Mackenzie House 2012 (photo © by James Marsh).
William Lyon Mackenzie’s house on Bond Street in downtown Toronto.
I’m pleased to be working on a chapter for the Routledge Handbook on Language and Superdiversity.
This is a writing project which connects to an academic interest in Applied Linguistics and multilingualism, something that predates my PhD. 201 more words
The primary purpose of the present study was to investigate whether stuttering frequency differs between two languages in Kannada-English bilingual adults who stutter. The second purpose was to compare the relationship between grammatical class (content-function word dichotomy) and stuttering frequency in two languages. 181 more words
Historians and linguists of the world: you should be reading Amitav Ghosh’s Ibis Trilogy – Sea of Poppies, River of Smoke, and the recently released Flood of Fire. 1,120 more words
It’s easy to see the physical gaps in bilingual education when we observe how much content, receptively and expressively, is developed in our second language. Current studies have shown, however, that as far as the brain goes, bilingualism is actually strengthening our brain. 25 more words