Tag: future of language
The Future of LanguageMarch 2016
A Guernica special issue.
Teach Me to Be MeMarch 2016
Future of Language: We wanted to make Kenya our literary base from which to engage with the world.
Deep SoundsMarch 2016
Future of Language: The biologist and whale expert on cetacean diversity, listening to whales, and the possibility of culture in nature.
Distant BrainsMarch 2016
Future of Language: Scientists are experimenting with ways for people to communicate using only their minds. But at what cost?
Living in a Briefcase HouseMarch 2016
Future of Language: The architect discusses the language of aesthetics and telling a story through a body of work.
What Makes Alaska AlaskaMarch 2016
Future of Language: The Native language activists discuss cultural incubation, intergenerational learning, and the role of legislation.
Thick of TongueMarch 2016
Future of Language: So what exactly is this “black sound” I am insisting exists?
The Footsteps of Dance PoetryMarch 2016
Future of Language: Our human identity has been described as atoms dancing, a living poem, a moving message…
Future of Language: WIFE!—who would not tolerate this complaint of his, who no longer indulged his talking, who could not even bear to look at him.
Snow SignsMarch 2016
Future of Language: Your given signs and pairs: mouth, kisses, red-pink, drink-apple, hurry-go. You have no tenses, only momentum into what’s before you.
Straight to the jawline bloody IgorMarch 2016
Future of Language: Trumpets skyward, you know about it, side eye, you know how goes silence in the rock-n-roll
Twentieth-First CenturyMarch 2016
Future of Language: I vote with my feet. I vote with my wallet. / I vote in person with my vote.
Elisa Gabbert: Can Ideas Withstand Shifts in Language?March 2016
Future of Language: Considering the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis for translation, emoji, and pop culture.