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Brigham Young University. Department of Asian and Slavic Languages

 Organization

Dates

  • Existence: 1972-1982

Administrative History

The Department of Asian and Slavic Languages (1972-1982) was an instructional unit at Brigham Young University.

The Department of Asian and Slavic Languages was established in 1972 in realignment of language instruction in College of Humanities. It included faculty from the earlier Department of Classical and Asian Languages and Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages. In 1982 the department was split again with faculty reassigned to the new Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Department of Asian and Near Eastern Languages.

Department chairs included Donworth V. Gubler (1972-1978) and Donald K. Jarvis (1978-1982).

Citation

Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages records, 1976-1991

BYU Organizational History Project website, via WWW, July 21, 2014 (Department of Asian and Slavic Languages; formed in 1972 in realignment of language instruction in College of Humanities; earlier Department of Classical and Asian Languages and Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages split to create Department of Asian and Slavic Languages and Department of Classical, Biblical, and Middle Eastern Languages; chairs: Donworth V. Gubler (1972-1978) and Donald K. Jarvis (1978-1982); department split in 1982 and merged into Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Department of Asian and Near Eastern Languages)