Current and former students at Simon Fraser University tell us where to eat, drink, and pet cats in Vancouver.
CASCA Local Organizing Committee members Pamela Stern and Jaime Yard on what to do in Vancouver this November.
Ecuador’s Indigenous languages are varied and contested. What can poetry and curing chants tell us about the experience of language change and the people working to reclaim them?
In Yakutsk, hip hop can be poetic, nostalgic, and even subversive. What can this inventive genre say about language relocalization and maintenance?
What a froggy mystery in Papua New Guinea can teach us about the pleasure and power of language diversity.
What did the first peoples of native North America think when they encountered strange Europeans for the first time?
A documentary film shows the challenges faced by Soli children as they learn in a language that is not their own. But does the future have to be in English?
The United Nations’ International Year of Indigenous Languages is likely to reproduce the colonial logics that underlie dominant narratives of language disappearance and loss. It doesn’t have to be that way.
The Japanese state had tried and is still trying to depoliticize the Ainu community’s movements with a perfunctory recognition of a valorized Ainu culture to pacify them.
Battle rap is a black space not only because black people are a quantitative majority, but also because they are qualitatively central to the creation and functioning of blackness in this world.