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Latest Episodes

Russian Popular Culture: Experiments in Consolation and Anti-Glamour

An interview with Professor David Macfadyen, UCLA Slavic Department

25 MIN2010 JUL 13
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Russian Popular Culture: Experiments in Consolation and Anti-Glamour

Ruminations on Heritage Languages: A Few (Semi)Radical Thoughts

Podcast by Guadalupe Valdes, Stanford University

39 MIN2010 MAR 24
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Ruminations on Heritage Languages: A Few (Semi)Radical Thoughts

The Heritage Language Discourse: Making Headway in Policy

Joseph Lo Bianco, University of Melbourne and President of the Australian Academy of the Humanities

54 MIN2010 MAR 13
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The Heritage Language Discourse: Making Headway in Policy

Special Presentation: Using Translation in the Heritage Language Classroom

Michael Heim, University of California, Los Angeles

33 MIN2010 MAR 13
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Special Presentation: Using Translation in the Heritage Language Classroom

Why Bother with Heritage Speakers?

Maria Polinksy, Harvard University

9 MIN2010 MAR 13
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Why Bother with Heritage Speakers?

Multilingual Education Policy and Practice: Ten Certainties

Nancy Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania

52 MIN2010 MAR 13
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Multilingual Education Policy and Practice: Ten Certainties

10 languages and counting. Part 1

Michael Heim, professor of Slavic languages and literatures at UCLA, says he's never learned a language just for the sake of learning it, and he tells why experts write the worst textbooks.

10 MIN2009 FEB 3
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10 languages and counting. Part 1

10 languages and counting. Part 2

Michael Heim on the importance of learning languages.

10 MIN2009 FEB 3
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10 languages and counting. Part 2

What Is It About Swahili, Tom Hinnebusch?

A UCLA professor emeritus of linguistics talks about language-counting, what makes Swahili special, and what becomes of manuscripts in East Africa.

9 MIN2008 SEP 23
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What Is It About Swahili, Tom Hinnebusch?

What Do You Do, Terry Wiley?

The director of the Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Arizona State University discusses his multidisciplinary approach with CWL's Kathryn Paul.

6 MIN2008 JUN 4
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What Do You Do, Terry Wiley?

Latest Episodes

Russian Popular Culture: Experiments in Consolation and Anti-Glamour

An interview with Professor David Macfadyen, UCLA Slavic Department

25 MIN2010 JUL 13
Comments
Russian Popular Culture: Experiments in Consolation and Anti-Glamour

Ruminations on Heritage Languages: A Few (Semi)Radical Thoughts

Podcast by Guadalupe Valdes, Stanford University

39 MIN2010 MAR 24
Comments
Ruminations on Heritage Languages: A Few (Semi)Radical Thoughts

The Heritage Language Discourse: Making Headway in Policy

Joseph Lo Bianco, University of Melbourne and President of the Australian Academy of the Humanities

54 MIN2010 MAR 13
Comments
The Heritage Language Discourse: Making Headway in Policy

Special Presentation: Using Translation in the Heritage Language Classroom

Michael Heim, University of California, Los Angeles

33 MIN2010 MAR 13
Comments
Special Presentation: Using Translation in the Heritage Language Classroom

Why Bother with Heritage Speakers?

Maria Polinksy, Harvard University

9 MIN2010 MAR 13
Comments
Why Bother with Heritage Speakers?

Multilingual Education Policy and Practice: Ten Certainties

Nancy Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania

52 MIN2010 MAR 13
Comments
Multilingual Education Policy and Practice: Ten Certainties

10 languages and counting. Part 1

Michael Heim, professor of Slavic languages and literatures at UCLA, says he's never learned a language just for the sake of learning it, and he tells why experts write the worst textbooks.

10 MIN2009 FEB 3
Comments
10 languages and counting. Part 1

10 languages and counting. Part 2

Michael Heim on the importance of learning languages.

10 MIN2009 FEB 3
Comments
10 languages and counting. Part 2

What Is It About Swahili, Tom Hinnebusch?

A UCLA professor emeritus of linguistics talks about language-counting, what makes Swahili special, and what becomes of manuscripts in East Africa.

9 MIN2008 SEP 23
Comments
What Is It About Swahili, Tom Hinnebusch?

What Do You Do, Terry Wiley?

The director of the Division of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Arizona State University discusses his multidisciplinary approach with CWL's Kathryn Paul.

6 MIN2008 JUN 4
Comments
What Do You Do, Terry Wiley?

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