Since 1987, the Center for Language Studies has facilitated contacts and cooperation among faculty with teaching and research interests in second languages. Our mission is to strengthen language study at Brown University through promoting research, developing teaching techniques, courses, programs, and learning resources, and creating new curricular configurations. CLS supports the application of technologies in language learning, promotes the professional development of language faculty and graduate students. Members include teaching faculty from every language department on campus. CLS is the academic home for American Sign Language, Arabic, Catalan, English for International Teaching Assistants, Hindi/Urdu, and Modern Persian. In addition, the Center may sometimes offer non-credit language courses.

For information on other languages taught at Brown, please contact the relevant department. Brown offers the following languages: Akkadian (Egyptology), American Sign Language, Arabic, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Egyptian (Middle), French, German, Greek (Ancient), Greek (Modern), Haitian Creole, Hebrew (Modern), Hebrew (Biblical), Hindi / Urdu, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Persian (Modern), Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Sanskrit, Spanish.

Affiliations

Faculty Administrative Positions

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Christoff, MirenaAssociate Director of Language Studies

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Sokolosky, JaneDirector of Language Studies

Faculty Positions

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Anvar, IradjVisiting Lecturer in Language Studies

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Christoff, MirenaDistinguished Senior Lecturer in Language Studies

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Faiza, MiledSenior Lecturer in Language Studies

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Gourlay, BarbaraSenior Lecturer in Language Studies

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Hassan, Alla OLecturer in Language Studies

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Koul, Ashok KDistinguished Senior Lecturer in Language Studies

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Riker, Timothy BLecturer in Language Studies

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Sokolosky, JaneDistinguished Senior Lecturer in Language Studies

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Timlin, ChelseaLecturer in Language Studies