Language, Media and Cultural Identity: A View From Quebec
Presentation by Natalie Debray, University of Washington
Thursday, November 15, 2pm
Native American Student and Community Center 110 | 710 SW Jackson Street
Protecting the French language and maintaining a distinct identity have been key concerns in Quebec society. The mass media play a key role in this endeavor. This talk will provide an overview of the language and identity issues in Quebec as well as discuss the role of the media in reinforcing and maintaining Quebec’s French past.
This event is free and open to the public. It is part of the Event Series "The Faces of Quebec. Two Days of Music and Lectures ."
Presented by the the French Section of the Department of World Languages. This event is made possible by a grant from the Government of Québec through the Québec Delegation in Los Angeles. Co-sponsored by Canadian Studies and the Portland Center for Public Humanities at Portland State University.
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