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New Course in American Indian Studies – A Linguistic Approach to Culture: American Indian Language Ideologies

AIS 475 C A¬†Linguistic¬†Approach to Culture: American Indian Language Ideologies Instructor: Chad Uran MW 12:30 – 2:20 PM I&S American Indian languages have attained symbolic and practical predominance in the renewal and maintenance of tribal identities. While language revitalization efforts … Continue reading

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Linguistics Colloquium – Betsy Evans (01/07/11)

Please come out and hear Betsy Evans, a sociolinguist in our department, talk about her perception research throughout Washington State. More below.

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Linguistics Colloquium – Dennis Preston (05/21/10)

This week’s colloquium will be given by Dennis Preston, and is entitled “The Cognitive Underpinnings of Language Regard.” Dr. Preston is a guest speaker from Oklahoma State, and is one of the big names in language attitude research today. Abstract … Continue reading

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