Speaking of Language
S10E12 - Sam Tilsen - Emergence of Dialects

S10E12 - Sam Tilsen - Emergence of Dialects

November 30, 2022

Sam and Angelika meet with Dr. Sam Tilsen, an Associate Professor of Linguistics at Cornell. He and his collaborator, Dr. James Sethna, were recently awarded one of the College of Arts and Sciences’ New Frontiers Grants for their research on dialects.

https://conf.ling.cornell.edu/

#clique
#fiddlesticks

Thanksgiving 2022 Mini-Episode

Thanksgiving 2022 Mini-Episode

November 23, 2022

As another Thanksgiving break approaches, Language Resource Center staff and their colleagues reflect on who they are grateful for.

In order of appearance:

Sam Lupowitz, LRC Media Manager

Angelika Kraemer, LRC Director

Kelly Zeng Ho, LRC Student Assistant

Emma Britton, LRC Learning Initiatives Coordinator

Xue Shao, LRC Student Assistant

Julia Felice, Engagement Specialist, Intergroup Dialogue Project at Cornell University

Sebastian Young, LRC Student Assistant

Angela Chen, LRC Student Assistant

#stillstillgrateful

S10E11 - Claudia Holguín Mendoza - Antiracist Critical Literacy: Methodologies of the Oppressed for Language Education

S10E11 - Claudia Holguín Mendoza - Antiracist Critical Literacy: Methodologies of the Oppressed for Language Education

November 16, 2022

Dr. Claudia Holguín Mendoza gave a keynote as part of this year’s Consortium for Language Teaching and Learning Workshop on Language Pedagogy. Her talk discussed Antiracist Critical Literacy and Methodologies of the Oppressed for Language Education. She follows up on opportunities to reimagine language teaching with critical literacy and student support at the forefront. 

https://csll.ucr.edu/

https://pedagogiascriticas.ucr.edu/

#HogodolagadaCogodomogodoeguedestagadas

S10E10 - Julia de Aragón - Latino Heritage Association of Tompkins County

S10E10 - Julia de Aragón - Latino Heritage Association of Tompkins County

November 9, 2022

Julia de Aragón is a board member of the Latino Civic Association of Tompkins County (where Cornell University sits). She sits down with Sam and Angelika to describe the programs and resources this volunteer organization offers our local community.

Facebook: Latino Civic Association of Tompkins County
Website: lca-of-tc.org
 

#batata

 

S10E9 - Peidong Sun - Fashion and Politics in Twentieth-Century China

S10E9 - Peidong Sun - Fashion and Politics in Twentieth-Century China

November 2, 2022

Dr. Peidong Sun of Cornell's history department discusses her course titled Fashion and Politics in Twentieth-Century China. She also shares details of her time studying in China and France, as well as her numerous upcoming book projects.

#béton

S10E8 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers

S10E8 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers

October 26, 2022

We are joined by Alexander Adrogué, Isabela Perez, and Frida Herrera, students from Cornell's Spanish for Heritage Speakers courses, as well as course coordinator and instructor Mary K Redmond. We'll hear about the students' experience and what they gained in terms of language and cultural skills and awareness. 

#choripan
#espantapájaro
#caca
#macanudo

S10E7 - Language Teaching, Queer Constellations, and Puppets

S10E7 - Language Teaching, Queer Constellations, and Puppets

October 19, 2022

Isabel Choinowski and Dennis Wegner, Ph.D. candidates in German Studies at Cornell, discuss avant-garde puppetry, gender-inclusive pronouns, Sprachcafé, and more.

https://german.cornell.edu/isabel-choinowski 

​​https://german.cornell.edu/dennis-wegner 

#Kakerlake

#ZackZack

S10E6 - Bruno M. Shirley - Buddhist Sovereignty and Accessible Digital Tools for Humanities Students

S10E6 - Bruno M. Shirley - Buddhist Sovereignty and Accessible Digital Tools for Humanities Students

October 12, 2022

Bruno Shirley, a graduate student in the Department of Asian Studies here at Cornell, discusses his research into Buddhist intellectual histories of political thought and his accompanying study of Sinhala, Tamil, and other less commonly taught languages.

#अम्बा

#අඹ

S10E5 - FLIP - Foreign Language Introduction Program

S10E5 - FLIP - Foreign Language Introduction Program

October 5, 2022

We meet with Thamora Fishel, Chencong Zhu, Irfan Asgani, and Maks Tkachuk, members of the team from FLIP, Cornell’s Foreign Language Introduction Program. They share the background of the organization and their plans for community outreach.

https://einaudi.cornell.edu/

#စားပြီးပြီလား
#Їжа
#SudahMakanBelum?
#你吃了吗?

S10E4 - Stacey M. Johnson - Problem-Based Models for Language and Culture Instruction

S10E4 - Stacey M. Johnson - Problem-Based Models for Language and Culture Instruction

September 28, 2022

Dr. Stacey Johnson follows up on her talk (part of our monthly LRC Speaker Series) about problem-based models for language and culture instruction and describes the transformative power of the language classroom.

https://problembasedculture.wordpress.com/blog/

#bra

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