French Language Center at the Alliance Française de Milwaukee.
- Lindsey New (French Translation Aug 2007) was offered full funding to begin the Ph.D. program in French at the University of Texas in Fall 2008.
- Laurel Radomski (German May 2008) has accepted a job with Columbus Catholic High School in Marshfield where she will be teaching all levels of German as well as Computer Applications.
- Mónica Rodriguez (Spanish Translation Aug 2007) will begin doctoral studies in Translation at Kent State in Fall 2008.
- Aurora Sambolín (Spanish Translation Dec 2006) will begin Ph.D. studies at the University of Manchester in Fall 2008.
- David Summers (French Translation May 2006) completed his first year at Kent State and is currently working on his dissertation topic and redesigning a course for the fall semester.
- Melanie Taylor (MALLT candidate in French) will spend the 2008-09 academic year at the Université Paris III Sorbonne-Nouvelle. In addition to taking courses in French literature, Melanie will be a Teaching Assistant in English. She will be the fourth MALLT student to participate in this teaching exchange.
- Jing Zhai (Linguistics May 2008) has accepted a position as adjunct instructor at Marquette University teaching Chinese language, Chinese civilization, and Chinese literature in translation.