Sociolinguistics Lunch: Xochitl Marsilli-Vargas

Friday, March 3, 2023

2:00 pm — 3:30 pm

Hybrid (see description for details)

Open to the Public

The Reverberating of Words: Resonance and the Constitution of Genres of Listening

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Xochitl Marsilli-Vargas (Emory University) will present the talk The reverberating of words: Resonance and the constitution of genres of listening

This is a hybrid event. Participants can choose to attend in person in room 7209 or online via Zoom. In person attendance is highly encouraged.

Sociolinguistics Lunches are a series of talks on sociolinguistics and anthropological linguistics given by students, faculty, and visiting scholars usually from local institutions. The format includes ample time for discussion and is an excellent venue for presenting on-going research or research in preparation for publication. All are welcome.


CUNY attendees must show proof of vaccination by presenting a valid CUNY Access Pass through the CLEARED4 health validation platform upon entry. Non-CUNY visitors will need to show proof of ID by presenting a valid government-issued photo document. See the full Building Entry Policy for more information.


For more information or to suggest a speaker, please contact:

Cecelia Cutler

Executive Officer and Professor, Linguistics; Professor, Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures

Michael Newman

Associate Professor, Linguistics

Miki Makihara

Professor, Anthropology; Professor, Linguistics; Professor, Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures