Monolingual fieldwork in and beyond the classroom

Hannah Sarvasy

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    Abstract

    Betty Mack Twarog, the biologist who discovered serotonin in 1951 as a Harvard graduate student of John Welsh, later wrote: “To have worked with Professor John Henry Walsh is to have been apprenticed to a Prince of Serendip, on a journey of scientific exploration. In science, ‘fortuitous’ discovery depends heavily on the traveler’s choice of itinerary. Professor Welsh designed wonderful itineraries for his students and encouraged enthusiasm, eclectic interests, and openmindedness. Many of us have enjoyed the excitement of discovery because of his guidance” (Twarog 1988: 21).
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages471-484
    Publication statusPublished - 2015
    Event51st Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society, CLS 2015 - Chicago, United States
    Duration: 1 Jan 2015 → …

    Conference

    Conference51st Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society, CLS 2015
    Period1/01/15 → …

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