About

I study several languages, including Arabic, Hebrew, Japanese, Spanish and can understand some German and am pursuing a degree (or degrees) in international relations and languages.

8 responses to “About

  1. I hope you’ll find my forthcoming book, Babel No More, worth reading. It’s about a search for the answer to the question, how many languages can humans learn? Along the way, I meet and discuss many different sorts of language learners in various parts of the world. I also take up some of the issues you blog about here. The book will be published in January of 2012 by Free Press/Simon & Schuster; there’s a website at http://www.babelnomore.com.

  2. Peter Floyd

    Thank you for taking the time to compile these resources for those of us who fight for the study of foreign languages and cultures. Excellent resource.
    Peter Floyd
    Chair, North Carolina Summit on Foreign Languages and Cultures

  3. I just found this site – are you including American Sign Language (ASL)? They’re suffering cuts too.

  4. In the wake of a deficit, Clarion University of Pennsylvania is completely eliminating French and German. There is an online petition in favor of keeping them and music education:

    http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/demand-clarion-university.fb29?source=s.fb&r_by=8592484

    Please show your support and sign.

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