Anthropology of Europe and Semiotics Workshops: “Semiotic Contradictions of Bilingual “Mish-Mash” in Eastern Germany: Identity, Temporality, and Standard Language Ideology” by Elizabeth Spreng, UIUC, October 15

Elizabeth Spreng, doctoral candidate at UIUC, will be presenting a chapter of her dissertation entitled: “Semiotic Contradictions of Bilingual “Mish-Mash” in Eastern Germany: Identity, Temporality, and Standard Language Ideology”. Email co-coordinator Owen Kohl for a copy of the paper. Time: 4:30-6:00pm, October 15. Haskell 101 (5836 S. Greenwood Avenue).

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