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teaching & scholarly resources

Hands-on Training: Digital Tools in Remote Language Instruction

This presentation provides a variety of digital tools for synchronous and asynchronous teaching in the online/remote language classroom. Each digital tool is linked to a Google Doc with concise instructions.

How to cite:

APA: Gutiérrez Topete, E. & Licata, G. (2020, Aug. 18). Hands-on Training: Digital Tools in the Remote Language Classroom. [Presentation slides]. Slides

MLA: Gutiérrez Topete, Ernesto & Licata, Gabriellas. Hands-on Training: Digital Tools in the Remote Language Classroom. 18 Aug. 2020. Virtual Presentation. Slides

G. Licata Guest Lecture Lx 5.pptx

This is an approximately 1.5 hour lecture for an Intro to Ling course on standard language ideologies and some raciolinguistics.

How to cite:

APA: Licata, G. (2021, Nov. 10). Standard Language Ideologies and Institutions. [Presentation slides].

MLA: Licata, Gabriella. Standard Language Ideologies and Institutions. [Presentation slides]. 10 Nov. 2021. Virtual Presentation.

LSA 2021 Pre_for sites

This presentation chronicles the [linguistic] discrimination of three prominent European language academies towards women and nonbinary communities. (Presented with Ben Papadopoulos at the 95th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America [LSA])

How to cite:

APA: Licata, G. & Papadopoulos, B. (2021, Jan. 9). Refuting language academies' rejections of nonbinary grammatical gender [Conference session]. 95th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Held virtually.

MLA: Licata, Gabriella, and Ben Papadopoulos. "Refuting Language Academies' Rejections of Nonbinary Grammatical Gender." 95th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, 9 Jan. 2021, Held virtually. Conference Presentation.

SLA 2022_Licata.pptx

This presentation uses a discourse-historical approach to reveal how the elevation of standardized Italian and disparagement Italo-Romance varieties (IRLs), or dialetti (e.g., Sicilian, Piemontese) during Italian Unification/Fascism, resulting in present-day deficit perspectives of Regional Italians (RIs) in Italian sociolinguistic research.

How to cite:

APA: Licata, G. (2022, April 8). Unsettling the Deficit Perspective in Italian Sociolinguistic Research: A Discourse-Historical Approach [Conference session]. Society of Linguistic Anthropology 2022.

MLA: Licata, Gabriella. "Unsettling the Deficit Perspective in Italian Sociolinguistic Research: A Discourse-Historical Approach." Society of Linguistic Anthropology 2022. Conference Presentation.

NONBINARY RESOURCES FOR LANGUAGE EXPRESSION/IDENTITY

Dr. Amanda Minervini and undergraduate researchers have proposed a system for nonbinary expression in Italian. Learn the details of this proposal here: Beyond Gender Binaries in Italian Language

TO CITE: Minervini, Amanda. "Beyond Gender Binaries in the Italian Language: A Proposal" August 2021, https://amandaminervini.weebly.com/educational-materials.html

Ben Papadopoulos and undergraduate researchers are working on documenting a multitude of resources on nonbinary expression in Spanish and Mandarin (more coming). Find this important information www.genderinlanguage.com.

TO CITE: Papadopoulos, B., Bedin, C., Duarte, J., Duran, J., Fliege, C., Tang, C., & Yi, I. (2021). Gender in Language Project. www.genderinlanguage.com


Licata BLC Presentation.pptx

This presentation is a summary of a course I designed entitled, "Intro to Raciolinguistics: Theory into Practice" and accompanying materials (see last slide page for link to Google folder). This course is specific to United States Spanish environments, but materials can be adapted to suit new contexts.

How to cite:

APA: Licata, G. SPAN 179 Intro to Raciolinguistics: Theory into Practice. University of California, Berkeley. Summer 2022.