El dia que nos llevaron al cine y otros cuentos, a collection of short stories written by Paquita Suárez-Coalla and translated by BMCC Prof. Maria Enrico, has been released by Editorial Campana.


Professor Barrero's New Anthology of Poet Jane Kenyon
Hilario Barrero, Associate Professor in the Modern Languages Department, just published a bilingual anthology of the poet Jane Kenyon (1947-1995), titled “De otra mannera.” or “Otherwise,” from one of Kenyon’s most popular poems.

A Butterfly Girl and Flying Leaf Help Save the World
Dr. Alister Ramírez Márquez’s Colombian roots inspire him to write a mystical—and colorful—children’s story.

BMCC at the MLA

Three English professors present at the Modern Language Association’s prestigious international convention.

Welcome to the Modern Languages Department, offering the Modern Languages major with a specialization in French, Spanish or Italian. You can also take courses in Chinese, German or Arabic.

In addition to majoring in Modern Languages, you can take language courses to use as an elective in another major.

Why Study Modern Languages?

Our Modern Languages Clubs and Literary Magazines will give you more opportunities to fine-tune your new skills. You will have access to the BMCC Language Lab for more interactice practice.

Contact us at the Modern Languages Office if you have any questions.

Student Literary Magazines

We are enthusiastic about the literary magazines produced by the BMCC Modern Languages Department. These publications represent a collaboration between students and faculty. Here are some recent issues.

Echos du Tout-Monde, 2015-16
Echos du Tout-Monde, 2014-15
Echos du Tout-Monde, 2013-14
Echos du Tout-Monde, 2012-13

Acentos Latinos #17, May 2015
Acentos Latinos #16, May 2015
Acentos Latinos #15, May 2014
Acentos Latinos #14, April 2013
Acentos Latinos #13, February 2013
Acentos Latinos #12, December 2012

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