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Native American Culture – Language: the Key to Everything | Ron (Muqsahkwat) Corn, Jr. | TEDxOshkosh

Native American Culture – Language: the Key to Everything | Ron (Muqsahkwat) Corn, Jr. | TEDxOshkosh

Translator: Craig Burnett Reviewer: Cissy Yun My fellow Menominee, all my relations and everyone who is present here. Thank you, I say to all of you for gathering here. Now I will speak a little… I am from the land Read more…


The surprising pattern behind color names around the world

The surprising pattern behind color names around the world

If I showed you this paint chip and asked you to tell me what color it is, what would you say? How about this one? And this one? You probably said blue, purple, and brown — but if your native Read more…


Intercultural Communication reviewed by Tomás

Hello everyone and welcome to our very own university bookclub. Today, devoted to the subject Intercultural Communication and its Applications to Translation. Today, as I say, from Monteporreiro in Pontevedra this beautiful park and promenade from which I’m speaking and Read more…


Rare audio of indigenous languages saved by invention 100 years later – Science Nation

Rare audio of indigenous languages saved by invention 100 years later – Science Nation

This is the voice of Ishi, a California Native American – the last known speaker of the Yahi language. It was recorded over a hundred years ago on a wax cylinder, one of thousands archived here at the University of Read more…


The global language of photography | Jimmy Nelson | TEDxCannes

The global language of photography | Jimmy Nelson | TEDxCannes

Translator: Elisabeth Buffard Reviewer: Ms Buffard’s students Good afternoon everybody. It’s fantastic to be here, the sun shining, I’ve just come down from Amsterdam where it tends to rain most of the day, so it’s a fantastic beginning. To begin Read more…