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Cover linguaculture 2024 4Avem deosebita plăcere de a anunța apariția numărului 1/2024 al Revistei internaționale Linguaculture, publicația Catedrei de limba și literatura engleză și a Centrului Linguaculture. Având tema C.S. Lewis - The Re-enchanted Academic, numărul a fost co-editat de Anne-Frédérique MOCHEL-CABALLERO (Universitatea Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, Franța) și Teodora GHIVIRIGĂ (Universitatea „Alexandru Ioan Cuza” din Iași), putând fi citit integral pe site-ul revistei

Revista Linguaculture este indexată în mai multe baze de date internaționale (ERIH+, Index Copernicus, DOAJ, Dimensions etc.) și a fost inclusă, în baza unei evaluări, în Index Copernicus Journals MasterList 2022. 

On June 24 and 25, 2024, we had the great pleasure of joining our English Studies Classes of 2024 on their Graduation Day Ceremonies! 

Congratulating everyone for their hard work and achievements, here are the accounts of these ceremonies by two of our colleagues:

June 24, 2024

English Studies Graduation Day 2024Monday’s graduation ceremony of Class 2021-2024 celebrated the English Minor and American Studies students, together with professors from the Romanian and foreign languages departments and family and friends. Our very own Ștefana Iosif from the English Department gave the opening speech in which she emphasized both the privilege that we as professors enjoy in working with and molding great minds, but also the great advantages that our students benefit from and have made the most of during their academic journey. Quoting from Maya Angelou, Stefana placed importance on giving back and being “someone’s blessing”, highlighting qualities such as openness, empathy, and curiosity which the two Romanian-English valedictorians, Maria Corina Dimitriu and Bogdan Vișan also underlined in their stirring graduation speeches. Lorelei Caraman inspired the American Studies graduates with the reading of the poem “Wild Geese” by Mary Oliver, encouraging empathy and the ability to situate themselves in “the family of things”. Thus, Monday’s ceremony prompted both joy and reflection, looking back on the students’ progress and achievements, but also looking forward to what the future may have in store and the ways in which the young graduates can bring about change and become “someone’s blessing”.

Florina Năstase, Lecturer, PhD

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