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Orlyn Joyce Esquivel presents at multiple conferences

PhD student Orlyn Joyce Esquivel presented several papers in the summer and fall of 2023. She presented her paper “Philippines’ linguistic landscape: Perceptions on ethnolinguistic vitality, identity and power” at the Michicagoan Conference in Linguistic Anthropology at the University of Chicago on May 12th.

She presented her paper “Using SIL’s Bloom in revitalizing Indigenous languages” at the Annual Symposium on Language Research at the University of California, Davis, on May 26th.

She presented her paper “The language of kinship in the Philippines” at the 2023 Annual Conference of the Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States at the University of Toledo in July, and her paper “Exploring language use among second-generation Ilokano Americans in Hawaii” at RUEG23: Linguistic Variability in Heritage Language Research at Humboldt University of Berlin in September.

Congratulations, Orlyn!

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