Not as much fun, alas; nothing beats sarcasm — but still worth a look. The study of modern languages at a high level offers a gateway to international business, diplomacy, and research in all fields. The study of literature in foreign languages challenges students to cross cultural boundaries and teaches them how to do so effectively. It is moving the world out of reach. Three of the programs cut — French, Italian, and Russian — are significant New York heritage languages, and a large French-speaking population lives right over the border in Quebec.
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Professor Jorge Ruffinelli Uruguay , a disciple of Angel Rama at the University of Uruguay, followed him as Director of the literary section of the seminal Uruguayan weekly Marcha in At the Universidad Veracruzana he was also Professor in the school of Letters, and collaborated in all the major cultural journals and newspapers of the Latin American continent. He has published twenty books of literary and cultural criticism and more than five hundred articles, critical notes and reviews in journals throughout the world. In he filmed a documentary on Augusto Monterroso for which he interviewed major Mexican writers and critics. He is completing the first Encyclopedia of Latin American Cinema, for which he has written around two thousand articles on feature films from and about Latin America.
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