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Linguistics professor travels the world to understand language learning

Anna Joaquin has published several books and articles about the process of learning languages, and has taught English as a Second Language at various institutions of higher education including UCLA, USC, and Los Angeles City College. Anne Christensen /Contributor.

Nicole Frost

December 5, 2014

CSUN linguistics professor Anna Joaquin is applying the science of language learning to a primarily adult audience from a unique perspective. She has taught English as a Second Language and English as a Foreign Language in many different settings including Southern California, Kazakhstan, East Timor,...

Linguists discuss the steady extinction of world languages

Alexandra Riggle

February 1, 2012

More than half of the world’s languages are spoken by 2 percent of the population, according to a presentation given by linguists Gregory D.S. Anderson and K. David Harrison Tuesday night in a packed room at the Oviatt Library. The two have traveled the world, from Siberia to Bolivia to Pap...

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