Literature / linguistic

Linguistics - Computer Science - Apr 17
With every text message sent, every email, every item purchased online, consumers blindly rely on the process of encryption, the scrambling of data that protects it from unwanted eyes. But encryption is hard to get right.
Business - Linguistics - Apr 1

It's everyone's dream that one day, someone will come knocking on your door to tell you that you're sitting on a gold mine. Due to remarkable improvements in hydraulic fracturing technology for shale resources, hundreds of thousands of U.S. households have had this experience over the last decade and a half.

Linguistics - Mar 26
Linguistics

A rare, original royal charter from the first year of King John's reign has been discovered in Durham by a medieval historian from the University of Bristol.

Linguistics - Mar 12
Linguistics

Malika Imhotep grew up in West Atlanta, rooted in a community that she calls an "Afrocentric bubble,” in a family of artisans, entrepreneurs and community organizers.

Linguistics - Music - Mar 11

Asst. Prof. Rachel DeWoskin has visited Shanghai every summer for nearly a decade, walking along streets that more than 18,000 Jewish refugees once called home. Spanning roughly a square mile, those blocks were where they established schools and businesses, rebuilding their lives in one of the few cities that accepted World War II refugees without visas.

Linguistics - Music - Mar 26

Asst. Prof. Eve Ewing talks about Ironheart and teen supergenius Riri Williams - From poetry to non-fiction to plays and podcasts, Asst. Prof. Eve Ewing's work spans genres, decades and neighborhoods-but most of it is anchored in the city of Chicago, usually the South Side.

Linguistics - Mar 14
Linguistics

Diet-induced changes in the human bite resulted in new sounds such as "f" in languages all over the world, a study by an international team led by researchers at the University of Zurich has shown.

Linguistics - Mar 11
Linguistics

Malika Imhotep grew up in West Atlanta, rooted in a community that she calls an "Afrocentric bubble,” in a family of artisans, entrepreneurs and community organizers.

Linguistics - Careers - Feb 25

During his 41-year career at the University of Chicago, Prof. Emeritus Eric P. Hamp became one of the world's foremost scholars of Indo-European linguistics.

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Linguistics/Literature - 22.04
Associate Lecturer in English University of Sydney
Linguistics/Literature - 22.04
Lecturer in English University of Sydney
Linguistics/Literature - 30.03
UniversitätsassistentIn – Postdoc (Slawische Sprachwissenschaft) Universität Innsbruck
Linguistics/Literature - 18.12.2017
Post-doctoral research fellowships in Arabic historiography University of Ghent
Linguistics/Literature - 15.04
Professur für Germanistische Linguistik mit Schwerpunkt Grammatik und Lexikon Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Linguistics/Literature - 15.04
Departmental Lecturer in French Literature 1580-1800 University of Oxford
Linguistics/Literature - 11.04
Research Fellow - 81088 University of Birmingham
Linguistics/Literature - 06.02
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Arabic or Visiting Assistant Professor of Arabic University of Maryland
Linguistics/Literature - 28.11.2018
Assistant Professor of English, African American Studies Saint Louis University
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