Are you in North America? Do you know about the Native American history of the places you live, work, or call home? This website can help. The maps here (and their links) can help you learn about Native territories, treaties, and languages.
RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — “Say the name Joshua Van Alstine in Saudi Arabia and the likely response is a blank stare.
But mention his Web-born persona, Abu Muteb, and chances are good that you will get a knowing nod or a wry smile for the baby-faced American military brat. He slings Saudiaccented Arabic, wears traditional Arabian robes, mixes comedy and commentary, and may be one of the Arab world’s most improbable celebrities.”
Ana Menéndez writes about teaching creative writing in contexts where many of the students are multilingual, and the language of instruction is often not their first language. How is language linked to identity and culture?