Tell me what Sonoran Spanish sounds like: dialect self-evaluation
Refreshments will be served. See you all there!
The field of Folk Linguistics has been explored in sociolinguistics studies much longer than it has been traditionally recognized; Preston (2000) presents a proposal for the studies […]
This Friday at 3:30 in Greene 528, Dr. Ola Furmanek will present:
The Dialogue Interpreter’s Learning Trajectory: holism, reflection and collaborative dimensions.
This paper examines emerging competency-based approaches to translator education and their applications to initial community interpreter training and continuing professional development. It argues that the lack of structured guidance for professional interpreters is […]
An interesting piece from the Independent on language diversity.
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Periodically during the semester, WFU faculty and friends in languages and linguistics gather in Greene Hall 528 to discuss their research and current topics in the field.
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