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Faculty Members Lecture on Identity and Language in Videos from 2012 Chicago Humanities Festival

Michael Silverstein, the Charles F. Grey Distinguished Service Professor in Anthropology, Linguistics, and Psychology, and Raúl Coronado, Associate Professor in English Language and Literature, lectured as part of the 2012 Chicago Humanities Festival. Coronado spoke on Latino Identity and Literature, drawing on his studies of Latina/o literary and cultural history from the colonial period to the 1940s. Silverstein gave a lecture titled “America’s Tongues” that highlighted his work in the structure and history of language.

Information about the 2013 Chicago Humanities Festival can be found here.

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