This series of LSA webinars considers how linguistics instructors can give a more central role in their courses to scholarship from and about members of historically underrepresented groups and design them to be inclusive of diverse student backgrounds and experiences. They consider the entire linguistics curriculum, including subfields where concerns about representation and inclusion have not generally been in focus, and are being organized by representatives of a number of LSA committees, including Karen Adams, Emma Asonye, Claire Bowern, David Bowie, Lynn Burley, Catherine Davies, Kristin Denham​​, Jeff Good, Mary Hudgens Henderson, Argyro Katsika, Sonja Launspach, Wesley Leonard, Anne Lobeck, Miranda McCarvel, Nathan Sanders, Lynn Santelmann, and Teresa Satterfield. Ideas for additional webinars in this series are welcome. Please contact Jeff Good ([email protected]) if you would like to suggest a specific webinar topic or if you have any questions about this series.

Expanded access to these webinars is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1924593. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this webinar are those of the presenters and authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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Past webinars

Centering Linguistic Diversity and Justice in Course Design (August 14, 2020)

Creating More Just and Inclusive Learning Experiences (August 20, 2020)

This IS Linguistics: Scope, Positionality, and Graduate Apprenticeship when Diversifying Linguistics Curriculum (September 11, 2020)

Upcoming webinars