Register now to attend Dawn Wink's noon March 30 lecture
SFCC Library presents “Exploring Stories at the Intersection of Languages and Landscape Through Wildness, Beauty, and Imagination” by Dawn Wink, Ph.D. at noon March 30.
SFCC Director of Teacher Education Dawn Wink
SFCC Director of Teacher Education Dawn Wink, Ph.D., is an author who has extensively researched her presentation topic and will share her gained insights. Her specific areas of interest include Ecolinguistics, Linguistic Human Rights and Multilingual education. The author often presents on Education, Creative Writing, and the Southwest.
“Exploring Stories at the Intersection of Languages and Landscape Through Wildness, Beauty, and Imagination” – A presentation by Dawn Wink, Ph.D. How can exploring stories of language and landscape through engaging wildness, beauty, and imagination contribute to ecolinguistic justice? This presentation explores the intertwined relationship between language and landscape, the power of narrative, and how we might move forward in honoring all languages, voices, and the land.
When: Noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 30.
“Sunrise and Raven” by Dawn Wink
Online. Pre-registration required. Register at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Wink2022
Cost: Free. Participants must register to receive Zoom link, which will be sent the morning of the event.
Bios/Additional Facts: Please read more about Dawn Wink, Ph.D. here and at this link on her blog: https://dawnwink.wordpress.com/about/.