2022 Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) Conference

Cultures and Languages in a Changing World

hosted by the Central New York CLAC Working Group
Online
December 2-3, 2022

CLAC is a curricular framework that provides opportunities to develop and apply language and intercultural competence within all academic disciplines through the use of multilingual resources and the inclusion of multiple cultural perspectives.

The COVID-19 pandemic forever transformed how we think about education, access, and the tools we have at our disposal. We also live in a world of profound social changes, armed conflicts, and geopolitical alignments. What is the role of Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum (CLAC) in this changing world? To recognize and address these issues and simultaneously celebrate more than 30 years of the CLAC movement, we will host a conference with the theme “Cultures and Languages in a Changing World.” The conference seeks to encourage reflections on how CLAC is responding to our current times, taking stock of CLAC’s history, and asking what the movement will look like in the coming years.

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The Conference Organizing Committee is composed by individuals from nine institutional members of the CLAC Consortium.

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CNY CLAC Working group

The Central New York CLAC Working Group brings together program coordinators, instructors, and others interested in CLAC at Colgate University, Cornell University, Skidmore College, and Syracuse University.

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