Fordham University

Do YOU HAVE an ACCENT? WEDNESDAY–DECEMBER 2ND–2020-2:30-3:30PM (EST)  Register in advance for this meeting: https://fordham.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIoce-urjgqGt30sGk8Hvvc8xKmHD_ifHC_ OUR SPEAKERS Elaine Chun Elaine Wonhee Chun is Associate Professor of English and Linguistics at the University of South Carolina. Her research examines how language practices reflect and shape ideologies of language, race, and racism in the United States and transnational contexts. Drawing […]

Social Innovation Project 2020-2021 Harnessing Local Knowledge: Rural Development, Migration, and Climate Change in the West African Sahel Project Leader Dr. Isaie Dougnon Project Interns Christine Ibrahim Puri Molly Gleason The Sahel is a semi-arid region which stretches across the African continent from Senegal to Eritrea. It has been deeply affected by climate change and […]

2019 FRENCH VOICES AWARD GRAND PRIZE IN NON FICTION Trop noire pour être Française by Isabelle Boni-Claverie Tr. by Joshua Jordan, (Tallandier, 2017 / Seeking an American publisher – please contact Dominique Missika and Joshua Jordan for further information)   Isabelle Boni-Claverie offers an American readership rare insights into the differences and similarities of racial dynamics in her own country and the US. At once […]