Purdue Languages and Cultures Conference

The Purdue Languages and Cultures Conference is a collaboration between the School of Languages and Culture, the Purdue Linguistics Association, and the Program of Second Language Studies, which promotes scholarship in the fields of linguistics, literature and applied linguistics. The conference brings students and faculty together with other experts, fostering collaboration and inspiring critical analysis and understanding of pressing issues in the field of linguistics and literature. The Conference provides undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral researchers the opportunity to share their research.

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Photo above from the Purdue Languages and Cultures Conference in 2016.



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