Incorporating Foreign Language Content in Humanities Courses introduces innovative ways to integrate aspects of foreign language study into courses containing humanities concepts.

The edited collection offers case studies from various universities and across multiple languages. It serves as a useful guide to all foreign language faculty with any language expertise (as well as others interested in promoting foreign languages) for the adaptation and development of their own curricula. Infusing foreign language content into English-taught humanities courses helps promote languages as practical and relevant to students.

It will be of interest to language educators, including teachers, teachers-in-training, teacher educators, and administrators.

chapter |11 pages


ByPriya Ananth, Leah Tolbert Lyons

part Part II|52 pages


part Part III|48 pages


chapter 11|9 pages

Teaching katakana in a cool Japan culture course

ByYumiko Tashiro

chapter 12|9 pages

Understanding Chinese behavioral culture through cross-cultural communication

ByJunqing (Jessie) Jia

chapter 13|8 pages

Introducing the Portuguese language through Brazilian popular culture

BySoraya Calheiros Nogueira

chapter 14|8 pages

Culture and language appreciation in a history of Latin America course

ByBeatriz García Glick

chapter 15|11 pages

Heroes and Heroínas: teaching myths and legends through Hispanic culture

ByTiffany Gagliardi Trotman

chapter |4 pages


ByPriya Ananth, Leah Tolbert Lyons