This CLIC presentation is a collaboration between members of the class “Language and Politics,” and is meant as a pedagogical meditation on the way in which we are collaboratively learning to talk and write about politics across the faculty, graduate and undergraduate levels while engaging the present political moment. All of us, professors and students, are political actors and we are committed to engaging each other’s perspectives through the analysis of political interactions around us. We will present how we as a class are approaching learning about language and politics through class discussion and data workshopping, posting on twitter, media engagement, transcription, and analysis. We welcome discussion and ideas from our audience.
*Research produced in collaboration with Tyanna Slobe, Hailey Cavanaugh, Cheryl Lee, Stephanie Lopez, Faatimah Mahadi, and Alexander Ward.