With a world-class faculty offering courses in more than 20 languages and cultures, ASU's School of International Letters and Cultures is one of the most dynamic international humanities programs in the United States.
Spanning disciplinary and cultural boundaries, the School of International Letters and Cultures advances knowledge about the world’s languages and their cultural products. Through teaching and research, the school opens both minds and doors to international and domestic opportunity.
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Global Intersections, the blog driven by faculty-led research in the School of Letters and Cultures provides insights into the state of second language, literature, and culture study within 21st-century higher education. The multilingual publication focuses on issues ranging from second language acquisition and pedagogical methods to linguistic landscapes and digital storytelling; from explorations in the diversity of the world’s cultural, literary and artistic productions to research involving media and international approaches to digital humanities.
Courtney Peña, BA Spanish Recent Arizona State University graduate Courtney Peña is on a trajectory to make a difference.