TABLE: Toward a Better Linguistics Environment (Colloquium Series) w/ Kelly Wright
Monday, Oct 18, 2021 | 3:00 pm
TABLE: Toward a Better Linguistics Environment
Fall Colloquium Series (Mondays at 3pm)
Presented by the Linguistics Department, and co-sponsored by the Office of Graduate Diversity, and the Center for Race & Gender.
370 dwinelle or zoom registration: https://tinyurl.com/register-
TABLE, is a colloquium series which aims to give space to socially and theoretically important topics which are historically neglected within the fields of linguistics and language studies. Speakers will touch on topics including language and gender, language and race, signed language, language and ability, decolonizing linguistics, and social justice pedagogy. While a primary goal of this series is to generate ideas for GSIs and faculty to incorporate directly into their teaching and research, this talk series will be of interest to the general public and all are welcome.
Kirby Conrod – October 4
Robert Englebretson – October 11
Kelly Wright – October 18
Julie Hochgesang – November 8
Linda Tuhiwai Smith – November 15
Anna Bax – November 22