A Public Lecture
On October 28th by
Livingston Student Center (Piscataway)
(Reception to follow)
Salikoko Mufwene is the Frank J. McLoraine Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of Linguistics, Professor in the Committee for Evolutionary Biology, and Professor in the Committee on the Conception and Historical Studies of Science at the University of Chicago, and Professor at Collegium de Lyon in France. A world-renowned scholar on pidgins and creoles, Mufwene has published very widely. His recent publications include The Ecology of Language Evolution (2001) and Language Evolution: Contact, Competition and Change (2008).
Co-sponsored with Office of International Programs, Department of Linguistics, Department of French and the Center for African Studies.