School of Languages and Cultures

School of Languages and Cultures

The School of Languages and Cultures offers undergraduate, honours and postgraduate studies in a range of Asian and European languages, literatures and cultures.

The subjects taught in the School include Asian Studies, Chinese, European Studies, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Modern Language Studies and Spanish and Latin American Studies.

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Events

Oct6SeminarsFHSS Learning and Teaching Seminar Series: Nicola Gilmour
Date: 6 October 2014
Time: 12.15 pm
Venue: Murphy LT220
How and why I use my imaginary friends in my teaching Read more

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News

11 August 2014 Staff Profile - Dr Monica Tempian
Dr Monica Tempian engages frequently in interdisciplinary research, and has been part of international collaborative… Read more
7 August 2014 Reading in Memory of Gabriel García Márquez
This event was held at Victoria University to pay homage to the Colombian author and Nobel laureate Gabriel García Márquez (1927-2014) Read more
28 July 2014 Beyond Gangnam Style
A new documentary about the indie rock scene in South Korea, co-produced by a Victoria University academic, illustrates the changing face of globalisation as the local music reaches out to the rest of the world. Read more

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Welcome from the Head of School - Dr Claudia Bernardi

Claudia BernardiWelcome to the School of Languages and Cultures (SLC). As part of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, we contribute to a strong and vibrant Humanities programme at Victoria University.
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Staff Profile - Dr Monica Tempian

Monica TempianDr Monica Tempian engages frequently in interdisciplinary research, and has been part of international collaborative projects with colleagues in disciplines such as history and music.. Read more ...

PhD awarded in Spanish

Julia van LuijkJulia van Luijk has been awarded a PhD in Spanish for her thesis, 'Writing in Franco's Spain: Censorship, Gender and Social Criticism in the Postwar Novel'. Read more »

Arohatia te reo @ Te Kura o ngā Reo me ngā Tikanga-ā-iwi

The School of Languages and Cultures is celebrating Te Wiki o te Reo.  Read more ...

Arohatia te Reo