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Michal Temkin Martinez Presents on Language Research

Michal Temkin Martinez, associate professor of linguistics in the English department, was an invited speaker at the Language Research with Diaspora Communities symposium that took place during this summer’s Linguistic Institute at the University of California, Davis.

Temkin Martinez’s talk, titled “It Takes Many Villages: A Social Justice Model for Language Research with Resettled Refugees in the Diaspora,” focused on the ways through which linguistics faculty at Boise State University engage in responsive and responsible practices in language research, working within institutional and city-wide support networks to best serve the newest members of our community while also training our undergraduate students in global citizenship, ethical research practices and linguistic methodology.