Photos from Changing Course: Teaching African Languages at UW-Madison in the 21st Century

Image of John Mugane leading a workshop for faculty and students.Wisconsin faculty, students, and alumni participated in “Changing Course,” symposium on October 12, 2012, jointly hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison African Studies Program, the Department of African Languages and Literature, and the Language Institute.

Organizers were pleased to welcome experts from around the country, including John Mugane, Professor of the Practice of African Languages and Director of the African Language Program, Harvard University; Wisconsin alumna Katrina Daly Thompson PhD’03, Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics, University of California, Los Angeles; and Elizabeth B. Bernhardt, Professor of German Studies and John Roberts Hale Director of the Stanford Language Center, Stanford University, to discuss and explore innovative methods to teach African languages at UW-Madison.

See photos from the symposium.

Changing Course program