Announcement for Instructor of Quechua

Instructor of Quechua


Joseph Stanley at the Penn Linguistics Colloquium

UGA Linguistics student, Joseph Stanley, will be presenting at this weekend's 39th Annual Penn Linguistics Conference. His paper, entitled "Brother Bell’s Audience Design: Forms of Address among Latter- day Saint Young Adults," is part of the socilinguistics session on Saturday, March 21st. Best of luck, Joey!

UGA students at Forging Linguistic Identities Conference

Three students from our Graduate Program in Hispanic Linguistics will be presenting papers at next week's Forging Linguistic Identities Conference, set to be held at Towson University in Maryland.

Bethany Bateman: "Incorporating Oral Narratives as Relevant Data for Linguistic Study"

Kate Bove: "Grammatical borrowing as an indicator of dual identity:  the case of plural marking in Quechua-Spanish bilinguals"

Sarah Hubbel: "The emerging Garífuna-Spanish Identity"

Allin P'unchay, Athens!

I am very please to announce that the first issue of Allin P’unchay, Athens!, the newsletter for the Latin American Indigenous Languages Initative, is complete. Thanks to the collective efforts of a very dedicated crew of students (Bethany Bateman, Jaynie Chandler, and Marcela Reales), the newsletter has turned out to be quite an accomplishment.



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