The School of Languages, Cultures, and Race offers exciting opportunities in education, research, study abroad, and community involvement for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Centered on cultivating deep transdisciplinary understanding of linguistic, cultural, national, social, and racial perspectives in a global context, the school provides students with key knowledge, skills, and experience for success in an increasingly diverse and integrated global society.
We invite you to explore our website and to stop by the main office in Thompson Hall, room 110, to say hello. You can also read about the formation of SLCR and the school’s director in the College of Arts & Sciences Story Hub.
Please visit the WSU COVID-19 website for up-to-date information on university operations.
We are sad to report that the 2020 Palouse French Film Festival has been canceled due to regulations on gatherings related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Different options for a virtual festival were explored, but none seemed adequate for various reasons. We will miss seeing all of you in October but look forward to a great 11th edition of the festival in 2021!
News & Events
- New!! Director Carmen R. Lugo-Lugo and Professor Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo (CES) published an article titled Narratives of Infectious Threat and Contagion Crises in Contemporary Immigration Rhetoric in the journal Label Me Latina/o.
- Watch Associate Professor John Streamas read two poems here
- Get the Scoop on SLCR News here
- French Major Vanessa Giramata was recognized as first Schwarzman distinguished scholarship finalist. See the story here.
- Cassandra Gulam Recognized for Community Language Project
- Washington State Magazine Article on Hearts in Motion
Staff of The School of Languages, Cultures, and Race are currently complying with WSU’s directive to continue to work from home.
However, we are still available through phone, email, and other technology.
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