The Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship

Kimberly Emmons

emmons_k4 Understanding the historical development of English from its Germanic roots to its global future(s) provides students with the opportunity to explore research questions that will affect the way they communicate and comprehend the language that surrounds them. This project includes the development of a series of course modules that capitalize on print and online resources for the study of the English language. These modules will increase student engagement with a variety of historical texts and foster an awareness of linguistic diversity.

  • Freedman Fellows 2011 Announced
  • Freedman Fellows Program 2011
  • Freedman Center Fellow Program 2010
  • Freedman Fellows 2009 Announced

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