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Please find below a listing of Romanian Language and Culture Academic Centers and Chairs in the US, offering a variety of information, resources, and academic programs on Romanian Language, History and Culture. This listing is by no means exhaustive and we welcome any suggestions for additions and updates. Special thanks to Marie-Louise Semen for compiling this information.

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Arizona State University Romanian Program
Romanian Language Courses: beggining, intermediate and advanced courses in Romanian language and culture; Literature courses: Studies in literature and culture of pre/post communist Europe; Summer program: Romania and Central Europe.
Program coordinator: Ileana Orlich
Other contacts: Julieta Paulesc

ASU Romanian Program

Languages and Literatures LL Room 402 A

Tempe, AZ 85287
Tel: 480-965-4658

Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of California, Los Angeles
Romanian language and culture, Romanian for heritage speakers, women and literature in Eastern Europe, foreign language pedagogy.
Contact: Georgiana Galateanu, Lecturer & Chair main office

Slavic Languages & literatures
University of California, Los Angeles
322 Humanities Building
BOX 951502
Los Angeles, California 90025-1502
Tel: (310) 825-3856
“Nicolae Iorga” Chair at Harriman Institute, Columbia University

Russian, Eurasian and Eastern European Studies at Columbia, Columbia University New York; Romanian Language and Culture.

Chair: pending


Catedra “N. Iorga”
Harriman Institute
420 W 118th Street

Room # 1225

New York, NY 10027

Romanian Language Program, Duke University
Intermediate Romanian Language and Culture; Intensive Romanian Language and Culture; Contemporary Romanian Composition and Readings.
Contact person: Elena Maksimova
Associate Professor of the Practice, Director of Undergraduate Studies

Department of Slavic & Eurasian Studies
Duke University
316 Languages Building
Box 90259
27708-0259, Durham, NC
Tel: 919-660-3140

Ion Raţiu Chair of Romanian Studies, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
Romania and the Romanians in the Modern World.
Chair: Charles E. King

Georgetown University
Department of Government, ICC 658
37th and O Streets, NW
Washington, DC 20057
Tel. 202 687 5907

Romanian Studies at Indiana University
In its Russian and East European Institute (REEI) and Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Indiana University offers: a Romanian studies graduate student fellowship; one of the largest concentrations of Romanian studies specialists in the United States; three years of language instruction during the academic year and a summer intensive language program.

Romanian Studies
Indiana University REEI
Ballantine Hall 565
Bloomington, IN 47405
Phone: (812) 855-7309
Fax: (812) 855-6411

The Romanian Language Program, Ohio State University
Romanian Language and Romanian Culture and Civilization Classes
Contact: Rodica Botoman, Faculty Emeritus & Andrei Creţu, Graduate Teaching Associate

The Romanian Language Program
College of Humanities
Dept. of Slavic and East European Languages and Literatures
400 Hagerty Hall
1775 College Road
Columbus, OH 43210

Pittsburgh Romanian Studies, University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh is an interdisciplinary and intra-university group started by Irina Livezeanu of the University of Pittsburgh and Andreea Deciu Ritivoi of Carnegie Mellon University in 2003. It is now a registered student group of the University of Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh Romanian Studies
University of Pittsburgh
3520 Posvar Hall

Pittsburgh, PA

Romanian Language and Culture Classes, Slavic Department, University of Washington
Bulgarian, Russian, Romanian, and Old Church Slavic languages; Slavic Linguistics, especially historical phonology and morphology.
Contact: James Augerot, Professor

Romanian Language and Culture Classes

Slavic Department
University of Washington
Box  353580
Seattle, WA 98195

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