• New Resources Added to the Database Library in Turkish Studies

    Democracy in Turkey, 1950-1959: Records of the U.S. State Department Classified Files (Gale) Database Library: Permalink (use for LibGuides): Of note: The database added is part of Gale’s Archives Unbound collection, which is available for text analysis …

  • WISLI Student Conference

  • ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) Workshop

    With funding from the U.S. Department of Education, the Assessment and Evaluation Language Resource Center (AELRC) at Georgetown University is sponsoring a free ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) Workshop for teachers of heritage or less commonly taught languages and/or teachers …

  • Indonesian Language Partners are Needed!

    The SEAFLI program and Project GO are in need of additional Indonesian Language Partners for this summer. Here’s the link to the job portal, applications are open till May 15.

  • Henry Luce Scholars Program 2025-26 Applications Now Open

    If you know an academically motivated U.S. student leader with little to no experience in Asia who might be interested in spending a year living and working in an Asian country, encourage them to learn …

  • NFLC New e-Learning Portal

    The NFLC at University of Maryland just launched their new e-Learning Portal this past month, which contains resources in many of our languages.

  • Flagship Exchange Panel on AI

    The Language Flagship Technology Innovation Center invites directors, coordinators, and teachers from Flagship programs, Language Training Centers, Project GO, and DLIFLC to participate in our third and final panel on AI in the world language …

  • New Job Posting for SEAFLI and TURFLI Programs!

    The American Councils Program will be hiring a Program Manager and Program Officer to work on the SEAFLI and TURFLI programs. They are looking specially for people with expertise in South/Southeast Asia.

  • Identity and Language in Wartime Ukraine Lecture

    From our colleagues at CREECA: Please join us this Thursday for the next installment of the CREECA lecture series: “Identity and Language in Wartime Ukraine” A lecture by Volodymyr Kulyk (National Academy of Sciences of …

  • Lessons from the Revolutions of 1989 in East Central Europe Symposium

    From our colleagues at CREECA: Next week on Friday, April 26, 2024, join us for a day-long symposium on “Lessons from the Revolutions of 1989 in East Central Europe,” organized by Professor David Danaher (GNS+). …

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