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About livelongday

Associate Professor of German Studies, Director of Graduate Studies Co-Editor of Critical Multilingualism Studies | cms.arizona.edu Co-Investigator, Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law, and the State (2014–2017)

New Article in Tilburg Law Review

Is there A Right to Untranslatability?: Asylum, Evidence and the Listening State | Link to article co-authored with Sarah Craig, Senior Lecturer in Public Law, University of Glasgow This article focuses on Refugee Status Determination (rsd) procedures, in order to understand the relationships … Continue reading

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Visiting Arizona State University

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Palliative Care Conversations: Clinical and Applied Linguistic Perspectives

de Gruyter 2018, series Language and Social Life, co-authored with Robert Gramling MD, DSc (University of Vermont). Pre-order here.   An excerpt from the first page of the book: “Palliative Care Conversations arose from the interactional work of hundreds of people … Continue reading

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#Transcollaborate

I travel to Prato, Italy, this week to talk with colleagues from the #Transcollaborate working group about the ins and outs of collaborative translating in 2017. My talk description is below. Seven Stadia Long: On the Disorderly Social Sojourn of … Continue reading

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Steganographic Cover art

My book The Invention of Monolingualism has been out for a few months now, and I’ve enjoyed seeing it in the hands of friends, strangers, colleagues, teachers, and researchers. One particular aspect of the process I’ve been pleased about is the … Continue reading

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Fisch out of Water — à la carte!

The German Studies Department and the Deutscher Studenten Club celebrated the sixth year of Fisch out of Water on October 27, at Cafe Passé. With performances and readings in Spanish, Turkish, German, Hebrew, and French, around fifty members of the Tucson … Continue reading

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New essay on Pina Bausch

A new essay, entitled “Seven Types of Multilingualism, or Wim Wenders Enfilms Pina Bausch” appeared in Lisa Patti and Tijana Mamula’s wonderful new collection The Multilingual Screen, published by Bloomsbury. Dance is a notoriously difficult topic to write about because, even more … Continue reading

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