“People of Faith, Voices of Tradition: German Heritage Languages Among Christians and Jews”
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Join us for exciting lectures and evening programs
This symposium will bring together an international group of researchers with Amish, Mennonite, Hutterite, and Haredi community members to explore sociolinguistic aspects of the social-spiritual identities of these faith groups.
- On Thursday evening, March 30, the symposium will open with a panel discussion of community members moderated by MKI Director Mark Louden, followed by a reception. (University Club)
- Friday morning and afternoon and Saturday morning will feature 45-minute presentations by the invited speakers. (Pyle Center)
- On Friday evening, we will have a reading of literary works in the four languages that evoke the themes of the symposium. English translations will be projected onto a screen for the benefit of the attendees. (Pyle Center)
For a detailed program, abstracts, cosponsors, and additional information click here.