Did you get that tone right? Over half the world’s languages are tonal – are you prepared?
Only offered every other year, students will learn basic behavior of tone in the world’s languages, practice on hearing tone and examining it with Speech Analyzer, organizing and managing tone data, linguistic theory for how to analyze tone, tone in orthographies, and a written project […]
October 18-19, 2017, Activity Center International Linguistics Center The Abraham Center at Dallas International will host its biennial conference, Abraham 2017, October 18-19 at the International Linguistics Center (Activity Center) immediately following the Bible Translation conference. The Abraham 2017 conference provides you an opportunity to hear presentations on topics related to Scripture use in Abrahamic contexts. We invite […]
Dessert Social Fund Raiser for the Tozer Scholarship Fund, Thursday January 26, 2017, 6:30-8:00 (program starts at 7:00) at the ILC Event Center. Open to the public.
Worship Leader Magazine, with a readership of over 80,000, has announced the newly designed International Council of Ethnodoxologists (ICE) website as one of the Best of 2016 Editor’s Picks! We congratulate our CEWA partner on this award. Explore the website (or view this detailed overview): Click a region of the map on the home page […]
The International Council of Ethnodoxologists (ICE), one of the partners of the Center for Excellence in World Arts, has collaborated a second time with the International Orality Network to produce a volume of the Orality Journal dedicated to equipping people to engage local arts in oral contexts. Journal contributors hail from five continents. Representation from […]
Announcement: The Eighth Annual DFW mini-conference will be hosted by Dallas International on Friday, 21 October 2016, in the Activity Center on the Dallas International Campus. It is a full day’s event, featuring talks and posters by students and faculty members from the four participating schools (Dallas International, UNT, UTA, and TAMUC) in any linguistic […]
The Spring picnic was a hit! Check out the video below for pictures from the event. The Dallas International Student Body Association holds a campus-wide picnic twice a year. It’s a great time for students to take a break from homework and relax with friends, faculty and staff.
The head of Dallas International’s Applied Anthropology Department, Steve Walter, traveled to Thailand in June to present on his work on Mother Tongue Education in East Timor. Abstract: The new country of East Timor has a small population, but its people speak 20 different local languages and 3 “foreign” languages – Bahasa Indonesia, Portuguese, and English. […]
Dallas International Academic Forum Thursday, May 26, 12:20-1:15, “Brown Bag Lunch” Mahler 7 Dallas International Megacourse Literacy Students “The Karen/Karenni Project in Dallas: Drawing Connections to English through Mother-Tongue Literacy” In an experimental program to help illiterate Burmese refugees in the Dallas area learn to read English, the Megacourse students developed a Roman script orthography […]
The International Council of Ethnodoxologists (ICE), one of the partners of the Center for Excellence in World Arts, has collaborated with the International Orality Network in producing a volume of the Orality Journal focused exclusively on the use of ethnoarts in oral contexts. Contributions from the Dallas International community include articles by Wendy Atkins (student), […]