[PAST EVENT] Dept. of Modern Languages & Literatures Bellini Colloquium
"Perspectives on the Linguistic Sign: Sound Symbolism in English and Arabic"
Also streamed on Zoom
John Eisele is the author of the book Arabic Verbs in Time: Tense and Aspect in Cairene Arabic and of numerous essays published in Language, JAOS, al Arabiyyah, and Perspectives on Arabic Linguistics. A past recipient of Fulbright and NEH fellowships, his current research focuses on two areas: the representation of Arabs and the Middle East in the Hollywood tradition and the representation of the Arabic language as a cultural icon and as a linguistic object. His third area of expertise, Arabic language pedagogy, has recently been recognized by the award of a Department of Education International Research and Studies grant to support the development of a series of textbooks for the teaching of Arabic in all of its varieties . He teaches courses on Arabic language, literature in translation, and Arab film as an introduction to the Arab world.
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