On January 11, several faculty members of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures — Dr Alessia Valfredini, Dr Carl Fischer and Dr Susane Haffner, took part in Cripping Pedagogy workshop held at Rose Hill, see for further information below. https://news.fordham.edu/inside-fordham-category/lectures-and-events/faculty-strives-make-lessons-open/
16th-Century Book by Anti-Machiavellian Jesuit Gifted to University Fordham University Libraries has received a 1599 publication of Father Pedro de Ribadeneira’s response to “The Prince,” titled, “Tratto della Religione.” The rare book was given to Fordham’s Special Collections by Italian businessman Gianluigi Longhi and is one of only 35 copies in the world. http://bit.ly/2xBK63D
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On Tuesday, August 29, 2017, Dr. Sarah Grey opened her new EEG lab for Language and Multilingualism Research to the Fordham community. The lab, located on the 4th floor of 557 E. Fordham Road, is dedicated to the study of how our minds and brains learn and process multiple languages. For further information, please feel free […]
Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Grey who has recently been awarded a Language Learning Early Career Research Grant (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291467-9922/homepage/grant_programs.htm). This grant will provide her funding for her project: “Electrophysiology of late-learned language: A within-subjects view” and help fund a team of undergraduate Research Assistants at Fordham University who will be trained on experiment design and data collection […]