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AI won’t replace teachers anytime soon, but it can be used for language learning and teaching, explains Rob Reynolds.
Maria Firmina dos Reis becomes the focus of Brazilian research trip led by Jordan Jones.
Professor Jim Law studies the evolution of French using Bible translations.
Miriam Whiting finds that discourse in media has cultural and historical significance.
Double the celebration: Maren and Sonja Mecham bond through their shared graduate experience.
BYU speeches and forums now available in Japanese and Spanish—with more languages to come!
The Beatniqueo combines Hispanic and Portuguese music and poetry in a beloved public humanities event.
The linguistics professor and his team receive $20,000 in discretionary funds for research on sustainability.
French senator Stéphane Demilly visits BYU to meet with the students who are translating his book from French to English.
Spanish MA student Marissa Luquette’s academic career gets a kick start from her innovative paper on gender in a Spanish sci-fi novel.
The award recognizes Baker and his coauthors’ research on job-loss narratives and moving on after being laid off.
Want to learn how to pound papyrus and assemble a printing press? Join Jamie Horrocks’ book history class!