"Native American Language Revitalization in Wisconsin: The Case of Menominee" Talk by Monica Macaulay, February 10, 12-1, 254 Van Hise

Please join us this Tuesday for Monica Macaulay's talk on her work with the Menominee on language revitalization, from noon to 1 pm in Van Hise 254.  The talk is part of the series "Language Matters: Language, Power, Equity and Justice." This public brownbag is sponsored by the Language Institute, the Department of Linguistics, the Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures, the Department of Anthropology and the American Indian Studies Program.

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