- Date: March 12, 2014
- Time: 6:00 pm
- Location: AS 384
Come join scholar Marco Jaquemet (University of San Francisco) on Wedesday, March 12 as he presents his lecture titled “Communicative Breakdowns in Asylum Hearings” as part of the Language & Social Justice in Italy lecture series presented by the College of Liberal Arts Scholarly Intersections Initiative; and the Departments of Anthropology, Linguistics, and Romance, German, Russian Languages & Literatures.
This lecture series explores the intersection of language teaching, learning, and writing with the study of political movements and minority/disadvantaged groups.
The scholars featured here have found in Italy’s changing demographics a rich site for the study of language as a marker of evolving social structures, institutions and practices. Their work will shed light on the Italian context as well as provide a stimulating lens through which to analyze parallel issues in contemporary American/Californian language politics.