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Navigating Code-Switching and Language Biases in Academic Settings
January 23 at 10:00 am - 11:30 amFree
Have you experienced or witnessed linguistic gatekeeping during your studies? This workshop will focus on code-switching in academic settings, and the colonial, patriarchal, and exclusionary language barriers that graduate students often face. We will discuss how to navigate the university’s expectations around language while still asserting our own voices, and how we, as TAs and instructors, can support other students in navigating these questions themselves.
This session will be offered twice, once in-person (January 23) and once virtually (January 25). Suitable for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows from all disciplines.
This workshop is part of our Research Excellence Workshop Leader Initiative (REWLI). Click here to learn more and see the full list of offerings.
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