Author Archives: Maria Khodorkovsky

  • Languages and the First World War

    Posted on March 10, 2017 by Maria Khodorkovsky in Blog.

    Guest post by┬áJulian Walker, Co-Director of the Languages and the First World War project. The Languages and the First World War project grew from the book Trench Talk, by the military historian Peter Doyle and the linguistics writer Julian Walker, published in 2012. This study of the growth in technical, official and slang vocabulary during […]

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  • Engage, Interact, Inspire: Interview with Ann Friedman

    Posted on March 7, 2017 by Maria Khodorkovsky in Blog.

    There’s a new museum in town, and we can’t wait to see what Planet Word will have to offer. The immersive language experience is slated to open in Washington, D.C. in 2019 and is already picking up buzz in the community. We caught up with Planet Word Founder and CEO Ann Friedman to learn more. […]

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