The 3-part webinar series on heritage speakers and learners of Russian led by distinguished scholars and by language instructors experienced in teaching heritage students (or instead of "distinguished and experienced", just simply state the names?). Each part will focus on some aspect of heritage language linguistics and pedagogy. The second and third webinars will be building on the information covered in the previous sessions. You can register for only for one webinar, but we strongly recommend registering for all three parts of the series.
February 17, Friday, 5-6:30pm ESTHeritage Speakers of Russian: a Linguistic Portrait
by Maria Polinsky (University of Maryland)
February 28, Tuesday, 4-5:30pm EST
Heritage Language Curricular Development for Russian Heritage Speakers: Foundations and Rationale by Olga Kagan (UCLA)
by Irina Dubinina (Brandeis University) and Alla Smyslova (Columbia University)