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Today, bilingualism is revered. We put it at the top of resumes after we’ve proven to a PhD or a computerized exam that we can read, converse, and sometimes even write in the language we’ve been taught to subvert. It becomes cool and trendy to drop the occasional Spanish slang into English conversation “Pero like for what?” Or the casual flex of a...
As the leader of both the California State University Transportation Consortium (CSUTC) and the Mineta Consortium for Transportation Mobility (MCTM), the Mineta Transportation Institute (MTI) of San Jose State University (SJSU) is dedicated to fostering the next generation of transportation professionals and skilled workers. To engage Bay Area high...
The argument that literature is a foundational construct for today’s rape culture extends far beyond the first feminist wave; however, recent commentary examines the changing role of contemporary fiction’s participation in rape culture with the hope that a closer examination of contemporary works will lend itself to a better understanding of the gr...
Erdrich's Love Medicine has been both celebrated as innovative and discredited as a novel due to its multi-perspective form. However, as a short story cycle, Love Medicine and LaRose fit the genre requirement of self-standing or independent pieces compiled to tell a larger story. Both of Erdrich's novels use first and third person point of view, bu...