Professor Emeritus of Slavic and Semiotic Studies, Brown University. Adjunct Professor, Society of Senior Scholars, Columbia University.
Born in Yokahoma in 1939, Michael Shapiro grew up speaking three languages (Russian, Japanese and English). His majoy publications have been philosophy, general linguistics and Slavic languages and literatures. His three appearances illustrates several key facets of his thoughts.
Tuesday, May 5
Monroe 205 at 2 p.m.
Style as a Cognitive Category
Wednesday, May 6
JFK Library main lobby at Noon
Retracing the Arc of a Half-Century of Scholarship and Teaching in the Humanities
Open Forum, Fifty years of the life of a working scholar
Thursday, May 7
Spokane Club, Crystal Room at 3 p.m.
Reconceiving Linguistics in the Light of Pragmaticism: Language Analysis as Hermeneutic
A program for reorienting linguistics in the twenty-first century
phone: 509.359.6200 (campus operator)
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