Very soon after that, I noticed a pair of black and white running shoes on the grass beneath a tree and behind the communal dustbin.
I repented my clumsiness immediately as I swept up the glass, and a good deal else besides.
My first translation theory lecture—back when no one was quite sure whether buses had been invented, let alone whether Pa actually did fall off one of them—dealt with the arbitrariness of sign as a central property of natural language (if indeed, one considers natural language as a system of signs). One of its chief proponents was […]
We were conference-bound, and high-speed conversation bounced back and forth for almost the entire duration until we reached our destination.
For reasons beyond me, I did not apply the “do it now” directive to publishing the handout version of a presentation given in June 2016 on Collaboration Essentials. Here it is now. Please click on the image below to download the PDF– and remember to respect copyright: ©2016-2018 Allison Wright