Variation in Basque new speakers' multilingual repertoires: implications for sociolinguistic theory Itxaso Rodríguez-Ordóñez Southern Illinois University, Carbondale
The insider-outsider controversy in researching minoritized communities
Opening Doors Through Language: Acquisition, Documentation, and Revitalization Ryan Henke University of Hawaii-Manoa This talk overviews my work in language acquisition, documentation, and revitalization to illustrate how such work addresses language-related issues of access, disparity, …
Workshop for undergraduates: What the Linguistic Society of American can do for you.
Community Engagement in Language Science Ryan Henke
"My language saved my life": Identity, Wellbeing, and Language Reclamation Ruth Rouvier University of California-Berkeley Language loss and reclamation is inextricably linked to broader issues impacting speakers and communities, ranging from physical, mental and social …
Building relationships and capacity through collaboration Community discussion with Ruth Rouvier
WIGL 17, our annual graduate student conference, will feature invited speaker Jacee Cho and themes of syntax, semantics, and second language acquisition.
Undoing White Supremacy in the Language Disciplines Mary Bucholtz, Department of Linguistics, UC-Santa Barbara Part of the Second Language Acquisition PhD program's Talk Series. Location: Online. See the link below for description and attendance details. …
Acoustic Cues and Idiomatic Disambiguation Erwin Lares PhD Student, UW-Madison (Spanish)