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Immigration & Migration, Language
When Oswaldo Martín immigrated to East Oakland, California, nineteen years ago, no one in his class or neighborhood spoke his language.
Here in Baile an Fheirtéaraigh (Ballyferriter Village), the language is not some abstract entity, but embedded in the world around us.
Language, Traditional Knowledge
What common patterns can an ethnomusicologist and an astrophysicist find in their respective work? More than you might think.
A multi-voiced conversation about our complex society is happening right in front of our ears.
Environment, Language, Social Justice
What’s in a name? It’s an important part of our identity, our existence, connecting us to our cultural and social realms.
Cultural Sustainability, Language, Music
Beginning on International Mother Language Day, the Smithsonian’s Mother Tongue Film Festival will take place in Washington, D.C., February 21 to 25
Art & Design, Cultural Transmission, Language
You would never know from his bashful laugh, but Shide Nyima is one of the most recognizable faces on Tibetan television.