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International Scholars Academic Party

The College of Information, International Graduate Students Research Organization

Invites you to our first ever International Scholars Academic Party

Come join us for conversation and presentations to build potential on Global Interdisciplinary Research

This purpose of the International Scholars Academic Party is to promote the interdisciplinary cooperation and increase global research awareness. A major goal is to build research networks between international scholars and UNT students.

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

8:30 am – Noon

Life in the round: Investing intersection between digital world and ethnic minorities in Yunan, China

IS Research Meetings: Dr. Ming Zhu and Dr. Yunfei Du: Life in the round: Investing intersection between digital world and ethnic minorities in Yunan, China

Bring your lunch and participate in an intellectual conversation with your fellow researchers.

You may also join these meetings remotely. Please email your interest, prior to each meeting to xiaoyuzhang@my.unt.edu.

Language Endangerment and Political Instability

This NSF-funded conference on language endangerment and political instability uses overlapping methodology, data, and case studies from Linguistics and Political Science to investigate how government policies, war and other forms of conflict, forced migration, and displacement due to territorial disputes create intersecting causes and consequences of political instability and language endangerment.

Visit website at Linguistics and Politics for more info

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