We focus on the four most widely used Romance languages – French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish – and on their cultural and literary traditions around the globe. Independent studies in Catalan Literature are also available.   Learn more...

Undergraduate Programs

Today, Romance languages are spoken in Europe, North and South America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Africa, and Southeast Asia. Their rich cultural and literary heritage plays a key role in the world's multicultural societies.  Learn more...

Graduate Programs

Combining a broad knowledge of each literature through diverse course offerings and specialized research working one-on-one with faculty, our graduate programs nurture students' individual interests.  Learn more...

News from the Harvard Libraries

LEARN TO USE CITATION TOOLS: In-depth Workshops (guided time for hands-on practice with a single tool)

Thursday, November 13th  --  3:30-5:00 PM
Gutman Library, Room 302                 *limited to 20 attendees
Register: email Emily Bell (emilybell@fas.harvard.edu)
Wednesday, November 12th  --  3:30-5:00 PM
Tozzer Library, Seminar Room       *limited to 12 attendees
email Emily Bell (emilybell@fas.harvard.edu)


Tuesday, November 4th  --  3:00-4:00 PM
Widener Library, Room 240      *limited to 18 attendees
Register: email Emily Bell (emilybell@fas.harvard.edu)

Latest News

RLL Endorses Harvard Teaching Campaign

November 21, 2014

Faculty, students, and teaching fellows from the Romance Languages and Literatures Department endorsed on Tuesday the Harvard Teaching Campaign, a movement urging administrators to cap sections and lab groups at 12 students.

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