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  • Requirements — Spanish — Carthage College
    courses numbered 3080 or higher 3080 The Spanish Speaking World Social Political Economic Issues 3090 The Spanish Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual Life 3110 Interpreting Written Texts in Spanish 4010 Senior Seminar in Spanish 4240 Hispanic Theatre OR 400T Topics in Spanish Also required GNR 3510 Immersion Abroad 12 16 credits Students preparing to study abroad are urged to take MLA 2200 Cultural Awareness Orientation About the Immersion Abroad Experience Spanish major are required to spend one term studying abroad Courses taken at foreign institutions are usually recorded on the student s Carthage transcript as GNR 3510 This is a global designation for experiential learning and courses that may be in history economics political science linguistics art history or a number of other fields supporting the Spanish major When faculty of any department agree a specific course taken abroad may be accepted in lieu of a course in that department and be so noted on the student s transcript Students are strongly urged to get such courses approved by Carthage faculty before taking them Students whose special circumstances do not permit an extended stay abroad must consult with the department chair The Spanish Minor Students pursuing a minor in Spanish must complete 22 credits 2010 Intermediate Spanish I 2020 Intermediate Spanish II 3010 Advanced Spanish I During the term in which this course is taken students are required to pass a written and oral competency evaluation A passing score on this evaluation is required before a student can enroll in courses numbered 3080 or higher 3110 Interpreting Written Texts in Spanish Choose one 3080 The Spanish Speaking World Social Political and Economic Issues 3090 The Spanish Speaking World Cultural and Intellectual Life At least two additional credits above 3010 in the target language Honors in the Major The Carthage Modern

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  • Special Programs — Modern Languages — Carthage College
    origins and consequences Francophone West African Encounters An on campus exploration of Francophone West Africa Chinese and Japanese Cultures Through Films An on campus study of cinema and culture Heroes Dreamers and Scoundrels of Spain El Cid Don Quijote and Don Juan An on campus course focusing on translated works and films In addition professors from various departments such as History Politics and Economics who are specialized or interested in Japanese society may lead J Term trips to Japan The trips provide students opportunities to have direct contact with Japanese people and culture Study Abroad All modern language majors must study abroad for at least one term Carthage offers courses prior to traveling abroad that prepare students both linguistically and culturally for this experience Students have traveled to Argentina Australia Chile China Costa Rica Ecuador Egypt England France Germany Ghana Ireland Italy Japan Mexico Peru Senegal and Spain Carthage has affiliated with several reputable institutions in order to provide our students with academically rigorous high quality international programs in a variety of locations around the globe Contact Study Abroad Coordinator Erik Kulke Modern Language Scholarships Up to six scholarships are awarded to students majoring in Chinese one scholarship French two scholarships German two scholarships or Japanese one scholarship A double major in another subject area is acceptable and can be completed in four years Each scholarship covers 20 000 per year renewable for four years and incorporates all Carthage assistance Those invited to compete must have at least three years of high school Chinese French German or Japanese Learn more about the Modern Language scholarships Service Learning Carthage offers modern language students the opportunity to utilize their language skills in a variety of settings by volunteering as language instructors translators tutors and support personnel in schools and other organizations In

