Category: General

Lecturer Writing Group

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The Center is planning to host a writing bootcamp during fall break of 2018!  This will be an opportunity for any and all lecturers that are interested to convene for a week here and collectively struggle and motivate each other to work on a book chapter, article draft, or manuscript revisions, or even just some […]

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New Language Teaching Credential for graduate students

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The Princeton Center for Language Study, in partnership with the McGraw Center for Teaching & Learning, is proud to unveil a new program for graduate student AI’s: the Language Teaching Credential.  Graduate students in any of our affiliated departments that employ AI’s (French & Italian, German, Slavic Languages & Literatures, and Spanish & Portuguese) are […]

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Faber and Holgado-Lage present empirical research

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Last Monday, PCLS had its second set of talks for the academic year, featuring Andie Faber and Anais Holgado-Lage.  Andie and Anais, both lecturers in the Spanish Language Program, discussed independent research projects they conducted using support from the Center’s funding competition last year.  Both of them used their awarded money to build on work […]

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Na’ama Pat-El (UT Austin) to visit Princeton

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Na’ama Pat-El is Associate Professor of Semitic Languages and Chair of the Middle Eastern Studies Department at the University of Texas in Austin. An expert in comparative Semitics, Dr. Pat-El will present three talks on topics relating to the Semitic verbal system, Hebrew and Aramaic, and Colloquial Arabic and Proto-Arabic. As part of the Program […]

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