The Science and Art of Language and Communication
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- Why I Don’t Want to Be the Next Amy Tan
- On Amy Tan and STEM Careers
- Relocating Maternal Subjectivity: Storytelling and Mother-Daughter Voices in Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club
- Sign Language as a Mother Tongue
- My Mothers’s Tongues
- HAKA: Black Ferns Bring It to USA in the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 Semi-final
- Lingua Franca: Sweet Freak
- An American Dialect Dictionary is Dying Out. Here Are Some of Its Best Words.
- Do Women Get to Write With Authority?
- We Talk About Women Being Raped, Not Men Raping Women
- I Don’t Know What to Do with Good White People
- In ‘Political Correctness’ Debate, Most Americans Think Too Many People Are Easily Offended
- Political Correctness: Debate over Whether It Has Gone Too Far Rages at Universities from Cambridge to Yale
- Loving AI: Humanoid Robots as Agents of Human Consciousness Expansion
- The Future of Human Communication: How Artificial Intelligence Will Transform the Way We Communicate
- UW Professor: The Information War is Real and We’re Losing It
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