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  • Bisgaard-Church, Elliana; Phillips, Jacob (Swarthmore College, 2011-08-12)
    This week on War News Radio, “Recovering From War.” We first take a look at the looting of the Iraqi Museum of Modern Art during the fall of Baghdad and the efforts it has taken to restore the art. Then, we hear about the ...
  • Weber, Anna; Sheth, Amber (Swarthmore College, 2015-11-06)
    This week on War News Radio, A Reflection on Home. Reporter Amber Sheth discusses her visit to Cuba, where she traced her family's past and came to a new understanding of the country's present. Take a listen.
  • Abbass, Samia; Abromowitz, Madeleine (Swarthmore College, 2009-10-16)
    This week on War News Radio, we hear about the frustrations of a US soldier in Iraq during his service in the early days of the war. Madeleine Abromowitz reports. Then, we talk to a photojournalist about her experiences ...
  • Gilbride, Karla (2002)
    The prosodic features of infant -directed speech are described, and several accounts of potential facilitative effects of such distinct prosodic features for the infant's socioemotional and/or linguistic development are ...
  • Akers, Crystal (2001)
    In this paper I will discuss the two most prominent analyses of free relatives clauses, limiting the discussion primarily to object relative clauses. I will first provide the general structure of each analysis in section ...
  • Hirshman, Sam; Lee, Amandine (Swarthmore College, 2011-09-09)
    This week on War News Radio, "Remembering 9/11." We first hear from young adults about their memories from the day and reflections since the event. Then, we hear from more students about their opinions regarding the ...
  • Batten, Caroline; Wittenberg, Chloe (Swarthmore College, 2014-05-31)
    This week on War News Radio, “Remembrance.” April 7, 2014 marked the 20th anniversary of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. For this month’s show, we examine numerous perspectives on the Rwandan genocide two decades after it first ...
  • Giacomucci, Amy (2016)
    Deaf children, and especially deaf children of hearing parents, are at great disadvantage when it comes to language learning. This becomes even more salient when it is looked at in terms of more poetic language, which ...
  • Wittenberg, Chloe; Nolan, Jared (Swarthmore College, 2011-12-02)
    This week on War News Radio: Resisting Change, we first hear about the implications of the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq. Then we learn about the Lord’s Resistance Army, a militia terrorizing central Africa. But first, a roundup ...
  • Blumenfeld, Henrike (2001)
    Sections 1.0 and 2.0 will introduce the ba-construction and the German prefix construction respectively, and characteristics central to their resultative readings will be focused on. Tools to look at aspect from Smith ...
  • Lewis, Sean-Michael (2001)
  • Smith, Collin; DiPierro, Amy (Swarthmore College, 2011-12-16)
    This Week on War News Radio: Returning Home. First, we learn about an American service member who fled to Canada, and choices he faces now that the war in Iraq has ended. Then, we hear about the implications of a recent ...
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    Kim, Rosanna; Hayakawa, Sachie (Swarthmore College, 2009-09-11)
    This week on War News Radio, we take a closer look at the man who still hopes he may be Afghanistan’s next president: current runner-up Dr. Abdullah Abdullah. Listen now to this report from Rosanna Kim, Sachie Hayakawa, ...
  • McCormick, Katie (2013)
    Recently, the loss of indigenous languages worldwide has accelerated due to increased globalization and cross-cultural contact. North American indigenous languages have been especially vulnerable because native people ...
  • Flood, Anne Marie (2009)
    For a language with as rich and varied a vocabulary as Arabic, it seems inevitable that poetry would occupy a pace of high importance. From the pre-Islamic qasiidas, or epic poems (the most well known of which decorate ...
  • Jones, Susannah (2016)
    In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries the vernacular Middle French began to be used more extensively as a language of prestige over Latin, which had been overwhelmingly the scholarly lingua franca as well as the ...
  • Monari, Richard (2016)
    In Ilonggo (an Austronesian language spoken in the Philippines), the article aŋ is known to mark constituents with "emphasis". To accommodate this quality of "emphasis)), the literature on Ilonggo morphosyntax has ...

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