New Class for Spring 2014: Linguistics, Diversity, & Social Justice!


Contributed by Cathrene Connery

 Are you fascinated by the human experience & language? Check out this new course!

Interested in the human experience?

Fascinated by language?

Seeking to make a difference in the world?

Explore how to make your mark by taking:



Linguistics, Diversity, and Social Justice

Tuesday/Thursdays 2:35 - 3:50 in Williams 314.

EDUC 29004-01 (CRN 43545)




This course examines personal and collective linguistic diversity as a 21rst century proficiency while presenting an overview of the history, theory, research, and pedagogies used to cultivate multilingual, biliterate, and cross-cultural competencies. Students will propose, design, and implement social justice projects that advocate for linguistic diversities from an enrichment perspective. (3 credits). Sophomore standing or Permission of Instructor, Lecture / Discussion / Field Work.


For more information contact:

Dr. Cathrene Connery