It is critical that we reflect right now in our country’s life on the role and power of language and words on the behavior and beliefs of individuals and groups.
How much seasonal music have you heard, and how many season’s greetings have come your way? We’ll finish the year linking language and music!
This week’s guest, Charlotte Peyton, was born in the Netherlands; her multilingual and multicultural experiences inform her outlook and career in powerful ways.
This week’s guest, Eavan Mages, was born in Galway, Ireland, and has tapped her rich cultural and language history for her career and family life.
It’s About Language guests Eavan Mages and Charlotte Peyton share their stories and insights on language and culture heritage, diversity, and world-wide connections.
Watch my keynote at the GlobalCRED international conference on game-changing language truths for students and educators.
Identity: It comes from language, and we add to it as we use and study languages. I share insights and links to powerful podcasts – and invite you to listen also to one on which I was a guest, speaking about the power of language.
This week’s guest, John De Mado, is known world wide for his joyful insights into and respect for the enigma of human language.
It’s About Language guest John De Mado invites us to a joyful experience and exploration of the enigma of language and identity.
It’s About Language guest Sharla Zwirek takes us on a personal and publishing journey to understanding ourselves and others through language and culture.
This week’s guest on It’s About Language is Sharla Zwirek, who provides an insight into how we approach learning about the language and culture of others – and ourselves.
This week’s guest on It’s About Language is Amanda Seewald, who has us reflect on language and our connection or disconnection to family history and the human family..
It’s About Language guest Amanda Seewald speaks intimately of her journey of discovery that, for all of us, language is the DNA of our identity.