SARI Annual Public Lecture 2018 – Professor G.N. Devy – Memory, language and aphasia: the future of human speech

Dates & times

Thu 15 November 2018, 9.30am–11am

Location

Lecture Theatre 1, Hedley Bull Building 130, ANU

Image: Professor G.N. Devy keynote speaker

 

In this annual public lecture, Prof. G.N. Devy, head of the People’s Linguistic Survey of India, examines what linguistic diversity — and its loss — can tell us about pressing and widespread concerns for minority rights in India and beyond. This address serves as the keynote speech for the India Update, “Voices of Difference: Minority Positions in a Majoritarian World.”

Registration is available at https://sari.anu.edu.au/events/india-update-2018-voices-of-difference-minority-positions-in-a-majoritarian-world/

 

Contact

Yanhong Ouyang
yanhong.ouyang@anu.edu.au

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