Fulfill your Global Language requirement through level 3 by studying one of six languages offered in the Department of Germanic & Slavic Languages & Literatures. In this world there are: 157 million Russian speakers, 130 million German speakers, 40 million Polish speakers, 23 million Dutch speakers, 20 million BCS speakers and over 10 million Czech speakers. Which one will you learn?
GSLL is Hiring!
GSLL is searching for an Assistant or Associate Professor in East European Jewish Studies.
Learn more about the position here.
GSLL offers a wide array of innovative courses in literature, linguistics, film, culture and theory spanning the Viking Age to the Digital Age. With its five different undergraduate majors, three minors, as well as the Carolina-Duke Graduate Program in German Studies, GSLL is a vibrant community of students and scholars devoted to studying, teaching, and researching the riches of Balkan, Czech, German, Hungarian, Polish, and Russian cultures. Declaring one of GSLL’s B.A. degrees as your second major tells future employers that you’re a well-balanced student, someone who’s complimented their scientific and technical know-how with extensive language, communication and culture training.
Where in Europe or Russia will you go?
Chappel Merit Scholarship Deadlines
October 15 and March 1st