Dr. Jason Rohman – Bilingualism and cognition: What psycholinguistic and cognitive neuroscience research tells us about potential benefits of bilingualism

11/16/2016

The Linguistics Program and Department of Romance Languages present a talk on bilingualism and cognition by Dr. Jason Rothman.  This talk will focus on today’s question regarding the potential benefits bilingualism might confer. Tuesday, November 29, 2016 6:00 PM Kulynych Auditorium Byrum Welcome Center

Dr. Jason Rothman – Different is NOT deviant NOR incomplete: Getting at the Source of (Some) Competence Difference in Heritage Speaker Morphosyntax

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The Linguistics Program and the Department of Romance Languages present a talk on heritage speakers by Dr. Jason Rothman.  In his talk, Dr. Rothman will introduce the audience and problematize both the concept of what a heritage language bilingual is and the literature that has studied their competence outcomes in adulthood over the past two […] Read more »

Spring 2017: ENG 357A/657AG – Studies in Chicano/a Literature

11/15/2016

What is a Nation? What is a Border? Offered Mondays & Wednesdays 2:30 – 3:15 PM Dr. Dean Franco Approved for LALS, WGS, AES and ENG credit. Counts toward Division II Requirement

New Course Spring 2017: Not Just Black and White: Transcultural Stories of Latina Women in the U.S. – WGS 321A/621AG

Tuesdays/Thursdays 9:30 – 10:45 AM Dr. Ana León-Távora Approved for LALS credit

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