Salomone Speaks at Princeton Seminar on Global Migration

On November 29th Professor Rosemary Salomone spoke at Princeton University at a special session on Migration, Language, and Justice as part of the Mellon Sawyer Seminar on Global Migration: The Humanities and Social Sciences in Dialogue.

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Rosemary Salomone

Her talk, “Language Rights and Migrant Education in a World Dominated by English,” focused on South Africa, India, and the Netherlands as three distinct migration settings where English increasingly influences education laws and policies that, together with the resulting legal conflicts, ignore the right of migrant students to a “meaningful” education.

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