BLC Lecture Series, Spring 2020

“Machine Translation is a lot like Booze”: Language Instructors’ Beliefs about Machine Translation

Emily Hellmich, Assistant Professor, French and Second Language Acquisition/Teaching, University of Arizona
Kimberly Vinall, Professor, Spanish, De Anza College
Friday, February 7, 3-5 pm


Crossing Institutional Borders: A Collaborative Study in Pragmatics Between University Students and a Settlement Organization

Julie Kerekes, Associate Professor, Language and Literacies Education, Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, University of Toronto
Friday, March 13 3-5 pm


On Butterflies, Onions, and Surfers: How Language Teaching Can Save the World

Glenn Levine, Professor, German, UC Irvine
Friday, April 10, 3-5 pm


BLC Fellows Forum – Instructional Development Research Projects

Jhonni Carr – Lecturer, Spanish & Portuguese
Jason Vivrette – Lecturer, Near Eastern Studies
Emily Linares  – GSR, French
Friday, May 1, 3-5 pm


All lectures held in B-4 Dwinelle Hall

The BLC Lecture Series is sponsored by the College of Letters & Science
Berkeley Language Center * B-40 Dwinelle Hall #2640 http://blc.berkeley.edu * (510) 877-4002 x11

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