Vol. 37 No. 3 (2022)
By Shonna Trinch, Barbara Cassidy, Bianca Suazo, Jadeline Mallol Nunez
We explore the use of linguistic varieties other than standard American (and academic) English in academia and in general, and particularly in a college theater program called Seeing Rape. Seeing Rape aspires to bring anthropology to a broader public to eradicate sexualized violence on campus. We discuss the possibilities and challenges encountered in trying to center different languages and dialects at the college through our program.
MSI; HSI; (non)standard English; rape; code-switching