The Sociolinguistics of Lisping Dr. Sarah Lockenvitz – Associate Professor of Communication Sciences, Missouri State University Wednesday, September 29, 2021 12:00-1:00 p.m. Join via Zoom. Please contact Dr. Antoinette Barffour with any questions. Speech sound disorders represent one of the intersections between linguistics and speech-language pathology. Phonetic-type impairments, or articulation disorders, can include lisping, which […]
Catalina Silva first became interested in Spanish as a junior in high school when she took a Spanish class designed for native speakers. She had grown up learning the language and the class got her interested in learning more. When coming to Missouri State, Silva combined her interest in Spanish with her long-standing goal of […]
Samantha Tintner’s interest in modern and classical languages started when she took her first Spanish class at age 11. Her interest turned to fascination when she went on a study abroad trip to Costa Rica two years later. By the time Tintner began her studies at Missouri State she already had seven years of education […]
The department of modern and classical languages and the Missouri State Film Series have teamed up to host the Tournées Film Festival, a virtual series of six French-directed films.
Abigail Goertzen’s interest in French began well before she came to Missouri State through her grandmother, a retired French teacher. She learned a lot about the language and culture from a young age and began to take classes in high school. Her love for the language and existing transfer credits made choosing to study French […]