TU Language & Literature graduates excel in business, teaching, and prestigious graduate schools due to their unique skill set. Starting with student-centered language classes, a study abroad experience, and advanced-level courses, they gain cultural awareness, language proficiency, and a deep understanding of textual analysis and literary genres. This prepares them for success in a global society, making study abroad an integral part of their college experience.
School of Language & Literature
Language rights at home and abroad
Professor Eduardo Faingold, from The University of Tulsa School of Language and Literature, recently published a book on language policies in Scandinavian countries. Titled 'Language Rights and the Law in Scandinavia,' the book explores language development and policies in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland, the Faroe Islands, and Greenland. Faingold, a renowned expert in Spanish and linguistics, has authored numerous articles and is concurrently working on a book examining the Spanish language in contact with Hebrew and Yiddish across Latin America, Europe, and Israel.
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