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  • News & Events — Modern Languages — Carthage College
    more Post Doctoral Fellowship Art History Asian Specialization Carthage with support from the ASIANetwork Luce Teaching Fellow Program seeks an Art Historian with an Asian specialization for a one year post doctoral fellowship beginning in the Fall Semester 2013 more On Campus UW Madison professor presents Tokyo Tower and Japanese Kitsch Carthage welcomes Steven Ridgely associate professor of East Asian studies and literature for a talk exploring the shifting image of Tokyo Tower from the 1950s to today He will speak at 4 p m Tuesday Nov 13 more Study Abroad A globe full of possibilities awaits Carthage students are invited to a Study Abroad Information Fair on Thursday in the Todd Wehr Center more International touring quartet to perform at Carthage Oct 23 Carthage welcomes the international touring Alejandro Ziegler Cuarteto Tango at 7 p m in the A F Siebert Chapel more Target Language Experts Nine new TLEs infuse classes with native speech culture From varying backgrounds this year s 14 TLEs enrich their modern languages classes more GLOBAL CONNECTION Carthage internship program sends business students to Guangzhou Two interns from Carthage are spending the summer in China helping a company improve its standing in the U S and other English speaking markets more Undergraduate Research New scholarly journal features student work editing A new publication features 10 scholarly essays written by Carthage students more Student Achievement English majors present research at national literature conference Emily Kolesar 12 and Rachelle Ramos 12 were selected to present their senior theses at the National Undergraduate Literature Conference in April more In The Classroom Prof Rollet s original music serves as teaching tool in three different tongues Prof Pascal Rollet uses original songs to help students learn points of grammar in French Spanish and English more FULBRIGHT SCHOLARS Meet Fulbright Scholar Jean Brody Ms Brody 12 is one of two Carthage students who have received a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship for the 2012 2013 academic year more Global Focus Carthage hosts delegation from Huairou A 15 member delegation of educators from the Chinese district of Huairou visited the United States from Monday March 26 to Thursday April 5 spending most of their time at Carthage and elsewhere in the Kenosha Racine area more Global Focus First career stop for three Carthage grads China Jason Hartfield Irma Rodriguez and Mike Gillespie of the Class of 2012 are scheduled to leave in August to teach seventh and eighth graders at separate schools in Huairou China more Argentine Acting Consul General to visit Carthage Argentine Acting General Consul Julia Pan will speak Nov 9 about Argentina s current political and economic situation more Carthage alumna receives Fulbright scholarship Deanna Love 11 of Kenosha Wis has been awarded a Fulbright U S Student grant to teach English as a foreign language in Argentina She is the fourth Carthage student to receive a Fulbright grant in recent years more Learn about study abroad opportunities Carthage holds its third annual Study Abroad Informational Fair Thursday Oct 6 Representatives

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  • Student Voices — Modern Languages — Carthage College
    how much I have learned not only academically but also personally I am a better person now than I was two years ago Read more John Gutt Jankowski 14 By studying both Chinese and Spanish John said that when he graduates he will have learned three of the most important languages in the world Read more Valerie Hathaway 13 The Chinese program is filled with professors who enjoy teaching their students the language Read more French Diane Hahn 14 The Modern Language Department truly has made my learning experience an enjoyable one and I can t image going to any other college because I m afraid I ll be disappointed in this aspect Read more German Anna Treudt 13 Both in German and archaeology the willingness to learn is what separates you from the others That might sound uninteresting and a little daunting but when you find something you like you enjoy it Read more Karin Wirth 13 Karin Wirth was raised with a rich German Heritage which led to her love of the language She is also a DAAD scholarship winner and a tutor for the Modern Languages department Read more Japanese Brent Nemetz 14 I ve learned a lot and have really enjoyed my time with all the professors in the Japanese and English departments Read more Jennifer Weiss 14 Our businesses are becoming more global by the day and Japan is one of the top countries America does business with I want to be as prepared as possible when it comes to doing business with Japan Read more Read more comments from students studying Japanese Spanish Andrea Winbigler 13 Carthage really became my second home and all the people here have become my second family Read more Samantha Jasinski 13 Traveling is my passion in life and

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  • Senior Theses — French — Carthage College
    l Emprisonnement Les Leçons de vie de trois personnages incarcérés An analysis of the personal transformation of the main characters in Le Comte de Monte Cristo de Dumas Le Dernier Jour d un condamné de Hugo et L Étranger de Camus reveal lessons about life Jenny Fyfe L Importance du déchiffrement des codes dans la communication des Francais This thesis discusses the fact that French is a high context language and what it means for North Americans and non French to assimilate to French culture 2012 Joelle Dahl La Foi des Protestants du Chambon The Faith of the Protestants of Le Chambon The study of the town of Le Chambon during World War II and an explication of the good that happened there Jesse Daniel Le Rôle des écoles d immersion au Canada Une approche modernisée d acquérir une langue seconde A study of how immersion schools in Canada effectively preserve the French Language and prepare students for the future David Komperda Breizh Atao Le passé et l avenir du Mouvement Breton A survey of the independence movement in Brittany from the end of World War II to the present day After examining the movement s effect at both political and cultural levels over time this thesis will try to predict whether the movement can succeed or Brittany s regional identity will be lost Emily Kolesar Des racines et des ailes les mentalités française et américaine par rapport à la terre This thesis compares the relationship that the French and Americans each have with their land The French attitude towards their land is a vertical one centuries of history and culture have rooted the French to their soil In contrast the American attitude towards their land can be characterized by horizontal movement as evidenced by the urge to explore new

