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Languages, Modern -- Study and teaching

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

American Collegiate Consortium for East-West Cultural and Academic Exchange, 1987

Identifier: MOH62.2
Scope and Contents

Coverage of the American Collegiate Consortium for East-West Cultural and Academic Exchange featuring Tom Bayer, Olin Robinson, Raymond Benson, and Mikhail Alexandrovich.

Dates: 1987

Associate Dean of the Faculty, Vice President of the Language Schools, Schools Abroad, and Graduate Program, 1990-2015

Identifier: A4.VIII
Scope and Contents

These records span from 1990-2015, containing documents from the office of Associate Dean of the Faculty and Vice President of Language Schools, Schools Abroad, and Graduate Program. They are organized chronologically as Geisler took on new roles within these areas of administration. Types of records include communications, statistics, written reports and reviews, etc.

Dates: 1990-2015

Benson, Ray; Sleptsov, Mikhail; Bayer, Tom, 1987

Identifier: MOH62.2
Scope and Contents

1 interview with Mikhail Sleptsov translated by Tom Bayer.

Dates: 1987

Freeman Family archives

Identifier: C-79
Abstract Spanning 130 years in the history of four families, the Freeman Family Archives traces the ancestry, education and professional career of Dr. Stephen A. Freeman, culminating in his pivotal role at Middlebury College. Photographs, letters and documents illuminate Freeman’s ancestors as well as those of his wife, Ruth Hayden Freeman, and allow for a comparative study of four middle-class families (Freeman, Reed, Hayden, and Smith) from the late 19th to mid-20th centuries. The archive also...
Dates: 1870 - 2000

Livosky, Isabel (Professor, Spanish School), July 24, 1996

Identifier: MOH126
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Isabel Livosky, Professor of Spanish at the Spanish School. Livosky discusses the language pledge; the kinds of people who attend SLS; SLS facilities; the Spanish courses that she teaches; importance of teaching culture; diversity among Spanish speaking countries; the relationship between Spain and Latin America; Spanish civil war; guest speakers; Afredo Ramon; Fernando Savater; why people learn Spanish; old students vs. young students; SLS alumni visiting Middlebury; what...
Dates: July 24, 1996

Ramon, Alfredo (Professor, Spanish School), August 5, 1996

Identifier: MOH134
Scope and Contents

1 interview with Alfredo Ramon, Professor of Spanish at the Spanish School.Ramon discussed his work as a painter and his work with the theatre; the Middlebury program in Madrid; traveling to Spain; how he came to Middlebury; what the Spanish school is known for; feminism; differences between Spanish and American culture; and what he likes about teaching.

Dates: August 5, 1996

Robison, Olin (President, faculty), October 27, 1995

Identifier: MOH111
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Olin Robison, Middlebury College President and faculty member. Robison was interviewed by Alison Kirk at Old Chapel. President Robison's role as college president for 15 years; considered a "change agent" (04:37); Pivotal improvement in perception of college as a more confident institution. Promotes the college to encourage a strong international perspective. Goal was to make the college the best liberal arts college in nation (11:09); College becomes an...
Dates: October 27, 1995

Watabe, Masakazu (Director, Japanese School), 1996

Identifier: MOH112
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Masakazu Watabe, Director of the Japanese School. Watabe discussed how he got the directorship; his duties as director; how he challenges the students; how he hired faculty; faculty turnover; 25th Japanese symposium; Japanese curriculum; the proficiency of the students; category 3 languages; language teaching methods; future jobs for Japanese language school students; graduate students' use of Japanese; the use of technology for Japanese language learning; teaching Japanese...
Dates: 1996

Werner Neuse archive

Identifier: C-69
Scope and Contents Collection contains the written works (most of which are in German) of Middlebury College professor Werner Neuse, as well as various other personal materials including diplomas, clippings, a 1918 daybook, an embroidered birthday greeting, medical documents, correspondence, photographs, typescript drafts and bound books. There are a significant number of holograph manuscript drafts. Collection also includes transcriptions of Werner Neuse's father's diaries by Werner's daughter Helga,...
Dates: circa 1915-1987