Tag: linguistic anthroplogy

Speak American

Summerson Carr , August 16th, 2019

October 16, 2017, begins as a normal day at your New Jersey high school. You are chatting with friends in Spanish, the second most-spoken language in the United…

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Wrestling with “The Donald”

Adam Hodges , September 5th, 2017

Nothing better epitomizes the content-free showmanship of President Trump’s governing style than the White House Rose Garden ceremony he held in May after the House passed their version…

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A Bully in the Presidential Bully Pulpit

Adam Hodges , August 10th, 2017

In her book, The Bully Pulpit, historian Doris Kearns Goodwin examines Theodore Roosevelt’s leadership during his time as president. In successfully working to enact progressive reforms, Goodwin argue…

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The Myth of the Apolitical Judge

Adam Hodges , May 1st, 2017

How Language Ideologies Underlie the Judicial Confirmation Process One thing Neil Gorsuch has in common with many previous Supreme Court nominees is his insistence that he is an…

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