Monthly Archives: September 2020

Imaginary Appalachia

Appalachia, the amorphous region in and around the Appalachian Mountains (known locally as “the holler”), has been a source of fascination for linguists for decades. The “holler” refers (generally) to the valleys of the region; a local pronunciation of the … Continue reading

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Protected: Linguistic Prescriptivism: Normative Whiteness and Language Discrimination in the United States

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Protected: Achieving fluency during quarantine

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Protected: Why do we need a Health Equity Lens?

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Protected: The Use of Code Switching by Black Students to Avoid Discrimination in Schools

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Protected: Bilingual Adolescents Differing Brain Structure

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Axiomatic Questioning in Linguistic Knowledge

Seeking a Foundation  The child is the most celebrated grammarian. Their ability for acquisition and the science uncovering a baby’s mind still baffles us at every level of linguistic inquiry. It is fundamental and brings to mind the unassailable question, … Continue reading

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Protected: Racial and Gender Bias in Artificial Intelligence Stems from Human Language

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