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  • Senior Theses — German — Carthage College
    majors have created for this requirement 2013 Dan Pickerl Markus Wolf Spionagechef Ostalgie Erinnerungskultur und ostdeutsche Spione in der Bundesrepublik Holly Anetsberger Eine Analyse des Romans Der Vorleser als Teil der Erinnerungsliteratur Adam Marshall Thilo Sarrazins Deutschland schafft sich ab Wie wir unser Land aufs Spiel lsetzen Eine oberflächliche Interpretation der Debatte der Integration Tom Johnson Vergiss uns nicht Die Erinnerung der slowenischsprachigen Minderheit Kärntens nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg in Maja Haderlaps Engel des Vergessens und Peter Handkes Immer noch Sturm Anna Treudt Die Königinnen von Liebe und Krief Ein Gegenüberstellung von Kleists Penthesilea und Vergils Dido Mark Rebeck Das Widerlegen antijüdischer Stereotypen durch Übertreibung und Groteskisierung in Edgar Hilsenraths Der Mazi und der Friseur 2012 David Rosenberg Der Preis ist zu hoch Eine Analyse der Symbiose von Geschäft und Krieg in Brecht s Mutter Courage und ihre Kinder Kayleen Hannigan Satirische Kritik in Heines Deutschland ein Wintermärchen 2011 Emma Van Riet Die Neue Frau als Gefährdung Repräsentation in Metropolis und Der blaue Engel Jean Brody Die dreiseitige Konfluenz Gesellschaft Natur und Gott Wie passt der Mensch dazu Eine Untersuchung über Schneiders Lenz Langs Metropolis und Wenders Der Himmel über Berlin mit der Philosophie von Friedrich Schelling Megan Hammer Über

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  • Senior Theses — Japanese — Carthage College
    2013 Caitlin Marotte Japanese Freeters The changing attitudes of youth 女王国 卑弥呼女王と女性の権力 Fall 2012 Jayna Hulleman Queen s Country Queen Himiko Female Power and the Japanese Court Histories 日本のフリーターに対する若者の態度の変化 Rebecca Schwer Exploring Japanese Culture through Japanese Cinema 邦画 を介しての 日本文化 の探求 Kathleen Lawler The Personalities of the People of Osaka and Kyoto Are They Friends or Enemies 大阪の方々と京都の方々の個性 仲間か敵か Barty Lenhart The Success and Failure of Fast Food in Japan

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  • Senior Theses — Spanish — Carthage College
    y la salud pública en los EE UU Megan Szabo Por qué tenía tanto interés el Papa Benedicto XVI en España and El Papa y España William Veliz El dilema del negocio español un marketing eficaz en la crisis económica de España and Un marketing eficaz en la crisis económica en España Charity Pérez La pobreza maya en la península de Yucatán Emily Papke El futuro de la corrida de toros Elora Olsen Aprender una lengua extranjera en España 2012 Liz Reinhardt Las relaciones públicas en un mundo globalizado Carissa Pearlman La sexualidad en los medios de comunicación Roxanne Kruger Las consecuencias del turismo en la península de Yucatán Samantha Jasinski La desigualdad en el sistema educativo de España Natalie Mepham La prostitución en España Brian Barrett La independencia del País Vasco Linda Badillo La educación bilingüe en los Estados Unidos Michael Gillespie Los efectos del Mercosur y el comercio libre de América del Sur Brigid Rodgers Daniel Ortega la corrupción del poder absoluto Andrea Winbigler La enseñanza monolingüe y la destrucción de las culturas indígenas de Perú 2011 Cristal Tucker Lo positivo del grafiti Deanna Love Las cooperativas en Costa Rica Alex Rearick La educación rural en Argentina Mima

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