|SEP 23 12 PMWhat is Linguistic Diversity?Online
How can we strive to make our campus a more inclusive place for users of different languages and varieties? This session will focus on the centrality of language to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access. We will cover challenges such as linguistic bias, linguistic racism and discrimination, and linguistic microaggressions as well as discuss strategies for actively creating linguistic inclusion, access and equity across our campus community and beyond.
Speaker: Christine Mallinson
, Director of the Center for Social Science Scholarship; Special Assistant for Research & Creative Achievement and APLU-CoR Fellow in the Office for Research & Creative Achievement; Professor of Language, Literacy, and Culture; Affiliate Professor of Gender, Women’s + Sexuality Studies
Featuring LLC Ph.D. Students: Kara Seidel, Lavon Davis, and James Wright
The Looking in the Mirror Series is presented by CAHSS.