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 […]
Sociolinguistic Perspectives on Domestic Slave Migrations and Ensuing Language and Dialect Contact in the Southeast Dr. Michael D. Picone – Emeritus Professor of French and Linguistics, The University of Alabama Tuesday, April 13, 2021 12:00-1:00 p.m. Join via Zoom. Please contact Dr. Antoinette Barffour with any questions. Beginning with the dialect writing of Missouri-bred author […]
Several online courses are available for the summer. Summer 2020 Schedule May 18 – Summer Intersession classes begin May 25 – Memorial Day holiday (no classes) June 5 – Summer Intersession classes end June 8 – Classes begin July 3 – Independence Day observed (no classes) July 29 – Last day of classes July 30-31 […]
Students, don’t miss an opportunity to visit Greece! Apply by March 3rd for this Study Away program sponsored by Global Studies and the Department of Modern & Classical Languages. In this study away course “Ancient Athens and Aigina: Cult Centers and Coastal Connections” students will study and visit three of the key sites in an […]
The Department of Modern & Classical Languages has released its Fall 2013 newsletter. Highlights include news on the Foreign Language Institute, spotlight on Dr. Roger Dowdy who received the Award for Excellence in Study Away Programming, the summer’s successful MO3 Conference, Dia de lo Muertos, and more.