Friday, 10 February 2023 | 14:00 EST | Virtually via Zoom
Established scholars will explore some of the issues that have faced relating to conceptualizing, translating and researching at the intersection of different languages. They will share from their own research trajectories what has been the most challenges and the most rewarding.
Moderated by Eve Haque, York Research Chair in Linguistic Diversity and Community Vitality and YCAR Faculty Associate.
This is the second of two events in the Languages other than English and the Anglophone academic world series, presented by the Centre for Research on Language and Culture Contact, Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies and the York Centre for Asian Research.