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daveskiDavid Malinowski
I’m a student in the Graduate School of Education at Berkeley. I’ve studied Spanish, Japanese, and Korean, and taught English for a while before returning to grad school. I’m interested in media, technology, theories of space and place…and conducting informal observations of linguistic culture at Berkeley cafes.

Usree Bhattacharya
I’m a 3rd Year PhD student in LLSC in the Graduate School of Education (GSE) at UC Berkeley. I am a Graduate Student Instructor in the GSE as well as a Graduate Student Researcher at the Institute for the Study of Social Change.

Youki Terada
I’m in the LLSC program at the UC Berkeley GSE. Like most people who study language(s), even the most mundane, banal events can result in linguistic curiosity, which makes it difficult to preemptively state what our interests are (without falling into some sort of tautological trap — “yes, I’m interested in stuff that is interesting”). Officially, though, my interests include language socialization, sociocultural theory, narrative theory, and media and technology. I’m also interested in internet culture and online gaming culture.

FITzy (aka “Ditty”)
The dog-in-translation. bjäbb-bjäbb!


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