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See the [http://languagemuseum.org/calendar.htm Events page] for the Museum's schedule of talks on the languages of the current exhibit.
 
See the [http://languagemuseum.org/calendar.htm Events page] for the Museum's schedule of talks on the languages of the current exhibit.
  
November: Lost in Translation (Chinese Poetry)
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Saturday November 8 ; 2 - 4 pm ''' Lost In Translation: Collaborative Translation of Chinese Poetry'''
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Liang Huichun, University of Maryland & Steven Schroeder, Shenzhen University and the University of Chicago
  
December: Holiday Reception
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'December 7; ''' Annual NML Holiday reception''' 1- 4 pm in the Exhibit Hall. Come and meet fellow members and others interested in language.
  
January: Yiddish
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Sunday January 25; 2 – 4 pm '''Discourses in Dying Languages: My Story With Yiddish'''
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Miriam Isaacs, Meyerhoff Center for Jewish Studies, University of Maryland
  
February: Persian Poetry & Calligraphy
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Sunday February 22;  2 – 4 pm Topic:''' Persian Poetry and Calligraphy'''
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Ahmad Karimi-Hakkak, Director of The Roshan Cultural Heritage Institute of Persian Studies.

Revision as of 06:30, 21 October 2008

See the Events page for the Museum's schedule of talks on the languages of the current exhibit.

Saturday November 8 ; 2 - 4 pm Lost In Translation: Collaborative Translation of Chinese Poetry Liang Huichun, University of Maryland & Steven Schroeder, Shenzhen University and the University of Chicago

'December 7; Annual NML Holiday reception 1- 4 pm in the Exhibit Hall. Come and meet fellow members and others interested in language.

Sunday January 25; 2 – 4 pm Discourses in Dying Languages: My Story With Yiddish Miriam Isaacs, Meyerhoff Center for Jewish Studies, University of Maryland

Sunday February 22; 2 – 4 pm Topic: Persian Poetry and Calligraphy Ahmad Karimi-Hakkak, Director of The Roshan Cultural Heritage Institute of Persian Studies.