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Teaching the Middle Ages: Pandemic Lessons and Post-Pandemic Pedagogy, Part 2 (2021)

The second of 2 videos from the New England Medieval Consortium’s 2021 Conference, “Teaching the Middle Ages: Pandemic Lessons and Post-Pandemic Pedagogy. This video includes a session on…

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Ines Montani, Solutions for Advanced NLP for Diverse Languages, May 12, 2022

This event is part of the New Languages for NLP: Building Linguistic Diversity in the Digital Humanities Institute, in partnership with DARIAH-EU and generously supported by a grant from the National…

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J. Cohen Lecture Recording_4-25-22

When the Source is a Moving Target

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S. Bye Lecture Recording_9-13-21

Translating Polish Reportage: Challenges and Strategies

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A. Hunter Lecture Recording_10-11-21

Hearing Voices: Narrative Voice, Dialogue, and Character Acting in Literary Translation

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A. Becker Lecture Recording_10-25-21

Translating Between Modalities: The Case Study of American Sign Language and English

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The Book of Dreams: The Linguistic Project of Translating Khwabnama, the Great Bangladesh Novel

Arunava Sinha discusses his translation of Khwabnama (Book of Dreams), written by Akhtaruzzaman Elias (1943-97); the greatest Bangladeshi fiction writer of the twentieth century. Arunava Sinha…

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Emotional Relief a Study of International Crisis Response in Haiti, Germalysa Fendjie Ferrer, UG '22 (3964834)

On January 24th through the 25th of this year, a recent United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, A service report stated there were a total of more than 30 earthquakes…

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“I am Done (with) My Homework”: the Semantics, Syntax, and Variation of a Feature of Philadelphia English, Molly Cutler, UG '23 (3963503)

In my research, I look at a syntactic feature that is local to Philadelphia English, which is a type of sentence structure that Philadelphians find normal, and might not even realize that people…

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20220225_WDA Conference-PM_SC 1 (Output 1)

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Indigenous Symposium - November 4, 2021

Indigenous Symposium - November 4, 2021

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2021 ENG Class Day FILM

Department of English Seniors and Faculty share passages that moved them most; part of the Class Day Celebration for the Class of 2021.

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BLAC16June2021_Juneteenth

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CREMS: Creatures of the Imagination: Visualizing Monsters in the Early Modern Sciences-Trim

A workshop featuring talks by:Surekha Davies: “Life on the Edge: Imaginative Prototyping and Sea Monsters in Early Modern Europe” For early modern European naturalists, the ocean…

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2021 Sophomore Open House_Final

English Department 2021 Sophomore Virtual Open House

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