Blog Posts

How my Mother Lured Me into Multilingualism April 2, 2019

Helping Others Become Bilingual February 5, 2019

What Does It Mean to be a Multilingual Archeologist? December 11, 2018

Passing for a Native Speaker, Part 2 October 15, 2018

Are There Any Female Polyglots? December 19, 2017

Is Poetry Translatable? October 24, 2017

What You Didn't Know About François Grosjean August 29, 2017

Do Musicians Make Better Language Learners? July 5, 2017

You are Never Too Old to Learn a New Language May 10, 2017

Misunderstanding in the Multilingual Workplace April 12, 2017

A Multivocal Self February 15, 2017

Love in a Second Language December 21, 2016

How Bilinguals Deal with Moral Dilemmas October 26, 2016

Foreign Language Learning Is Like Dating: It Spurs Anxiety August 31, 2016

Second Language Speakers and Police Interviews July 5, 2016

Poetry in a Second Language May 4, 2016

Living in Parts, Dreaming of Wholeness March 22, 2016

Inside the Bilingual Brain February 10, 2016

The Secrets of a Successful Language Learner December 29, 2015

Do Bilingual Infants Have Better Memory? November 17, 2015

Bilingual Minds, Bilingual Bodies October 7, 2015

Language Learning in a Multilingual Country August 26, 2015

The Dark Side of the Recent Polyglot Hype July 15, 2015

What languages do bilinguals count in? April 21, 2015.

What does it mean to think in a second language? March 10, 2015.

Learning languages in the classroom and "in the wild" January 16, 2015.

Passing for a native speaker: Spies and their linguistic skills December 17, 2014.

Bilingual cognitive advantage: Where do we stand? November 12, 2014.

Poetry and the language of the heart: Affective processing in bilingual speakers October 8, 2014.

Bilingual memory: The three autobiographies of Vladimir Nabokov September 3, 2014.

A linguist’s foray into the real world: Why Dias Kadyrbayev was highly unlikely to understand his Miranda rights. June 12th, 2014.

Sapir, Whorf, and the hypothesis that wasn’t. December 16th, 2013.