Linguistics Circle Talk this Friday October 4th

We are pleased to announce our upcoming Linguistics Circle speaker Dr. Luis González (Department of Spanish and Italian). Dr. González will present his work entitled Adjective position in Spanish: Why you might have a ‘hermosa mamá’, but it is impossible to have a ‘mamá hermosa’“. Friday 10/4 at 3:00-3:50 pm in Greene Hall 239.

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Cherokee Language Symposium

After taking Anthropology/Linguistics 150 and an independent study on the Cherokee language with Professor Margaret Bender, first-year student Brae Troutman accompanied her to the 2019 Cherokee Language Symposium.  Sponsored by Western Carolina University and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, the conference brought together students of the language from all over the country.
In the photos, Troutman (center) attends a workshop at the Cherokee Language Symposium in Cherokee, NC, and visits the famous Cherokee petroglyph site, Judaculla Rock.
Students in class Brae Troutman standing outside, wearing sunglasses What do these markings tell us? 2 clay bowls. Symbols of writing in Cherokee language.
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