CODEN: WLLCA8
ISSN: 2821-3041 (Online)
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World Languages, Literature and Cultural Studies (WLLCS)

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The 21st century has connected the world in unprecedented ways. Learning a new language and studying its culture and literature opens up exciting horizons for your intellectual, professional and social life which empower with a renewed understanding of own language and cultural practices. Ability to talk to others and gather information beyond the world of English will contribute to personal development in becoming an informed and responsible world citizen. Studying second languages, the cultures where they are spoken and the literatures which best represent their most celebrated expression will widen inter-cultural awareness, provide with valuable communicative skills for today’s changing global job market and acquaint with the foremost thinkers and writers of countries beyond the English world. Studies on common factors shared between society’s historically recognized greatest thinkers have shown that most of them spoke more than one language. It gives access to historical and emergent traditions of literature, culture and thought. Through critical interpretation and dialogue, we can see how language mediated through texts arranges and allows different ways of knowing and living.

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